Showing posts with label sarah richardson for kravet. Show all posts
Showing posts with label sarah richardson for kravet. Show all posts

Thursday, November 7, 2013

One Room Challenge... The Reveal

Thank you again Linda, from Calling it Home for hosting this wonderful bi annual event and opening it up to other bloggers.

I have found all kinds of new people to follow and I am loving the inspiration! 
I need to finish visiting all of these bloggers projects but everyone's everything looks amazing!!!
(click on the above image to go see everyone else's work!)

Can't wait to check out all the other link ups today!
SO proud of everyone!!

We have a few touch up's here and there but I'm calling it.
For example the front edge of the countertops has to be special ordered and I just haven't made it over to the store to do so. 

I also need to grab the main white wall's piece of artwork. 
(I am picking it up today so I will update a picture once I pick it up and get it hung.)

The countertop installation proved to be easier than we expected and the plumbing/sink installation was pretty easy as well.
                               Before:                                                                   After:

The drapes do such a great job of softening the space 
and you can't go wrong with this fabric from Kravet.

Alot of you have asked about specifics of the palet wall. 
Casey purchased the boards at Lowe's and its called hobby board. 

I thought this print from Jones Design Company was precious displayed in here!
 And who can resist this adorable scalloped metal/mirror tissue holder from World's Away. 
It's so perfect!!
I found this tassle a few weeks back at a store on the Collierville square, I knew it was a fun element to add to the room and tie in my love for birds!

I'm not loving the burlap ribbon tie back, but it works for now until I make one out of the trellis fabric.

I am still looking for a runner of sorts for this room and I am not quite sure what we need... 
Maybe a medium sized pattern? 
Dash and Albert indooor/outdoor?

Of course I had to incorporate one of my favorite handtowels with a metallic monogram!

Notice the toothbrush holder on the right? That and the toilet paper holder need to be removed but that is a pretty decent patch job left on the wall so I will address that after the big birthday party this weekend.

And.. on a funny note. I LOVE the fresh look of a bead of caulk. I know.... Im a crazy. haha.

Wall Color: Downy by Sherwin Williams
Countertops: Alaskan White Marble
Cabinets: Sockeye by Sherwin Williams
Sink: Kraus
Bird Prints: Target
Trinket Dish: Potterybarn
Lamp: Potterybarn
Wall Sconce: Home goods
Coral: Potterybarn from years ago
Hand towel: Marshall's years ago
Knobs and pulls: Hobby Lobby
Brass Trash Can: Threshold for Target

Thursday, October 10, 2013

ORC: Week 2

It's week two already and we are making some slow and steady progress!
(click on image to head over to Calling it Home)

Okay... so have had a few days to plan our next move from here.

The first and most important thing was accomplished a few weeks ago when we moved in.
This nasty room was Scrubbed clean!

Next up was removing this light.

And installing this light from Pottery Barn

We chose a slightly different globe for the light for this space.

Next we updated the electrical outlet and the light switch.

Now that the room was clean I started to brain storm ideas. 
Are you all aware of the amazing new fabric collection Sara Richardson is doing for Kravet?
It's pure genius!!!!

Here is my inspiration photo for the cabinets.

Our paint color is Sockeye by Sherwin Williams

The home made chalk paint had great coverage over the graining in the oak cabinets. 
super digging this floral fabric.
The aforementioned fabric (panel in the background) 

The diamond fabric I went ahead and purchased and reupholstered a cornice I had used in our last home. 
I love how it turned out.
Now I just need to purchase the panel fabric. 

Completed so far:
*replaced electrical outlet
*replaced light switch
*installed new pottery barn light
*upholstered and hung cornice
*primed and painted cabinets

What we have left to do:
*cabinet hardware
*paneling treatment for the walls

Stay tuned for next week.
And come see what all the other projects progress looks like.