I found this table at a local antique store and had my woodworker add onto the legs to lift it up to 36" high.
I had a paper towel holder that I brought from my house in Watertown that I had a woodworking friend make out of antique sewing machine drawer fronts. I screwed it to the end of the table to make a great place for my towel storage.
I had found the drawers fronts years ago and bought them because the pulls were cast iron shapes of bull dog heads, and I collect dog stuff. I had them for years and years before I got the idea to make them into a paper towel holder.
I found a wonderful old green candlewick light fixture from the 30's or 40's on ebay and figured out a way to work it into my lighting plan for the kitchen.
I wanted something different for my drawer pulls. Restoration Hardware had these pulls for sale, they don't sell them anymore, probably because I was the only one who bought them.
They have real pressed flowers underneath the glass of the pull and I love the way they work with the kitchen wallpaper.
OK, my neck is killing me, sitting at this computer, so I will finish up about my kitchen in my next post. See you around!!!!!