Sometimes I can’t make up my mind.
When this happens, I just call it a day, already,
after wich, I procrastinate like crazy.
This can’t be good, you think.
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But wait. There are these:
Yes, it’s true — I’ve finally jumped aboard the brass-is-back train!
I have big plans for these vintage beauties
in our Dutch colonial kitchen.
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But wait, you say.
Didn’t you already select red glass pulls in your kitchen?
Congratulations! You’ve been paying attention!
Here they are . . .
. . . already up + ’em on all the white cabs in our kitchen:
I love them!
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What will happen to those antique brass pulls?
Yes, we do have an oak kitchen island.
I chose it to complement all the natural woodwork in our Dutch colonial.
It looks good, alright, but aren’t there 4 drawers that need pulls?
Yes, they do, but which pulls?
I COULDN’T DECIDE!!
So. I dealt with this issue by putting it on the back burner, as one does.
Until maybe 4 days ago.
. . . when I had this light bulb moment:
Vintage brass + warm oak wood tones = perfect!
Sounds so easy, doesn’t it?
I was inspired by a new (to us) set of old wooden drawers from the flea market.
As is his way, poor G.O. did not immediately love this idea,
but he did agree to play along by holding a pull on its proposed drawer front.
Okay. Now I am going to need to add some additional antique brass into our home!
I’m thinking of over-the-sink light fixtures.