A while back I posted on our renovated kitchen and our home tour.

I had several questions about the details and I answered many of the emails directly.

However, some of the information I did not have at my fingertips and it took me some time to gather and then find the time to get them all written down. When we did our renovations last year, I had not yet found the wonderful world of blogging so I did not keep records as well as I would have today.

But, today is the day and I am sorry for the delay.

I will share as many of the sources of the items as I have available.



Wall color is by Benjamin Moore, Flowering Herb #514.

The floors throughout the first floor are by Somerset, the Country Collection in Maple Toast in 5” boards.

The countertops are granite in Kashmire White

The sink is by Elkay (# ELUHFS2816) and it is a Stainless Steel Apron Front Single Bowl Sink. It is actually very cool because the cabinet front did not need to be cut, the sink slipped right over the front of the cabinet. I purchased it locally, but here is a link.

Faucet is by Danze – model # D401557 in Satin Black. Again, I purchased it locally, but here is a link.


Dishwasher is by Miele and is the Inspira Series G2142SC. Again, I purchased locally, but here is a link. I had mentioned previously that I had some complaints about my dishwasher. I have since had it serviced and have been using the Cascade packets and it works much better. Seems a little crazy that I need to use more expensive detergent in order to make an expensive dishwasher work, but I am trying not to dwell.

All of the cabinet hardware is from Spokane Hardware Supply through Hardwarehut.com. The series is Amerock in Weathered Nickel. I used a combination of this for the longer drawer pulls, this for the smaller drawer pull, this for the cabinet pulls, this for the backplate on the knobs on the hutch, and this for the refrigerator pulls.

The range is by Wolf, is 36” wide and is model # R366-LP. I purchased it locally and do not have a link that I know is a trustworthy company.

Range Hood is by Dacor and is model Epicure EH3612SCH.


The refrigerator is by Kitchen Aid Model KFC022EVBL. It is a panel front model. We did spray paint the sides to match the door fronts as they were black and very distracting.

Here is a link for the backsplash tile. I purchased it locally, not through this provider. It is a crackle finish white subway tile and the backsplash is squares on a diagonal. We also have a strip of the neoclassical pattern in the 2.5 x 5 inch tile.

The stools are from Ballard Designs and are the Le Mans in Aged Moss.

Lighting over the island is from lightinguniverse.com. It is by Hubbarton Forge.


The lighting over the table is from Potterybarn.com, but is no longer available.

The glass table on the sidewall is the Tanner Console table and bench from Potterybarn.com as well. However, I found mine at an estate sale.

The table was hand made by my father-in-law.

The dining chairs are Sheffield dining chairs from homedecorators.com.


Selected House Afters

The paint color in here is the same as the kitchen, Benjamin Moore, Flowering Herb #514.

The chair is from Ballard Designs, the Jameson Wing Chair and the fabric is the Callisto Stripe Brown.

Rug is from Homegoods, table is old, sofas are from a special value line from Lexington Furniture, TV Armoire is from Hooker Furniture a few years ago.



Wall color is Argos by Sherwin Williams

Are furniture is vintage found at different locations.

livLOGO FINAL FILES55Sofa is by Kincaid bought several years ago

Wallpaper is Thibault Cypress Shalimar in Brown. It is a little expensive, but in this case, I really did not use a because of the windows and bookcases.

The mirrors are from Ballard Designs, theBellesol Mirror.

There is no photo of the foyer here, but in other places, the color there is Sherwin Williams, 6102 Portobello.

So that is everything, I think!

If I missed something, please feel free to drop me a note and ask away!

This will now be linked to the original post and to the Home Tour tab above.

Thanks for reading and have a great day.

July 12, 2011 — Laura Putnam