Since my DM’s are often filled with home-related questions, asking about where we got things like furniture pieces, paint colors, flooring or materials used, I thought I should probably start a home series, that can live on the blog. As we slowly complete each space, I will try my best to provide all details here!

TBH, it’s taken us a lot longer to get our home together than we anticipated. It still doesn’t feel completely finished, but I’m ready to finally be done, so over the next few months I’m making it MY MISSION to tackle room by room. Aside from a piece of artwork for the blank space above the couch, the living room is probably the most completed room in the whole house. We really tried to arrange to have most of the furniture downstairs, in our living spaces sorted out. At least no one sees the bedrooms etc upstairs, so I can tackle those later!! Living room details below:


I should preface by letting you know that we had help when sourcing all materials in our home. Because of the extent of our project and the many details entailed, I felt like we needed someone in the industry who knew different manufacturers they trusted to help us make these decisions. We used an old friend of mine, Amanda Evans Interiors, who was instrumental in helping us with everything below. Through Amanda, we were able to also work with CF Interiors. They were amazing, because everything we sourced went through them. More of a one-stop-shop option, than sourcing everything individually, which you already know I appreciate. I’ve done my best to link to the manufactuers we used, in case you aren’t using a designer in your process or just wanted to reach out to get more info. Hope this helps, but if there’s anything I’ve missed just leave a comment in the comment section below.

Hardwood floors: european white oak, wire brush hardwax oil finish, 9″ W x 9/16″ thickness from Fancy Floors
Rug: salsa limone rug, color 1, size 8 x 10 from Salari
Sectional: Alberto Apartment Custom sectional from Younger
Coffee Table: Evander oak coffee table from Moe’s Home
Chairs: Inska occasional chair from Dovetail
Stumps: salish stool from style in form
Light Fixtures: 24″ cabinet maker’s picture light, in Antique Brass from The Lighting Warehouse
Cabinetry: flat cut white oak shaker panel, custom stain (color is SW 7043 Worldly Gray) from Supreme Kitchens
Hardware: contemporary metal pull in durham bronze from Richelieu


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