Our kitchen is too small and poorly arranged.
In an effort to make it more livable until we can have a new one we’re simplifying the layout.
We’ve removed the tile-topped table and pushed the refrigerator into its space.
This allows us access to a wall that needs to be dry-walled.
But, a more urgent project is to reconnect the waterline to the ice maker in the refrigerator. (This is actually how we discovered the leak in the house’s drainage pipe described here.)
After turning off the water Charlie disconnected the copper tubing from the back of the refrigerator.
Then he carefully uncoiled the tubing and stretched it through the crawl space under the floor and up through a hole in the flooring near the refrigerator.
He reattached the tubing and we were back in the ice making business.
What small but complicated projects are you working on?