And yes, that is what my cabinets and counter top looked like. But I take responsibility for the color. Just a test.
With a view like that, why would we even think of ordering opaque glass?
Here's the new Pella, ready and waiting for service
Because the new window is not as wide as the old one, a bit of framing on the side was required (it's because of the cows that we needed a smaller window. It will all make sense later. Trust me.)
The new window goes in . . .
A couple of pieces of plywood cover the new framing until drywall can be applied (oh no! not more dust!)
And the days of louvered windows letting dirt and dust into my kitchen are gone forever!And in case you're wondering about the kitten, she returned from her bath more beautiful than ever: