Thank you. You guys are the best.
Now... onward and upward. It wasn't exactly a "renovation" in the gut-renovation sense of the word, and we didn't end up replacing the counter top (though that may be in the post), but for the time being we're basking in the major improvements of revealing the pressed tin ceiling, painting the walls, trim, and cabinetry, and replacing the cabinet hardware. It looks completely awesome in here.
And with no further ado, I will now besiege you with photos of our newly transformed kitchen. Feel free to swing by for a cup of coffee if you'd like a closer look... I dare you.
*Repairing the damaged portions of the Pressed Tin Ceiling: The Standard Tinsmith (based out of Bushwick, Brooklyn!)
*Ceiling Paint: Benjamin Moore's Matte Decorator's White
*Kitchen Wall Color: Benjamin Moore's Eggshell Healing Aloe
*Kitchen Trim, Doors, & Upper Cabinets: BM Semi-Gloss Decorator's White
*Lower Cabinet Paint: Martha Stewart's Darkening Sky
*Cabinet Hardware: Gatehouse's Satin Nickel 6" Pulls purchased at Lowe's, approx. $5/per.