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Posted May 3, 2019 by pmcalary

kitchens

To Celebrate Mother’s Day we are rerunning one of my favorite blogs. We are also reducing our measure deposit to $100. Simply give the promo code MOM when scheduling your measure.

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Blog first posted January 1, 2018

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Kitchens are where many of our memories take place. Even the simplest kitchen will host some of our best times and the warmest memories of friends and family. Here is a story written by my mother who passed away this fall about the simplest of kitchens and the happiness that she remembered there.

Our fist apartment was a small, old but affordable, walk-up. Although it left much to be desired, as newlyweds, we were satisfied and even excited about moving in — except for the kitchen! It contained only one cabinet which was situated above the sink and its exposed pipes. We improvised by buying a large standing cabinet and sewing a floral fabric to elastic and wrapping it around the sink. The area under the sink could now be used as storage space for cleaning products, pots and pans, etc.

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When our first baby began toddling around, it became his favorite destination. He enjoyed crashing through the curtain, playing with the pots and pans and eating the soap powder. I could not wait to escape from this hazardous kitchen. Eventually we converted the space to a toy area where he sat playing with his cars, trucks and blocks. In fact, that’s where he said his first word, which was “car”.

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One night, my husband arrived home from work with a bottle of champagne and wonderful news. He had just received a big promotion and a very substantial salary increase. While eating dinner at our little kitchen table with the baby next to us in his high chair, we toasted to his new job and our new house.

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It is now more than 50 years later and I still remember that antiquated kitchen and the joy and happiness we experienced in it.

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Jean McAlary passed away in October, but the little boy under the sink still loves kitchens and is of course the founder of Main Line Kitchen Design.

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Hoping all our kitchens bring our customers the kind of joyful memories my mother’s 1960 kitchen brought her.

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And as Julia Child who passed 17 years ago said  …

Bon Appetit!

Paul

1 Comments

  1. Alison Bullock, May 6, 2019 at 6:13 pm:

    Loved this story! And I love my Main Line kitchen!

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