I’m short on words today but I wanted to post a bunch of photos of our kitchen remodel as well as some sources:
Custom Cabinets: Tommy O’Dell (Austin) 512-293-2288, cabinets are walnut and painted board. The blue is Sherwin Williams Solo™ 100% Acrylic Interior/Exterior Latex Paint in semi gloss Bosporus (SW 6503). It has held up really well so far, seems durable.
Raw edge bar – wood purchased off Craigslist – fabricated in place by my handy hubby with the help of my awesome carpenter uncle Chris Reeves 512-630-6039 (Reeves Carpentry)
Vintage Lantern pendant lights – from the Austin Antique Mall and converted into pendants by D & W Lighting (they can repair, rewire, and make almost anything into a light fixture)
All appliances are Frigidaire Pro series. The jury is out on if I would recommend them. The ice maker is sketchy between crushed and chopped (first world problems, I know)…
The countertops are Silestone White Zeus, purchased from Treehouse (an Austin home improvement store that has tons of cool stuff). If you are in Austin and are looking for quartz/silestone or any other unique countertops, I highly recommend you look at Treehouse. WAY better selection than Home Depot/Lowes. These counters ran about $55/sf installed.
Backsplash tile is Ann Sacks Savoy HIVE in ricepaper (it is a glossy white tile with a thin gray outline) and was around $12/sf.
Sink (36″ stainless steel zero radius apron front) is from amazon and was only $410. Faucet is Ruvati from overstock and ended up at $106 after sales/discounts.
36″ stainless range hood was from EBAY and we love it, just $319.
Cabinet Pulls are from IKEA, Vinna line.
The banquette is vintage from Craigslist, and we had it reupholstered in a gray marine grade soft smooth vinyl.
The breakfast nook table is a vintage carrera marble top table that I found at Marburger Farm last spring in Round Top.
The yellow pendant over the breakfast nook is the Urban Outfitters Geo Pendant $69 which I spray painted a sunny yellow and added a cloth cord.
The bar stools are from BEND Goods but were actually a very lucky Craigslist find!
The walnut wood art was handmade by moi with leftover walnut pieces from our last kitchen remodel