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I was so pumped to share our newly remodeled white kitchen with navy island and your positive feedback was SO overwhelmingly
I had a bunch of questions about where we got so many of the items in the kitchen, so I wanted to share all the sources with you!
I’m sourcing everything from the counters to the stools to the hardware below but if I miss something, please feel free to ask in the comments or email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
BOSCH APPLIANCES (c/o)
CABINETS & HARDWARE
Dover by Homecrest in Alpine – the line has soft-close cabinets and we went with the 5-piece maple wood. They’re super smooth and I love the simple shaker style.
Navy Island Cabinets
Our island cabinets are also Homecrest Dover but in their Cadet Blue color – I was SUPER nervous that the color would be too green but it’s the perfect mix of navy/grey and even looks almost black sometimes depending on the lighting. The color isn’t a paint you purchase – they came manufactured in the Cadet Blue but I’ve heard that Homecrest may have a Sherwin Williams color match so reach out to Homecrest to double check.
Drawer Pulls & Handles
- drawer pulls – handles // I wanted something slim and black, simple and without any adornment at all
- drawer pulls – knobs – a simple, easy-to-grab black knob
I wanted a pretty bridge faucet with a slightly vintage/industrial look and since it’s a major focal point of the island, we splurged a bit // faucet
I knew a farmhouse sink was a must – we went with a single bowl because I’d heard that double bowls weren’t great for fitting large pots and pans. Ours is Fireclay and has held up nicely so far! // farmhouse sink on Amazon // farmhouse sink via Wayfair
The counter-to-ceiling backsplash was another splurge but it made a big impact in our kitchen! We went with a vertical design so it draws the eye up and the tile has a slight lantern/arabesque shape that gives it a little femininity without being too ornate // similar tile // exact tile
we wanted Quartz for the durability factor (doesn’t need to be resealed, non-porous so it resists stains) but also really loved the look of marble, so we went with the Ella by Cambria. We also decided to go BIG on the island – the island counters are 3 inches instead of the usual 1-inch depth. // countertops
Dutch Door + Door Hardware
I 100% fell in love with dutch doors while planning this remodel so the door from the kitchen to the backyard seemed like the perfect spot! We did a special order on this and chose the white door with the screen // dutch door // black dutch door hardware – totally changes the look of any door but this was a steal for under $75!
an inexpensive update on something you see SO often in the home – we wanted these to be pretty because there are so many outlets on our backsplash // outlet covers
love these and the price is great! we have 5 along our bar and they’re real wood but seem super durable so far // counter stools
Schoolhouse Kitchen Pendants
we have the large size in the nickel finish – I wanted something classic but with a vintage twist and these totally fit the bill! // pendant lights above
my favorite place in the house 🙂