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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Adding some Spring Colors In our Kitchen and Family Room



I've been wanting to add some of this seafoam color in here for quite a while now. I figured I would wait until after the holidays once I was ready for some cheerful spring-like touches. One of the things I love most about sticking with a neutral palette is that it is so easy to switch around a few pillows or accessories and get a new look. It obviously doesn't change things that much, but it does help me look around and feel like the promise of spring is on the horizon!




If you are new here, this is what this room looked like when we moved in this past summer:













And here is what the other side of the room looked like: 























SOURCE LIST:

Fireplace, Cabinet and Trim Color: London Fog in Semi-Gloss
Wall Color: was here when we moved but very similar to Simply White in Matte
Flush Mount Drum Shade Fixture - Lowe's (Think it was called the Valencia Flush Mount)
All appliances are Whirlpool and were purchased at Lowe's during their Memorial Day Sale
Pendants - These were a hand-me-down from my mom and they worked perfectly in here
Wire Candle Chandelier - Savvy in Williamsburg
Circular Mirror - Antique Farmhouse (from my sister, Dana)
Oversized Chalkboard - made by me 
Metal Island Cart - IKEA
Three-Tiered Wire Basket - Collections at Laurel and Grove in Peterborough, NH
Metal Baskets - Joss and Main
Dishes - Emma Collection from Pottery Barn
Chocolate Cups and Saucers - L. A. Burdick (from my sister, Jamie)
Canisters - Williams-Sonoma
Pillows - Home Goods, Target, Dear Lillie, made by my mom
Table - Pier 1 years ago and has since been painted with AS Chalk Paint in French Linen
All Dining Chairs - IKEA
Sectional - IKEA
Chevron Picture Frames - tutorial here
Tufted Chairs - TJMaxx
Script Chairs - TJMaxx
Painted French Cabinet - makeover here
TV Console - Antique shop in Camden, SC
Frames above chairs - tutorial here
Sconces - RH Baby and Child
Mirror - Restoration Hardware
Rocking Horse - RH Baby and Child
Urns on Fireplace - Seasons in Williamsburg (years ago on clearance)
Lamp on side table - Joss and Main
Side Table - Pottery Barn (years ago and has since been painted)
Coffee Table - Pottery Barn (also years ago and has since be made over - you can read more here)
Rug - Rugs USA, Satara Edison Nickel Rug (I got the 7'6" by 9'6" but wish I had gone up at least one size larger!)
Runner - Home Decorator's Collection
Drapery Panels - IKEA Ritva Panels
Drapery Rods - Lowe's 
Window Treatment above Sink: Made my me - read post here
Basket on Coffee Table - Savvy in Williamsburg
Tall French Cabinet - consignment shop (you can read about that makeover here
Pillows on Sofa - Home Goods
Seafoam Colored Pillows on Chairs - World Market
Striped Pillows on Chair - Made for my by my mom
Green Knit Throw - Lulu and Georgia
Greenery in Urns on Mantel - Jasmine from Trader Joe's
Bottles on Mantel - TJ Maxx
White Pitcher on Mantel - Target
Moss Ball on Mantel - Savvy in Williamsburg
White Pitcher on Dining Table - IKEA
Table Runner - Dear Lillie
Blue Chevron Kitchen Items - Target
Seafoam Kitchen Items - World Market


 I hope you all are having a wonderful week! 



23 comments:

  1. What was painted first, chair rail or wall? My husband is inquiring. We have a chair rail in our bedroom and we're thinking of painting the stained wood.

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    1. Hi Sandy! We actually didn't paint the walls in this room, but in the other ones that had the chair rail in we always paint that and the trim first.

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  2. Love the added touches with the seafoam color. Great color for spring. Your mantle is lovely as well.

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  3. Wow, the before and after shots! I had no idea the room used to look like that. Incredible transformation. The touches of blue are great as well and do indeed remind us that spring is on its way.

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  4. I'm in love with all things seafoam and light blue, too! Everything looks great! So pretty!

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  5. Love the trim! Love the chairs - they look like Restoration Hardware, but Home Goods? Total score. Love your style.

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  6. Just stunning. Love the simplicity of the color palette. It's so soft and soothing! ~Kerri

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  7. Oh my word. I love this so much - - - everything!

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  8. Your home is so beautiful...I always enjoy taking a walk through....thank you so much for sharing. --Marti

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  9. Jennifer, I know you said you got your metal baskets at Joss and Main but do you have any idea if they will have them again?! I love them!

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    1. Thanks! There's no way of knowing, but you can check on Wayfair.com.

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  10. Everything looks great, congratulations. I love all your post, and your house looks always so beautiful. How is the girls doing? I miss the post about your family too.

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    1. Thanks, Raquel! They are great! Growing like crazy. Thank you for asking!

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  11. Just beautiful. Question: how tall are your ceilings? They look like 8' but I'm not quiet sure. Thanks for all the resources too.

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    1. Thanks! And that's correct, they are 8'!

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  12. I love to decorate in a neutral palette and use accents to bring in pops of color too. It makes a room more soothing and is a lot less costly when you want to change things up! You are doing a great with your place!

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  13. Love the touch of seafoam ... so pretty for spring! Your kitchen layout is similar to mine and I'm inspired to change a few things! Your home is beautiful!

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  14. Jennifer, Are those galvanized baskets in your kitchen pretty sturdy? I was debating on purchasing them and wondered if they were flimsy or not. Thank!

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    1. They seem to be relatively sturdy. I have been pleased with the quality!

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  15. Are you happy with your ikea couch? We need a new one and I am contemplating ikea since our fan room is well lived in. What style is yours?

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