Friday, July 11, 2008

The Devil is in the Detail

What does that mean anyway?


According to the Random House Dictionary of Popular Proverbs and Sayings this phrase is a variation of "God is in the details - Whatever one does should be done thoroughly; details are important."


No one takes that phrase more literally than Vern. It's all about the detail work. Of course, details are important - it's what makes something special. It's what makes it stand out. It's also what makes it take forever.




Installing the appliance garage and corner glass door (you did notice the level in the picture, right?)



Installing the cabinet and crown molding over the sink

and then the cabinet doors and stained glass valance


We're not sure about this - just testing out some beadboard between the cabinets and the crown molding (we have beadboard in a couple of other areas too)


I really don't have an explanation for this




The devil is in the details. I just wish the devil would work a little faster.

3 Comments:

Kerry McKibbins said...

That last pic is great!

Elizabeth said...

Great pictures! Congrats on the renovation!

Cyndi said...

Wow, it's looking great. I wish some of Vern's DIY impulses would rub off on Ron.