I am questioning should you could run a black board, say skinny plywood and even foam core, across the within the cabinet legs, much like a wood toe kick. Not the way in which you need the cupboard to look ideally but would cover vacuum pipe. We actually wanted to maintain it the identical colour as the window trim in the adjacent eating area.
The dishwasher came with a template for measurement and he used half of″ plywood with these trim pieces and half of″ cove moldings to make it. I primed and painted it and I can’t consider we even waitedthislong to do this. You must measure your island, and calculate from these measurements.
I can completely see doing something similar. I think you were smart to live in the house for a while earlier than you do your dream kitchen. Thanks for letting us observe along. I might be content with that for a very long time! Crazy how you bought that carried out in such a short time. completely floored with what you’ve accomplished in such little time and with solely $1,000. We had an identical state of affairs in a basement powder room as you do with the black cabinet, a pipe we couldn’t move and was seen from front.
I absolutely love every element. Can’t consider how obsessed I was. Such an incredible end result and nice inspo for those of us who can’t afford a significant reno. You should be so proud of your onerous work and innovation. You’ve formally inspired me to do our part 1 as nicely.
Here is a shot of the island with all the molding in place. Here are a few progress pictures of how the board and batten is starting to look. After the corners had been on the island we stuffed within the other portions of the board and batten. Next we nailed on the horizontal boards on high and bottom, in-between the corners.