|This is what my kitchen looked like when I did my Strawberry Sweet Roll post!|
|And another from that post.|
I chuckle when I think about our previous kitchens. Our first one in our apartment in Portland had a very hip 40's style look to it, but too bad the grim and gunk on the cabinets was probably that old as well. Then the first house we bought had a very spacious kitchen, but too bad it was the largest room in the house. Next was our house in Asheville- great space around the house but what were we thinking buying a house with a cabin style kitchen with pine cabinets? Then the townhouse in Lexington that had cabinets too small for our dishes. No doors shut! Flash forward a few years and we finally get to our current house in Lexington. Great space, smallish and cozy but cabinets that have been pulling off the wall with shelves that bow from the weight of our cups and draws that slide in sideways. Functioning but not fun. You would have thought that as much as I love cooking and kitchens, that by our third house, I would have found my dream kitchen. Not so much...until, hopefully...soon!