Thursday, June 21, 2012

Virginia Kitchens + Harry Braswell Inc.











Wow, this kitchen! I cannot handle how much I love it!! The entire home was renovated by Harry Braswell Inc. out of Alexandria, Virginia, who worked with designer Erin Hoopes of Virginia Kitchens to create the dreamiest kitchen ever, as well as the the custom millwork throughout the home, photographed here by Greg Hadley. I think the turquoise rug got my attention first, I've been wanting that one forever. Then the shimmery aqua backsplash (from Susan Jablon Mosaics, but no longer stocked on their site), it's just so pretty! And of course the capiz chandelier (since I've wanted that forever too) above the darling banquette. But did you see the little turquoise sink?! I didn't even know I wanted that forever! So much to love!! Check out more amazing kitchens from Virginia Kitchens right on over here!

Sources
Walls: Benjamin Moore "Grey Owl"
Cabinets and trim: Benjamin Moore "Snowfall White"
Turquoise sink: from Kohler in "Vapour Green." Sadly discontinued!
Backsplash: Iridescent milk glass tiles in a basketweave pattern
Glass pendants: Niche Modern
Capiz chandelier: West Elm
Rug: Garnet Hill

Love turquoise? Visit my shopping blog Everything Turquoise...updated several times throughout the day! Check out Decor by Color for even more color-themed shopping!


31 comments:

Brenda said...

One of my favorite kitchens that you have featured! Any idea as to the lovely paint color on the walls?

The Glamorous Housewife said...

Now THAT is a stunningly glamorous kitchen. That sink! Those lights! But how do they keep the rug clean? Mine would be filthy in a week. Maybe they don't have three kids running around.....

Thanks doll,
The Glamorous Housewife

Patty Day @Pattys Epiphanies said...

If I had the opportunity, I'd have that kitchen in a second!

Splenderosa said...

Erin, this kitchen is wonderful, love the banquette (it looks small though) and the fact that it's open to the family room. Big hug from Texas...

Heidi said...

Gorgeous! I wonder if that house is in my neighborhood, as both Braswell and Virginia Kitchens are...if so I hope the homeowners nominate themselves for the next Del Ray House Tour, as I'd love to see it in person!

Kelly Berg said...

I'm with you - the turquoise sink ROCKS! Thanks for sharing...

Anonymous said...

That is the most awesome kitchen I have ever seen. I want it...I want it!!!!

Lisa Teague said...

love this--thanks for posting--never thought of a turquoise sink before in an otherwise understated space...on my list now...

Christy Davis said...

Such a stunning kitchen; I absolutely love the colors!! Wish this was my home!

www.lifeofamodernhousewife.com

carol jane said...

Thats what I said too, When I was scrolling down looking at this gorgeous kitchen. WOW!!! Thats not even a kitchen. There are no words to describe it. Stunning. When I win the lottery, that is the kitcen i am going to have.

karahilliard79@yahoo.com said...

I LOVE this kitchen! I just checked out Susan Jablon's site and I'm not sure which tile was used for this project. Can you help? (Just in case it's restocked soon. :))

Merlin said...

This one really did take my breath away - stunning! franki

Brooke @ Inside-Out Design said...

That is hands down, one of the most gorgeous kitchens I've ever seen. Holy crap...I'll never get it out of my head!!

Jessie @ Messy Jesse said...

yes, definately agree with the other comments - one of the best kitchens I've seen you feature. Would also love to know the colour paint on the walls? Thanks for the constant inspiration, you're one of my daily reads!
J

Leanne said...

I my goodness! This is beyond beautiful. It would have to be favourite kitchen I have ever seen. Thank you for sharing it with us, I'm going back to staring at it for a while longer.

Melinda Ke said...

Very beautiful! I love the rug, I'm so glad you linked where it's from...I might have to start putting some money aside to get that baby!

Anonymous said...

I cannot believe that sink - what an elegant touch!

Musette said...

This kitchen is beyond gorgeous. You couldn't get me out of there with a wad of C-4! I love that there are 'regular' touches therein, amongst all the custom work, there's a relatively acquirable Garnet Hill rug!

Laurel said...

This is an incredible kitchen. Thanks so much for sharing and the inspiration. We're in the planning phases for our new kitchen and this gave me some great ideas.....I just need to figure out how to do it affordably!

Laurel at www.sopocottage.com

Anonymous said...

I love this kitchen and the paint color! I emailed Erin regarding the color and she was so gracious to reply back. The color is Benjamin Moore grey owl - low VOC paint.

Janee Lookerse said...

Oh wow, that kitchen is amazing! I love the booth and the color of the seats! :::sigh::: someday... :)

xoxo
Janee
www.yellowbirdyellowbeard.blogspot.com

Karla - SpinningMermaid said...

Gorgeous! I fell in love with the turquoise zinc! Do you happen to know the manufacturer/brand?

love it all! :D Thanks!

Kimberly Kline said...

This kitchen is now #1 on my dream list! It has every element I adore and desire. Thanks for posting it!
Kimberly

LindsayAndrew said...

That turquoise sink!! And the window shot are my favorites! Love the latches on the upper cabinets.

Jessica said...

Wow, what a kitchen! I love it.

Does anyone know what colour those cabinets are? I always have so much trouble with whites - there are so many to choose from!!

Also, those tiles are to die for! What are they called? I couldn't find them on the website :(

Anonymous said...

The tile is gorgeous !!! There are so many on her site. Do you at least know what the color could possibly be. So many blue shades to pick from.

Erin {House of Turquoise} said...

About the tiles, they are an iridescent milk glass tile in a basketweave pattern.

The cabinets and trim are painted Benjamin Moore "Snowfall White." Walls are painted BM "Owl Grey".

Jessica said...

Thank you so much, Erin! Your site is heavenly; I can (and do) spend hours clicking away!

Keep up the great work!

Mary said...

I love those countertops! Could they be granite or are they marble?

Carolyn said...

Just absolutely gorgeous!

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