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I get so many questions about the sources of the products in my home, I thought I would break it down room by room and give you all the details! Today, I’m taking you through a tour of my kitchen and living room area. I linked many of the items you see in the pictures. However, if a product is not available online or is no longer available, I found a similar product to link instead. Affiliate links are included. I hope you find this post helpful and that it answers all your questions! Please let me know if I’ve left something out that you’d like me to include!
The wall paint color in this room (and throughout most of the house) is Repose Gray by Sherwin Williams. The trim and cabinet color is Pure White by Sherwin Williams.
My wood floors are engineered hardwood oak floors from Kentwood Floors. The color is called Oak Iron Springs. We love these floors because they are really low maintenance, very durable, and easy to clean!
Fireplace Stone and Mantle/Beams Stain color
The fireplace is constructed of Blanco Austin stone. Around the firebox is caststone. The mantle was custom made by our builder. The stain on the mantle and beams is Duraseal in Ebony.
Living Room Furniture and Decor
Tufted linen couch: We purchased at Restoration Hardware. It is 108″ long and 44″ deep. The color is Sand. We had it custom made with the RH Perennials fabric, which is an acrylic fabric that is similar to washable outdoor fabric. The cushion covers can be removed and thrown in the washing machine! This was a must since we have 3 kids and a dog! The couch has lived through grape juice, spaghetti sauce, green slime, and mud and it still looks like it’s brand new! Pottery Barn has similar sofa and fabric called Performance acrylic fabric that is also easy to clean. You can check it out here! Or find a similar more budget friendly sofa options here or here.
Linen Arm Chairs: The two linen chairs were also purchased from Restoration Hardware. The color of the fabric is Sand and the color of the wood is Burnt Oak. I found similar ones that are almost identical, but are more budget friendly here.
Coffee Table: I purchased my coffee table at a local store. It can be purchased online here.
Living Room Rug: The rug is 9×12 and was purchased here. It appears much more gray in the picture on the website than it does in real life. In person it is beige with gray accents.
White Side Table: This was purchased from a garage sale site :). I have found similar tables here and here.
Slip Covered Chair and Ottoman: Those are from Sixpennyhome.com. See my post about those pieces here.
Kitchen Countertops: The countertops are called Superwhite Quartzite. It is a natural stone (not manufactured like Quartz) and we purchased them at Dallas stone distributor called Levantina. We find they easy to clean and stain resistant. They will etch if acidic liquid is left on them. So it’s important to always wipe down the counters after cooking and eating. The only cleaner we use on our countertops is this! It leaves them clean and shiny.
Kitchen Backsplash: The backsplash is 3×6 marble subway tile from Daltile. The color is contempo white and the style number is m313. We used platinum grout for the backsplash.
Kitchen Pendants: I purchased these at Magnolia Market. They are no long available. You can find similar ones here or here.
Counter Stools: Can be found here. I added chair pads to them recently. Those can be found here.
Kitchen Roundback Linen Chairs: Purchased at Restoration Hardware. Fabric color is Sand and wood color is Weathered Oak Drifted. Similar budget friendly chairs can be purchased here or here.
Wooden Kitchen Nook Chandelier: Can be found here.
Erin is passionate about decorating on a budget and loves to share tips and ideas! She believes that you don’t have to break your budget to have a stylish home that you love!! Her belief in having affordable, stylish design led her to create the My Texas House line of products.