Whats for dinner?
That age old question, routinely pops into my head within the first 20 minutes of staring a new day. Typically somewhere between wash, rinse and repeat. (Personal confession: I dont repeat.)
After 13 years with the TLB (the Tall Leggy Blonde for those new to my Gonzo musings) weve settled into some set roles and responsibilities. Highlights of mine include mowing the lawn, sleeping in the wet spot and preparing the majority of our meals. I dont mind (the meals) as I enjoy the idea of cooking. What I didnt enjoy was being segregated into a small box like 1970s suck ass kitchen, with old appliances, no ambiance and an presumed history of many casserole / hamburger helper styled meal.
Suffocating. Boring. Small. That was my kitchen; not to be confused as a reference to my past sexual experiences.
Sure, there had always been grand plans. Tear down these walls, Mr. Boyardee! It was often just wishful thinking; ideas that pop into ones head while preparing the nights meal in the solitary confinement of our drab kitchen.
That has changed.
The walls are down. What was once ugly, cramped and dated, has been transformed into something amazing.
We owe Paul and Cathedral Construction a huge debt of gratitude for helping us achieve our perfect kitchen. We truly couldnt be happier with the final result. Paul was able to take our wants and make them a reality. From the custom cabinets, the subway tile, gas range and open concept, it was better than we could possibly image. I even have my own cherry wood bar (which I still require coasters for)!
Since the remodel, the quality and frequency of great meals has significantly increased. If you are looking for an honest, highly skilled contractor, contact Paul at Cathedral Construction.