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Progress – Artisan restoration project 2014

As I begin to build the cabinets and trim the interior of this house I thought that it would be a good time to update progress on one of the Artisan Builders projects of 2104.

Before and After:

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5 comments on “Progress – Artisan restoration project 2014

  1. Matt Rae
    April 8, 2014

    What an unbelievable transformation.

    • TOHNER JACKSON
      April 8, 2014

      Thanks Matt,
      I can’t say it’s been a whole lot of fun but then again it can’t all be fun. Or so I’ve been told.

  2. Monnaie Ernakulam
    June 16, 2014

    Nice architects design!

  3. Ryan
    June 29, 2014

    Wow, love seeing old things made new and useful but I can imagine there was a LOT of work involved.

    • TOHNER JACKSON
      June 29, 2014

      Thanks Ryan, and yes as you know it was a lot of work because first you must disassemble before you can reassemble which is adding a step to the normal building process. But if “we” don’t do it who will? Right?

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