have I told you…I hate the cabinets in the kitchen?? looks like someone made them in jr high shop class
have I told you that I hate the flooring?? when they installed it (nice vinyl, but again, laid by a jr high student), when a crack appeared in the flooring, they would just add a room separator, thin metal strips
and the “diner”…this is what I call it, it’s a built in, (jr high school student made) breakfast nook…I have a love hate relationship with this thing…it has been a table that the kids can paint on, scratch up and generally try to ruin, many projects, coloring books and games played there. It even comes in handy when I have a BBQ, my grill is right outside the window, so I could just slide a tray of hotdogs and burgers right on to the table. but like I said…ugly and cant do much with (but I think I will miss it, so we are going to try to find some sort of bistro set that will feel like it belongs there.
absolutely everything is out-dated, so when buying anything that needs to be replaced (fridge, stove, sink, etc) we have to keep in times with the house. Dont want to have a thousand dollar stove that has a griddle burner, cast iron everything to put next to what I call…
the stump…wtf were they thinking?? let me see if I can describe the ‘stump’ and why I call it that. to get in the basement, you can go down the stairs in the house, or you can go through the Belko doors…well, when the genious installed these doors, I think they cut the hole in the house, added (nicely done) stairs, but forgot they needed head room….hence, the square no usable box looking stump in the kitchen. now, it does hold alot of plants and gives them lots of sunlight, but that’s prime real-estate.