Guys, it still doesn’t seem real. And it doesn’t seem like I should get this excited about a counter. But I am. It seems too nice… almost like we should move to another house that has a 50-year old kitchen, because that’s what we’re used to. But this! This is bliss. We spent a while researching options of what we wanted and didn’t want in our fancy kitchen. And just to be clear, we aren’t affiliated with any of these products. We just plain ol fell in love with them.
We wanted something with a high neck and a pull-out sprayer in an Oil Rubbed Bronze finish. And obviously something that fit the style of the house. We ended up selecting the Delta Leland faucet, which checked all of our boxes.Sink:
I grew increasingly more angry with the sink we had. The two bowl situation just didn’t work for me anymore. In fact, they never really worked. I found myself awkwardly wielding a cookie sheet just to get a splash of water on the far corner. Entonces, they never really got a good wash. I did really like the cast iron we had previously- the ability for it to be scrubbed and look all shiny and new again was way fun. And they seem like they’re built for the long haul. For this, we selected the Kohler Bakersfield.Counters:
Here is where we dabbled in about a thousand different options. We considered granite, butcher block, and even a refinished bowling alley. But in the end, we settled on Quartz because of the no-upkeep, and the regularity of the pattern (vs. a granite with movement in it). We chose Cambria Quartz in Tenby Cream.Backsplash:
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