There are some problems only bloggers face, like stressing out over the quality of old photos. Cedar & Moss asked to feature my kitchen in their lookbook, since our kitchen showcases a pair of C&M alto brass pendants above our island. It was the perfect excuse to retake photos of my kitchen, since my photography skills have improved a little bit over the years.
I get a lot of questions about the color of our cabinets. The navy is Cyberspace by Sherwin Williams which we color matched to Kelly Moore Dura Poxy paint (for it’s durability and rave reviews on handling high traffic areas). Depending upon the time of day, the cabinets read a super dark, moody navy, and during the lightest part of the day they read much brighter. I like these photos I’m sharing today because they show the truest color of our cabinets. I personally love a paint that changes color throughout the day.
If you’re interested in reading the renovation story, here are some quick links for you:
- We’re finally remodeling our kitchen & living room!
- The wall is gone and the beam is in!
- The kitchen take-down
- 5 kitchens influencing our design
- Countertops & 3D rendering of our plans
- Walls are up, floors are bare
- Cabinets installed!
- Painted cabinet drama
- Kitchen (pre flooring)
- Why wood tile
- Initial kitchen reveal
Sources: Cedar & Moss pendant lights | Roman shades | Delta faucet | Wood tile floors | Carrera marble counters | subway tile backsplash | farmhouse sink | exhaust hood | refrigerator | range | lower cabinet paint color: Cyberspace by Sherwin Williams color matched to Kelly Moore Dura Poxy | Target Windsor style counter height stools | Lew’s brass hardware | CB2 bell flush mount light | brass globe chandelier | dining table | dining chairs – vintage | brass vase | vintage rug