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RE: Perceived 'value' - KD's and others words of wisdom? (Follow-Up #7)

posted by: threegraces on 10.16.2013 at 03:33 pm in Kitchens Forum

We ended up using Waypoint (American Woodmark) because of our budget. We spent just under 12K for 7 drawer stack lowers (including a huge 36"), 1 super susan, 1 36" sink cab, 4 30" uppers, 3 36" tall cabs we set on the floor for bar-height, 2 full length 84" pantry cabinets, 1 over-fridge cab and 6 upper-uppers.

That also included beadboard for our island and thick 2-piece crown, scribe, etc. This was for painted full-overlay with soft close doors and self-close drawers on all. Someday I will post a reveal.

This post was edited by threegraces on Wed, Oct 16, 13 at 15:34

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RE: Okay, choose one (Follow-Up #14)

posted by: gnabonnand on 06.26.2006 at 07:20 pm in Antique Roses Forum

Carla, I am probably too late, but Clotilde Soupert drove me insane with it's balling, mildew, and thrip damage. It did have a very strong fragrance ... but it was a heavy, old lady fragrance that I didn't care for. I'll probably be banned from this website for saying that, but for me that was the case. I wish CS had smelled like Francis Dubreuil or like those roses that have a fruity fragrance. But I might have gotten rid of it anyway due to the mildew/balling.

A couple things that I loved about it was it's beautiful plant form and its resistance to blackspot.

Randy

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Clotilde Soupert drove me insane with it's balling, mildew, and thrip damage
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