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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Our New Coffee Bar


One of the things I was most unsure of when we first saw this house was this wet bar area. I knew that I didn't want to keep it as is, but wasn't sure if we should rip it out entirely or try to update it and turn it into a coffee bar. We decided to use it as a coffee bar for the first few weeks after moving in to see if it was functional having it over there and then we figured if it was we would update it and if it wasn't we would rip it out. We knew we had a woodworker coming in either late January or early February who was going to build us a mantel and window seat in this same room, so we figured that gave us a couple of months to decide on whether we wanted him to update this also. Well, about two days after moving in we decided that we LOVED having this little coffee station over here. So, I did a quick temporary update to it by painting the cabinetry and ripping out the lattice work and just using that as a shelf, and then in February when the woodworking arrived to install the other items he also ripped out the upper cabinets and and backsplash and installed a beautiful shiplap backsplash and some new cabinets and a rustic new shelf and then the finishing touch was installing this beautiful new faucet from our sponsor, Delta. We chose Cassidy Bar/Prep Faucet in the Champagne Bronze color and it is absolutely beautiful!


Here is a quick before and after of this wall:





I absolutely love the faucet! It's the perfect mix of traditional and modern and the color is such a perfect match to about anything!








We also added the larger version of the Cassidy with the Touch20 technology over on the other side of the room to our kitchen. My girls are completely fascinated with the "magic faucet" haha! I can't believe how much I love the Touch20 function. I knew it was cool, but I didn't realize just how practical it was as well. For instance last night my hands were completely covered in dough and I was able to just tap part of my arm against it to get the water started. It's also great when I am trying to fill a heavy pot or vase. 


And we all find this fascinating - it changes color depending on the temperature. It's so cool watching it change from hot to cold and then back again.






And here are a few other kitchen pictures:











Kitchen and Breakfast Area Source List:

Cabinet Color - existing (I am pretty sure it is Lampblack by Benjamin Moore)
Wall Color - Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Eggshell
Trim Color - Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Semi-Gloss
Door Color - Mopboard Black by Benjamin Moore in Semi-Gloss
Beadboard Wallpaper below Chair Rail - can be found here
Counters - existing (granite)Kitchen Table - Joss and Main (right now the top is resting on this side table we already owned while we await the arrival of the base)
Round Back Chairs - World Market
Gold Lantern - Lighting Design (you call one of their showrooms to order)
Wood Bookcase with Glass Doors - Wayfair
Church Painting - Deann (Use this code REDEEMER at checkout for 15% off right now!) 
Window Seat - Custom Built
Pillows on Window Seat - HomeGoods
Throw on Window Seat - HomeGoods
Faux Fur on Window Seat - Ikea



Coffee Bar Area:
Wall Color - Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Eggshell
Trim Color - Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Semi-Gloss
Door Color - Mopboard Black by Benjamin Moore in Semi-Gloss Finish
Lower Coffee Bar Cabinet Color - Wrought Iron by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss
Beadboard Wallpaper below Chair Rail - can be found here
Woodwork (shiplap, shelf and upper cabinets) - custom by a local builder  
Counters - Existing (quartz)
Faucet - Delta Cassidy Prep Faucet in Champagne Bronze
Items on Shelf:
     Waters - Trader Joes
     Cake Stand - HomeGoods
     Canisters with Chalkboard Labels - Target several years ago
     Small canisters  with cocoa and marshmallows - World Market
     Hot Cocoa Bag - Burdicks
     Hot Chocolate Mugs - Burdicks
Items on Counter:
     Hot Chocolate Mugs - Burdicks
     Keurig - Target
     Sugar Bowl - World Market



Family Room Source List:

Wall Color - Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Eggshell
Trim Color - Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Semi-Gloss
Door Color - Mopboard Black by Benjamin Moore in Semi-Gloss Finish
Lower Coffee Bar Cabinet Color - Wrought Iron by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss (we will have a detailed source for the coffee bar in a future post with more closeup shots)
Beadboard Wallpaper below Chair Rail - can be found here
Mantel and Other Woodwork - custom by a local builder  
Rug - ESale Rugs Villa Rug in the 9 by 12 size
Round Basket - Birch Lane a few years ago
Sofa - Arhaus
Cable Knit Pillows - Soft Surrounding
Other Pillows - HomeGoods (similar one here)
White Lumbar Pillow - IKEA
Stuffed Animal on Sofa - HomeGoods
White Knit Throw - Birch Lane
Large Barn Painting - was a gift
Tufted Bench/Ottoman - I built it (you can read more about it here)
Throw on Ottoman - HomeGoods
Tray on Ottoman - HomeGoods
White Wingback Chairs - Birch Lane
Drapery Panels - Barn and Willow Belgian Flax in Mist Gray 
Side Table - Homegoods
Blue Jug with Eucalyptus - Decor Steals
Gold Mirror - vintage 
Left bookshelves: 
    Candlesticks, books and pictures - family or vintage
    Gold Orb - HomeGoods
    Photo Albums - Blurb
Right bookshelves:
    Books and Pictures - from family or vintage



We hope you all have a wonderful day! Thanks for stopping by!

4 comments:

  1. By jove, you've done it again! Simply beautiful!

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  2. It's all so gorgeous! Did you say that you used a dark primer on your doors before painting them black?

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    1. Thank you, Donna! And that's correct!

      -Jason

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