My kitchen has gone through a slow makeover since we moved in two years ago. I painted the cabinets, painted the floor, added subway tile and removed the cabinet doors. To see what it looked like when we first moved in, click HERE.
I love the look of the open cabinets, and we liked the ease of grabbing a dish or glass without opening a cabinet door. However, the dust drove me crazy. And the dark gray I painted on the interior showed every speck of dust that ever landed on it. So, I put the doors back on – only this time with glass!
I LOVE the new look! It still gives the open look without the dust. I need to give a special thanks to my friends at Delaware Glass & Mirror in Muncie, Indiana for these amazing cabinet doors. (Delaware Glass & Mirror also helped me out with my Anthro-inspired IKEA dresser makeover. To see all the details, click HERE.)
No more dust on my dishes! And besides the seeded glass cabinet doors, I’m thrilled to have new hardware. A couple months ago, I was in a competition with several other bloggers to makeover an IKEA dresser. Thanks to your votes, I won third place and new Hickory Hardware for my kitchen!
These were my old knobs. I really didn’t hate them, but I didn’t love them either. I had SO much fun picking out hardware for my kitchen. I used Hickory Hardware in Lena’s bathroom makeover, and I used their beautiful gold bar handles. The only problem with them is that they need to be on cabinets that are perfectly straight. My kitchen cabinets have a lot of the “charm” that I love so much – which means the doors don’t all hang straight. Since the beautiful gold bar handles would draw attention to my crooked doors, I went a different route and selected three different pieces of hardware for my kitchen.
The knobs are Hickory Hardware’s 1-1/4 In. Tranquility Veneti Bronze with Light Almond Cabinet Knob. I put them on all my cabinet doors except for my three extra long ones.
The extra long doors received Hickory Hardware’s CASE PULL ASSY.
And all the drawers have Hickory Hardware’s Cup Pull.
A special thanks to Delaware Glass & Mirror and Hickory Hardware for making my kitchen a little more special!
*This post contains affiliate links and is a sponsored post through Delaware Glass & Mirror and Hickory Hardware. I received compensation in the form of product in exchange for my review. I take pride in reviewing only products that fit my brand and will be beneficial to my readers. And while this post is sponsored, all the opinions are my own.