Home Improvement, eeka style

While searching for more information on mounting cabinets to weird nonstandard 116-year-old walls, I didn't find much other than contradictory advice and things that I already know didn't work with smaller and lighter items I've tried to affix to walls. However, I did find this primer on choosing and installing a cabinet, which might just be one of the most hilarious and awesomest things ever written. How does this person know how my home-improvement tasks play out?!


4 comments:

Charles said...

thank you for sharing, this is really interesting and useful.

Molly said...

I'll just be conveniently elsewhere for the next unspecified period of time. Send the cat with the all clear.

(The captcha is "slawfils" which sounds like some kind of bolt or anchor or something you'd say at which I'll nod and smile.)

Angelle Marshall said...

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RobinH said...

Great link, and I feel your pain on working with old houses...I well remember the joys of papering lumpy Victorian walls in the house I grew up in.

I found you via a link from someone else who liked your blog name (great name!) and am enjoying your posts. I appear to have not filled out my profile page *note to self, do something about that*, but I'm a middle-aged engineer in Nashua NH who spends more time playing with yarn and power tools than is strictly normal.