It was fun to meet Sherry, John, Clara & Burger and have them crash our home a few weeks ago. They posted it yesterday here. Man, John is a crazy good photographer. Gotta share again…(and answer some questions.)
door color is BM Georgian green
walls Behr’s cracked pepper
driftwood table you may order through us
striped rug Crate & Barrel
The grout we used is called “oyster”–just a light gray
If you like stumps, our girlfriend Lisa has a father in Florida who custom makes them–just write us!
shower curtain is from Target
the cabinet is an old one from Ballard–selling no more I believe
The light is from Queen of Hearts Antiques & Interiors ($29)–you can find them a lot of places now. Just google capiz pendant.
The knobs are from anthro
Wall color is BM Navajo White
Dresser is painted BM deep sea green semi-gloss (still so happy with this color. Makes me happy daily.)
The stone is Tennessee tumbled blue stone, mantel is red oak (local–near Athens, GA)
pendant you can order through us, as well as the word art on the mantel (Anisa can custom paint for you!)
paint is Pratt & Lambert Pacific here—we color match with Sherwin Williams and are pleased. If you’re not into taking risks, just order the real deal
brackets from anthro
rug from IKEA
tile (Walker Zanger) you may order through us–oyster gray grout again
Want to know a weird tip? I use pampers sensitive baby wipes on our wood table. There is a tad bit of lotion in it that seems to give it a deep sheen. Sanitary? not so sure. Pretty? I think so.
limestone countertops–less porous than marble, more so than granite. We love it. Like no patina on a counter? I would not recommend it. Don’t mind that the juice from kalamata olives and red wine might leave its mark a little? It’s for you. (sidenote: I think there is a price to pay for anything natural: wood breathes, cracks and expands, natural stone shows wear, woven rugs may unravel a bit and lose its shape, cowhides may be finicky and fickle and turn and curl on a whim…these are things we don’t mind here.)
Welcome, any new readers. If I didn’t answer your question please email or comment here. Thanks again, Sherry & John.