Home Tour Source List

We get a lot of questions about sources for some of the things we have in our house.  Well, I’m here to dish the goods to hopefully help you get a leg up on our look and hopefully answer any questions about paint colors, accessory purchases, etc, etc.  This site is still under construction, so bear with me while we continue to add more and more here.  And if I’ve missed something, don’t be afraid to comment below!

The First Floor

Dining Room

Wall Paint:  Glidden Whispering Wheat on the wndow wall, Glidden Water Chestnut on all the other walls, Dining Table:  Rubberwood Dining Table from CostPlus World Market, Dining Chairs:  Pottery Barn Parsons Chairs in leather, Sheepskin Furs:  Ikea, Napkin Holder:  Southern Living at Home, now Willow House, Salt and Pepper Shakers:  Lenox Butler’s Pantry pattern available at Macy’s.com and Lenox.com, Drum Chandelier:  Three bulb drum pendant from Overstock.com, Hallway coat rack and matching bench:  JCPenney.com

Kitchen

DSC_0023 Coming Soon!

Family Room

Wall Paint:  Glidden Whispering Wheat on Fireplace back wall, Glidden Water Chestnut on the side walls, Sofa:  Macy’s, Leather Chair:  Pottery Barn Manhattan Chair in Hazlenut, Silver light fixture next to leather chair:  Home Depot, Wall ledges:  Pottery Barn, Stool next to leather chair:  HomeGoods, TV:  Toshiba 42″ LCD from Best Buy, Iron Scroll above the TV:  Willow House (formerly Southern Living at Home), Cream colored lamps on the left:  Hand-me-downs that I refinished using this technique, Mirrors on the left wall:  Target, HomeGoods, which I spray painted black to match.

Coffee tables and side tables:  Pottery Barn circa 2005, Silver tray on Coffee Table:  Pottery Barn, Pillows:  Pottery Barn and Home Goods, Cream blanket over couch:  Pottery Barn faux sheepskin rug (usually available around Christmastime) Rug:  Bouquet Floral Rug from Pottery Barn (now discontinued), Slipper Chair just on the right in this picture:  Dolce Lounge Chair from Target.com, Curtains:  Cameron Grommet Cotton Drape from Pottery Barn in Ivory, Woven Blinds:  Bed, Bath & Beyond Hutch pictured in the background:  Handmade by my husband’s father and refinished when we moved in, Lamps on Hutch:  Lowe’s, Shelves above hutch:  Pottery Barn, Dishes on shelves:  Lenox Butler’s Pantry, Bar stools in the kitchen:  Local chair store in Portland, Oregon.

The Second Floor

The Upstairs Hallway

Wall paint:  Glidden Water Chestnut,  Floors:  Lisbon Evora Cork Floors, Dog tray:  Ballard Designs Boot tray, Frames:  Various collections over the years that I spray painted white to unify

Laundry Room

 

Paint colors:  Valspar Brand – colors coming soon!  Washer and Dryer:  Kenmore Front Loaders from Sears, Cabinetry:  Ikea Akurum Kitchen Cabinetry with STAT doors, Countertops:  Ikea LAGAN butcher block counters, Charging Station:  Pottery Barn, Sink: Ikea, Faucet: Overstock.com, Floors: Lisbon Evora Cork Floors from Lumber Liquidators

Guest Bathroom

Front Bedroom to Room of Requirement

Wall Paint:  Glidden Blue Gray Slate for the dark blue, Glidden French Grey for the cityscape, Couch:  Ikea Ektorp Sofa with Sleeper, Blue Pillows:  Hand-me-downs, Green Storage cubes: Target, Coffee Table/Trunk: Craigslist, End Table:  World Market, Green lamp on end table: Target, Green blanket on sofa: Ikea, Rug: Pottery Barn, White tray on coffee table: World Market, Reflective box on white tray: Home Goods

Bookcases:  Ikea Billy Bookcase with doors and added chair rail molding from Home Depot, TV Stand:  Built by hand using this technique, Green tray on TV stand:  Actually a round mirror from Target, Accessories on bookshelves: on request

Artwork above end table: Etsy.com, Curtains: Ikea

Guest Room

Wall paint:  Glidden Spiced Gingerbread on the beadboard wall, Glidden Honey Beige on the other walls, Striped Bedding:  Pottery Barn (circa 2005), Nightstand: Ikea, Lamp:  Ikea, Black dresser: Garage sale find sanded and refinished in black, Mirror over dresser: Home Goods, Rug on floor: Pottery Barn, Pewter Pieces: Hand-me-downs and heirlooms, Curtains: Ikea, Bamboo blinds: Bed, Bath & Beyond, Vertical 3 piece paintings:  Willow House (formerly Southern Living at Home)

Master Bedroom

Wall Paint:  Olympic’s Stone Gray, Bed Frame: JCPenney, Bedding: Bed, Bath & Beyond, Blue Blanket: Target, Storage cubes: JCPenney, Lamps:  Pottery Barn, Candle Sconces above bed: Pottery Barn, Ledges on the left wall: Pottery Barn, Nightsands:  Hand-me-downs

Master Bathroom

Paint Color:  Light French Gray by Behr (Home Depot) Trim Paint Color:  DuJour by Valspar Cabinetry:  Thomasville Cabinetry from Home Depot in “Heirloom Black”, Countertops:  Samsung Composite Manmade Countertops in Aspen Snow from Home Depot, Sinks:  Integrated with the countertops, Floor tiles:  Marble from Home Depot, Backsplash tiles:  White Subway tile from Home Depot, Mirrors:  Home Depot, Door Hardware:  Home Depot for the knobs, eBay for the bin pulls, Faucets: Delta Chrome fixtures from Faucetdirect.com, Lights:  Build.com, Plant on the left sink:  Faux orchid from Target, Towel Bars: Home Depot, Towels: Bed, Bath & Beyond, Bath accessories: York accessories from Bed, Bath & Beyond, Bath mats:  Fieldcrest Blue Stripe from Target

Faucets:  Delta Chrome Faucets from Faucetdirect.com, White Mirrors:  Target black mirrors that I painted white, Glass canisters:  HomeGoods, Tile and trim:  Home Depot

Toilet:  Sterling Brand from Home Depot, Toilet Paper holder: Home Depot, Face Tissue Box on toilet: York brand from Bed, Bath & Beyond, White Shelves:  West Elm, Wicker baskets:  Upside down face tissue boxes from West Elm, Conch Shell: West Elm, Print + Frame:  Pencil drawing of Biltmore Mansion in a Target Frame

Shower door:  Home Depot, Floor tile:  Tumbled Carrera Marble from Home Depot, Faucet System:  Dual head shower system from FaucetDirect.com, Wall Tiles: White Subway tiles from Home Depot

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5 thoughts on “Home Tour Source List

    • Hi, Tiffany –

      The jury’s still out on the kitchen flooring. My husband believes it is an engineered product and I personally believe it is laminate! Either way it isn’t real wood, that’s for darn sure! Stay tuned, though – those floors are gonna get the axe here before too long 🙂

      xoxo,
      L-blogger

  1. We’ve had both laminate and engineered wood in our home, and the difference is night and day. The top layer of engineered wood is real wood, with a real wood grain. The laminate stuff has a wood grain artificially stamped into it, and it’s quite obvious… if that helps you decide what you’ve got. 🙂 I cannot tell from the photos which it is, but I don’t think it looks bad, though I know it might make a different impression in person.

    I landed on your site because I was looking for pics of the Ikea Billy bookcase with doors on it, something we’re considering buying for our family room so we can have concealed storage for our DVDs etc., but I am afraid of it looking cheap. It looks nice in the picture here; are you happy with the way it looks and is holding up?

    • Hi, Shona –

      Sorry for taking so long to reply! Things have been crazy town around here! I think the doors look mighty fine indeed! You can even install “soft-closing” hardware (I believe it comes with the doors) so it will feel even *more* high end if you’re into that sort of thing.

      Hope this helps!
      L-blogger

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