I’ve finally started the home tour on my channel. Our home tour starts with looking at the home decor we used throughout our home in our kitchen design, living room decor, pantry organization, dining room, home office, powder room, entryway, home bar, man cave, & entryway.
The first video includes looking at our kitchen design, pantry organization, dining room. I walk you through these areas and talk about the layout, design and some of the home decor.
The next video is moving through the entryway and into the living where I talk about the living room decor, etc. I then move into the home office, powder room and finally, the man cave. Join me on my kitchen tour and living room tour as I talk about the house we built 4 1/2 years ago and how we live here (for real…no staging going on here!).
Paint: Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter
Cabinets: Eudora Frameless
Island countertop: White Macaubas Quartzite
Perimeter countertop: Leathered Absolute Black Granite
Sink: Kohler Riverby Cast Iron
Faucet: Moen Woodmere in Stainless
Hardware on solid doors/drawers: Amerock Highland Ridge in polished nickel
Glass knobs and Bin Pulls in polished nickel: Van Dyke’s
Range & Dishwasher: Thermador
Refrigerator: Kitchenaid Pro
Refrigerator Drawers: Electrolux
Sharp Microwave Drawer
Flooring (entire first floor): carbonized hickory 7″” planks
Pendants: Currey & Company Regatta
Chandelier: Currey & Company Simplicity
Window ceiling lights: Hudson Valley
Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter
Benjamin Moore Chelsea Gray
Benjamin Moore Gray Wisp
-Benjamin Moore Knoxville Gray
Benjamin Moore Wythe Blue
Bar Stools: Pottery Barn
Dash and Albert Rug (entry)
Pottery Barn Bolton Light (entry)
Pottery Barn Calhoun Light (office)
Ballard Designs Rebecca Chair + Ottoman
Target Mercury Glass Floor Lamp
Lee Industries Sofa
Safaveih Rug (living)
Hi , I love your kitchen!!!!! What color of white did you use on the cabinents? I’m going to remodel my kitchen next week and can’t decide on a white paint for my cabinents. There are so many shades of white, HELP ?
Hi Tanya, I think it was Benjamin Moore Simply White? White is so individual to the space and the lighting. Good luck!