No, it's not. After weeks of waiting, the kitchen guy called, that he would send somebody to install the missing pieces, and deal with small things, like missing grout, missing cover for electrical outlet etc.
I was ready to do the happy dance, but didn't hold my breath that it would all finally be done.
Well, the guy came, and did some things, but there is still a cover for one drawer missing, the cabinet above the dish washer still has no shelves, and one cabinet door still has a scratch, and they didn't bring a replacement. So he lied to me, because now he tells me, he didn't even know the shelves were missing. I'm ready to explode, and I'm very disappointed with this company.
In any case, I took some pictures, because it's not going to be much more different, once it's finally done. We still have to paint the kitchen island we bought at IKEA's (still in the garage). We've got new blinds, very necessary!
I love the new kitchen, but I did not know, and was not told, that the cabinets would not be as deep as the old ones were. The kitchen sink is smaller too. I didn't think at the time to ask, because I thought we'd be getting the same size as we had. Too late now.
I LOVE the back splash glass tiles, and all my new electrical appliances, even though, we are waiting to get a new freezer door, because it came scratched and with a little dent in the door (been waiting for that for weeks too).
So here are some photos of the old kitchen:
We closed the door into the pink room. We never used it anyway.
And here is the new kitchen:
We opened up this opening to the dining room, which was formerly my office. We will not have a table or chairs in the kitchen itself. I like this setting very much. We never used the "dining room" which was part of the living room before, and had our meals in the kitchen most of the time.
The first thing I've cooked on my new cook top is -
- hard boiled eggs! :o)
And for those who wanted to know, I found a rug for under my spinning chair. The dogs love it and go there to chew on their bones. The spinning wheel is still in the basement living room, but once I'm putting it in its new place, the rug will be crowded.
Off I go, unpacking more boxes.