We started with the corner boards of the middle section. These corners are 22.5 degree corners, half of 45. The tablesaw was the most effective device for the mitered edge on these corners. The vertical boards will go the complete length of the house from prime to bottom on the corners only. The reason for this, is they’re sort of like columns that the corbels will be attached to later. Below are a few before footage of the kitchen island.
Once the profile was drawn out an measured I used the drill, desk noticed and multi-device to get it shaped just right. Once the bead board panels had been in place, it was time to put in the 1×4 boards to begin the board and batten installation.
I love the transformation of your kitchen, so heat & inviting. I would never have had the imaginative and prescient.
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