One being my Galley Style Kitchen.
Having moved from a Farm Size, open, eat~in Kitchen to Galley Style
has kept me awake many a night trying to come to terms with my limitations.
"Mr. Ed" helped bring me to terms with the size limitation
of our 1970's Galley Style Kitchen.
While I will say my design style
is somewhere between Transitional and Traditional,
Timeless Classic Traditional works best
within On Crooked Creek's Galley Style Kitchen.
So~o~o. . .
I chose to update the on~site builders cabinetry with new hardware.
Earlier in the updates,
"Mr. Ed" and I chose to spray paint the existing hardware black.
A Touch of Class has been added with the rimmed burnished brass exposure.
Several pieces of the hardware had to be ordered.
While I was patiently awaiting the missing pieces arrival,
"Mr. Ed" gave all the cabinetry a fresh coat of paint!
adding new hardware has given it A Touch of Class!
Until next time. . .