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Old 06-16-2014, 10:01 PM  
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Thanks. It was a fun project.


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looks great.


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Old 07-10-2014, 09:06 AM  
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I know it has been awhile but since I just received the new mantel yesterday, I wanted to post a pic of the completed job. Since the fireplace is adjacent to the kitchen, we decided to color match the mantel to the color of the kitchen cabinets. I've also posted a before and after photo of the kitchen makeover.
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Looks great!
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Nice job Havasu!
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looking good, how do you like the tile floor?
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I love the tile floor. It is really comfortable in bare feet, too!
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A really dumb question for all of you folks with a TV above fireplace....

Which one do you watch when they're both on??????
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Where I live, the fireplace is used maybe 5 hours a year. The TV on the other hand, is on maybe 5 hours a day!
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The romance of the fireplace likely last long enought to find the TV controller.


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