I’ve been hired to install a kitchen comprised of Ikea cabinets, panels and parts.
The biggest challenge seems to be fastening the components in the Architect’s specified arrangement without penetrating any of the finished cabinet or panel faces. Continue reading Custom installing an Ikea kitchen
December 18th, 2007 I was working with some of my mySQL databases. I wasn’t thinking for the second when I deleted an entire website that I had not backed up. That website was a blog where I posted carpentry updates.
In lieu of rebuilding what’s lost there I decided to turn wooddance.com into a blog. The old site, pages and galleries are all on my computer and I will try and pay some attention when I find time to breath.
This new site will allow me to update in a more frequent and personal manner and to easier share photos of current work. I think it’s going to be worth the fresh start and loss of design.
Hahah! I LOVE doing tilework.
I am currently upgrading a bathroom here in New Canaan. I have completed the floor and shower tiling.
Here is a snapshot update:
Installing tiles is completely gratifying work for me. This shower came out flawless!
The 12″ Grecian grey Marble flooring is beautiful. …more pictures to come on WoodDance.com
I stopped in town for a Chai Latte on the way home from work Friday and snapped this picture of Elm street looking pretty as snow fell in the early evening.
With the holidays upon us, I decided to clear out my dining room and finish the room. I finally chose a color for the walls and completed the built-out trim. Continue reading my own dining room gets a facelift… and paint