It’s amazing what some new kitchen hardware and seeded glass can do for a space!
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.)
I had seeded glass put in. I fell in love with our home because the exterior has a very timeless look. This glass keeps with that timeless charm I love.
No more dust on my dishes! And besides the seeded glass cabinet doors, I’m thrilled to have new hardware. A couple of months ago, I was in 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.
I love the interest they add to my kitchen.
A special thanks to Delaware Glass & Mirror and Hickory Hardware for making my kitchen a little more special with the new kitchen hardware & seeded glass.
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2 thoughts on “Kitchen Hardware & Seeded Glass”
Pretty! I have plain glass in my kitchen cabinets and would love to trade it out for seeded glass. It’s just more up to date looking.
I looked at your kitchen, and your “plain” glass cabinets are so pretty!