Do you see it? DO YOU?
Well, if you don’t, that’s okay. Because I will tell you. You couldn’t, in fact, stop me from telling you.
What you’re looking at is a project in progress. The top two drawer pulls are new, the bottom two are the old ones. Which were perfectly serviceable, but they were a little…florid. And in a kitchen full of stainless steel appliances, they kind of…didn’t match.
So I got out the drill and the measuring tape, I read some stuff on the Internet, and I replaced my drawer pulls. It was suprisingly easy–the hardest part was restraining myself from putting contact paper in the drawers. (I don’t like the paper I have. It’s a little…grandmotherish, if you know what I mean.) And now it looks mahvelous. (Well, the kids haven’t noticed, but who cares? I know.)
I know, it’s no Young House Love. (Though they did inspire me to look into chalkboard paint, ZOMG.) But it’s one small step, and now I feel incredibly Handyman-Ish and Useful and Adult and stuff.
*flexes a little*
Mirrored from Ragged Feathers.