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Oh boy- we did it! We are moved in! Holy smokes. Moving during a pandemic with two little kids is not for the faint of heart. We’re slowly getting settled, and I have to fight the urge to organize every second of every day. And I’m now trying to catch up on work too so bear with me while I get back in line!

Other than the kitchen, the only room that is 90% done is the powder room- and it came out SO cute. I reused the toilet and sink, and put art from our old guest room on the wall, but otherwise everything is new.  And what a difference it made. Just need to source a mirror for the wall– I may have one that works but if not I am thinking perhaps this one or this one.

Memoirs sink and toilet (reused the existing items) // Bardiglio & Dolomite marble flooring via Discover Tile // faucet // paint: color match of Farrow & Ball Green Smoke // wallpaper // Kayce Hughes art (super similar piece) // sconce

BEFORE:

Getting lots of DM’s about the color of my cabinets- which is Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Grey, but all my kitchen details are on this post.  A lot of people have commented on the art above the range- this was a not expensive piece I found on Etsy from this vendor, and it is already pretty dirty so I’m not worried about it getting any dirtier 🙂

Lots of DM’s about this color- it’s Wales Gray from Benjamin Moore. It’s a bit bluer in person than shown here, and is so pretty.  The marble surround is a variety called Breccia Capraia.

The embarrassment that is my mismatched “use what I have while I wait for what I ordered” family room- but the room itself is just SO pretty. The wall color in here is Benjamin Moore Winds Breath. Same as my last house. It’s such a go to color for me.

I’ll be sharing the plans for the formal dining room on Wednesday as the show-stopping wallpaper arrived and is soon to be installed!

So very, deeply grateful to Brookes & Hill for being absolutely incredible in getting this done on time, and to Adelfia Painting for being able to scale from “just paint a few walls” to “never mind paint every single inch” 🙂