I built this kitchen island for my mom's house. It is my second solo build. I couldn't have done it without my Kreg Jig and my Kreg Rip-Cut. You can see how I built it on my blog http://addicted2diy.com/2013/11/19/diy-kitchen-island/
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Looks great and sturdy, like the drawers and the top. Has a very nice color and vintage look. I'm sure your Mom loves it. Great job!
Very nice Katie. I love the distressed look. Would like to see additional photos of the drawers and cabinets to see how they were put together. Great job!
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