I shared some behind the scenes of my kitchen design on Instagram last week and I was OVERWHELMED with the love you guys showed. If you haven’t checked out the video, here’s a link to watch.
I got so many questions following the video about the different products and materials I sourced that I wanted to pull them together in a post. I’ve added as many product sources as I could below, unfortunately some items are just hard to come by.
I have a particular set of sconces that I found at an antique store and my potted trees on the island I’ve sourced from my local nursery. There are some items that you just have to spend time and love searching for to really tie together a space!
It’s hard to go wrong with a Farrow & Ball color. I used this off-white color throughout our main living spaces and it has brought in a necessary lightness and warmth.
I could absolutely rave about this color. It has a creaminess to it that beautifully contrasts the oak finish on our island cabinets. I also highly recommend inset cabinets as they elevate the look.
Another showpiece in our kitchen is the 10 ft island stone. The Vancouver Quartzite has gorgeous veining and pops of green that give a nice touch of color. I’m hoping to be able to use the same stone in a client bathroom remodel this year.
It’s difficult to decide on stain colors. I highly recommend this oak stain – it’s rich and warm, without much gray or red tones. Just like chocolate!
My secret weapon when it comes to tile. I’ve used this tile on probably too many projects to count, it’s that beautiful. The handmade tiles can vary slightly in color, size, and texture, and add an organic feel to any space.
Aren’t they lovely! I’ve got 5 kids so plenty of seating is a definite necessity. I love the durability of these counter stools.
Alright, this faucet may be a bit of a splurge. It’s British-made to achieve a vintage brass style look. I recently ordered this one to replace my existing faucet.
As I mentioned before, the sconces I hung in my kitchen are a vintage find and I can’t link to those specifically. However, I LOVE these sconces from Shoppe Amber Interiors and think they would look adorable in any kitchen.
Hardware is so important. I varied up different styles on my cabinets from a latch to a pull to a knob. I think it gives it more of a natural, authentically-aged look, and I love this hardware in particular because it patinas so well.
I get asked all the time where my plate and tea sets are from. These are the exact ones I have and I adore them! Perfect for displaying on an open shelf.
Well there you have it, the selections of my kitchen! I hope these inspire you in your own space. I plan to share more design details from my personal home this year, so make sure you’re following along with us on Instagram.