Still Fiddlin’ with my Kitchen

2 May

I guess we just can’t stop…

…as you know, when we built this new kitchen, we made sure that it was robust and able to withstand the wet and the rockin’/rollin’.  Thus, everything is solid white oak with teak trim — which implies ‘substantial’ — which THEN implies ‘heavy’!

Boyd attaching handles

So, we decided ‘to take no chances’ with those heavy drawers; we put some lovely handles on them so we aren’t relying on the little plastic buttons when we open them.

new handles

…I think I like them…

6 Responses to “Still Fiddlin’ with my Kitchen”

  1. Paul Kinghorne May 2, 2014 at 11:43 #

    When do you put to sea for trials?

  2. Rod Robinson May 2, 2014 at 17:37 #

    The kitchen looks fantastic. I like the teak finish, and the dark handles against the teak.

    • Mrs Bushranger May 2, 2014 at 19:03 #

      Thanks!. We kept going back and forth on the handles – should they be black, for could they be slightly off black…I like where we ended up!

  3. carolyn depodwin May 4, 2014 at 12:45 #

    andWelcome bckto the us and Congratulations on yoou successful shakedown cruise what a thrill. I guess that means you are commissiionedl. happy motorinng from a sailor Carolyn

    Sent from my iPad

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