This is my cozy eat-in kitchen in my Utah home. We loved this brick wall. Many photo shoots were taken here of my friends families and mine, just cleared everything out and viola you have a back drop. We had the brick put in when we built the home. It is real brick that we had cut in half, I had them do “grapevine grout” a technique that is somewhat sloppy to give the appearance of old and weathered, because that just adds more charm to a new home.
You can find the dining table HERE it is from Hooker Furniture. I like to always mix and match my dining chairs to create a look that is more eclectic. The woven chairs are from Classic Home Furnishings you can find them HERE you can find some very similar HERE from Z-Gallerie, I also had these for about 10 years and loved them and they are around $100 each, great price. The X-back chairs are from Dovetail Furniture, I believe they are discontinued. I have other sources I complied in this blog post HERE.
These were my inspiration pictures for my rug and room. I used to have a neural rug but decided I wanted a pop of color. The rug shown far left is from West Elm and of coarse it is not available anymore. The bottom right you can find HERE and the top right is from HERE. I love the pops of pink in every room. The rug that I used in my dining room is from Surya you can find it HERE.
The Hello Sunshine art and “He said there would always be flowers for those who want to see them” are from Sugarboo you can find them HERE. The watercolor map I found at a fun farmer market you can find her HERE she does custom work as well.
The metal stools are from Overstock you can find them HERE
I bought the tin in sheets from Home Depot and put it in the back of our built in cabinets for some contrast. You can find them HERE very simple to install.
A lot of the accessories are vintage, one of a kind finds that I find at Consignment shops or Second hand stores, because white is timeless and was used in homes for Centuries.
All the amazing photos were shot by Rochelle Jahdi
Some of the pieces I mentioned only sell to retailers. You can purchase them through
Walls are Clay Beige from Benjamin Moore. Trim is Mountain Peek White from Benjamin Moore, it is my go-to trim and door color.
I love your blog! I feel like everything you do could be in a Better Homes & Gardens or Country Living Magazine. You share in a way that makes it truly inspiring.
Brooke Christen says
That is a big compliment! Thank you so much Crystal!