Okay, I’ve been doing this awhile now. And quite often run into the situation below: Kitchen sink with a light over it and two switches next to the sink.
One switch operates the light, the other operates the garbage disposal. I’ve had builders and electricians alike both tell me that the switch closest to the sink operates the disposal.
No. Not even close. I don’t think my score is even close to 50/50 because I always try the switch farthest away but am usually startled by the garbage disposal going.
On the days I get it right I buy a lottery ticket.
So, if you’re an electrician and install this so that A is the light and B is the disposal, thank you.
If you do it the other way around, you’re an asshole.
When your Living Room has a view of the Courtyard…which has a view of the Family Room…which has a view of the backyard and hillside.
I’m not a big fan of Adirondack Chairs, but I really liked the way this seller had positioned them out front like this.
Kitchens are often the cleanest, neatest place in a shoot. Not always. And generally everything is neat and clean, but everyone seems to go the distance on their kitchen, probably because we all know that’s where we all wind up hanging out when entertaining.
I’ve never been one for wetting down the concrete — I always think it looks like some major plumbing issue has occurred — but sometimes Mother Nature insists….
Home front with wet concrete
Family room with back yard.