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raizelg wrote:Dec 18, 2013
  • tamhilliard
    Cork in the kitchen? Can I do that? Doesn't it absorb liquids? Amazing
    I would use cork everywhere but was scared of pouris surface
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    Even without the polyurethane finish cork is naturally hydrophobic -- but of course water would get into the seams if unfinished. We got tons of advice pro and con for using it in wet areas and finally decided we'd take the chance. I would recommend it only hesitatingly in wet areas though -- you must put it on a good flat subfloor, and commit to frequent refinishings (at most once every five years) since the seams rely on the finish.
rainey69 wrote:Jul 15, 2012
joeyfitz wrote:Jun 24, 2012
  • Dan Thrailkill
    Do yo have a design plan for this island?
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    Well, yes, but in an old file format I can't run anymore, and many of the details were worked out by hand in my wood shop. Best thing to do is find a designer and/or custom cabinetmaker to work out your particular dimensions and needs. Good luck!
Carrie Leader wrote:May 7, 2012
Dawn Vance wrote:May 30, 2013
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    Paperstone, Richlite, Shetka Stone, and Kliptech all make the stuff -- layers of heavy kraft paper in a bakelite-type binder. This one is by Richlite.
Trina GramsMaMa wrote:May 6, 2012

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    vanessa_brunner
    Vanessa Brunner added this to Kitchen of the Week: Historic Queen Anne RenovationMay 3, 2012

    The lower cabinetry was kept open to make accessing everyday items easy. The kitchen island is open to the dining room, but Gainer didn't want his guests to see a kitchen mess while eating, so he wired the kitchen lights and dining lights separately. At night, when the kitchen lights are off, the space feels completely separate. Countertop: Richlite; refrigerator: GE Profile; range: Viking; hood: Stack, Rangecraft

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    blossmarta added this to blossmarta's ideasJan 27, 2019

    swingaway kitchen bin and open pot trays

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