We would've preferred the totally invisible hinges - the kind that go inside the doors - but those wouldn't work for our cabinets. So we're glad to get hinges that at least don't screw into the fronts of the cabinet doors. Another bonus is that these hinges help the doors snap closed tightly. The way they're configured now, the doors require magnets to stay shut.
The only complication is the new hinges make the cabinet doors poke toward the middle more, so they'll overlap. Darwin is enlisting his dad's help - and table saw - to shave down all the doors. Goody, one more thing to slow down the process.
Darwin also bought all the wood trim for the cabinet faces. So we're all set to finish the job.
But this weekend - our prime working time - we're having overnight guests. We're glad to have them - always glad to show off our house - but I'm feeling impatient to get the cabinets finished. Guess I'll have to be a slave driver on the week nights next week, too.