Hellooooooo! I didn’t mean to take last week off, but we went on vacation with my whole family, and with all of the swimming and visiting and bike riding and eating delicious food, I just didn’t get around to posting anything. It’s kind of nice to take an unplanned break sometimes!
A few weeks ago, I shared the first half of our kitchen tour on BHG’s Style Spotters blog (click HERE), and now the rest of the tour is live. You can see photos of the butcher block-topped island where we store cookbooks, a whole bunch of appliances, and more. The kitchen really is my favorite room in the whole house, and I couldn’t be more delighted with how all of the details came together. Click HERE to visit part 2 of the Dream House kitchen tour on Style Spotters.
8 thoughts on “Dream House Update: Kitchen Tour Part 2”
My stars your home is absolutely stunning! Also, feel free to take me with you on your next vacation, that sounds like it was a dream 🙂
You need to come see the house in person, my dear! Also, yes, the vacation was dreamy. Blogger camp?? xoxo
Melissa, your home is beautiful! I enjoy reading your blog. Where did you get the cute cupcake sign? Love it.
Hi Kathy! My mom got that for me, but I see similar signs all the time at boutique gift shops.
I love the floors in your kitchen! I clicked on the link provided, and it took me to amazon’s website that displayed a mosaic tile pattern that didn’t look like your beautiful floors. Any chance you could share that info again?
Hi Melissa! Sorry about that. I didn’t add any of those links to the articles on my kitchen; I think they might have been autofilled or something. Anyhow, here’s the link to the tile (Pietra Naturale 12×24″ tiles in Graphite): http://www.oregontileandmarble.com/products/natural-stone-look-tile-porcelain/pietra-naturale
Your kitchen is awesome! I love the wood shelving. Can you tell me where you purchased them? Thanks!
Hello Bonnie! All of the open wooden shelving is from a company called Barnwood Naturals in Salem, OR. It is a huge warehouse full of reclaimed wood, and you can go sort through the piles until you find what fits your project.