Friday, July 5, 2019

A Touch of Class. . .

Living in a 1970's Ranch Style House comes with numerous challenges.

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.



With an entirely new color palette in February 2015,
"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. . .
This Spring,
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!


Although my 1970's Galley Style Kitchen still holds its size limitation,
adding new hardware has given it A Touch of Class!







Until next time. . .

5 comments:

Patty said...

Pat, I love the new hardware & Ed painting the cabinets a fresh, bright white....it makes the s po ace look so much larger. Hreat job! AND your sidekick always right beside you, doing anything to help! I love you two! πŸ’–πŸ’–

Patty said...

Sorry for the typos...these touchy keys drive me nuttier than I already am! 😁

Shelia said...

Hi Sweetie Pooh Pat! I love your kitchen and how it's turned out. I know gallery kitchens aren't as big as we'd like but I know they are easy to work in. Love the pretty hardware and you know how I love a white kitchen. Hope all is well.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

bj said...

white cabinets are my favorite and love the hardware...i adore my galley kitchen!

FABBY'S LIVING said...


I love your kitchen and your new hardware sure gave your cabinet doors a touch of class and Mr. Ed in such a wonderful 'handyman' dear friend.
Thank you so much for your kind comment and sweet too on my struggle with blogging. I have made not a drastic decision which I explain on my last post plus a Summer table.
Big hugs,
Fabby