Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Cabinet Crown Trim & LED Wire

We are almost complete with the cabinet crown trim. I just need to fill in the pin nailer holes with some colored wax to blend into the prefinished surface.  Dealing with a prefinished surface didn't leave room for error since filling gaps or sanding away blemishes isn't much of an option. I made a little jig to help get the corners accurate. The jig holds the pieces together at the proper angle while the glue dries.

We just need to make some adjustments to the doors to even out the upper gaps.

We were getting used to using the kitchen being functional so a little chaos was in order.

I think we finally are ready to move forward on our back-splash installation project. I did a little under cabinet LED wiring prep. Originally we were going to have a valence that would span the gap over the sink. Since the valence didn't work out I needed another way to route signal and low voltage power cable to the free standing cabinet to the right of the sink.

I simply embedded the cabling in the drywall and fished it up into the cabinet. All this will eventually be covered in mortar and tile.

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