Recently designed by Amy Storm of Designstorms, LLC, this new-construction home is fun from start to finish! The clients found out they were pregnant right as construction was starting so it was a race to the finish line. They were so busy with work, kids and the one on the way that they made quick decisions and were open to trying new things. The had only one requirement : a white kitchen with a big island. Done. Designstorms, LLC detailed all the cabinetry and millwork for this home as well as selecting plumbing, tile, lighting, paint, counters, furniture, drapery and accessories (among other things). The best part of the project was getting to work with this lovely, kind and fun family and then seeing them move into a home they love and one that fits all of them.
Take notes on the sources shared by the designer and get ready to fall in love with this bright and beautiful newly-built family home.
This entire home feels fresh and inviting. The millwork is classic but the decor brings a youthful vibe to the home.
Kitchen Faucet: Kohler
This white kitchen features a long island with grey quartz countertop and wood counterstools.
Kitchen Island Dimensions: 9 feet
Pendants over Island: Millenium Lighting, Antique Silver.
Do you like pot fillers? Most of my clients ask for them and they all love how practical they are.
Pot Filler: Kohler
Kitchen paint color is Benjamin Moore OC-57 White Heron.
Cabinetry: Beaded Inset, painted, custom made.
Layout: The upper cabinet (to the left of the fridge) connects to the freezer to create a beautiful passageway through the Butler Pantry and into the Dining room.
This little corner, awkward on plan, squeezed between a fridge and a window, became one of our clients favorite kitchen spots. With marble clad walls and solid walnut shelves, this corner now displays the homeowners personality and unique finds. Honestly, we didn’t really stage this, just did a little tweaking, because we loved what she did with her treasures. It’s kind of rewarding, to create the backdrop and then let the homeowner make it their own! – Amy Storm.
Kitchen backsplash: Virginia Tile, Venatino Gioia Honed Hex 4″ – similar here & here.
Kitchen Shelves & Brackets: Custom – Similar: Brackets & Shelves.
Roman Shades: Fabricut, Pattern Avicenna, Color: Pewter, Tape trim Samuel and Sons, pattern 977-44932, color white.
Beautiful Mugs: Here, Here, Here, Here & Here.
A custom small desk with quartz countertop is tucked in the corner of this kitchen to make things easier and more practical.
Wall sconce by Desk: Hudson Valley.
Kitchen Counterstools: Arteriors.
Similar Artwork: Here, Here, Here, Here.
Countertops: Zodiac in London Sky
Similar Kitchen Sink: Here & Here.
The wall paint color is Smoke Embers by Benjamin Moore. What a beautiful grey!
Cabinet Hardware: 12″cc Pulls, 15″ cc Pulls, Knobs, 4″ Pulls, Cup Pulls – All in Polished Nickel.
“This breakfast area is filled will all kinds of good stuff. When we were designing the kitchen, the space under the window was just not big enough for full depth cabinetry, so we created this shallow buffet-like cabinet, with a custom walnut top and lots of bonus storage, so our clients can keep things like serving platters or kids craft supplies right where they need them.” – Amy Storm.
Wood Floor: Minwax, Dark Walnut on White Oak.
The grey banquette is custom-made, Stanford (Stanford Litchfield Banquette), upholstered in Robert Allen.
Kitchen Table: Bungalow Classics.
Kitchen Rug: Storm Inspired Showroom – similar here & here.
Light over table: Savoy House in Silver Patina.
Dining Chairs: Dovetail, Gaston – similar here.
This kitchen features beautiful millwork from floor-to-ceiling.
Wall paint color is Nimbus by Benjamin Moore.
Lighting was from Hudson Valley.
Coffee table: Four Hands.
Sofa Sectional: Storm Inspired, upholstered in Duralee fabric with Robert Allen Accent pillows.
Window Treatment fabric: Fabricut, Beauvoir, Gray.
Shelf Accessories: Storm Inspired Showroom, Home Goods, Flea Market & Owner provided artifacts.
The fireplace features leathered black granite surround.
Trim Throughout: Benjamin Moore, White Heron Satin Finish
Sconces: Hudson Valley.
Rug: Surya 9 x 13 Rug (on sale! 🙂 )
Chair (right): Bernhardt – similar here, here & here.
Rug: Jaipur. – similar here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here (small) & here.
Smoke Embers by Benjamin Moore.
Ottoman: Storm Inspired, upholstered in Robert Allen, Herring Lane.
Chandelier is custom. Similar Chandelier: Here, Here, Here, Here, Here, Here & Here.
Pillows: Bungalow Rose.
Real Fig Tree and Basket: Storm Inspired Showroom – similar here (faux).
Sofa: Storm Inspired, upholstered in Romo fabric.
What a beautiful powder room! I’m loving the plaid wallpaper, the navy blue cabinet and the hardwood flooring.
Lighting: Ceiling Mount, Crystorama.
Wall Sconce: Visual Comfort.
Countertop: Quartz Countertop – Zodiaq in London Sky.
Cabinet Hardware: Look in the Attic and Co. 1-5/8” solid brass octagonal Cabinet knob (similar here), 3” mission style solid brass ring pull.
Bathroom Faucet: Newport Brass in Satin Bronze.
Cabinet Color: Benjamin Moore, Hale Navy, HC-154
Blush Pink Paint Color: Benjamin Moore 1184 Pensacola Pink in Eggshell Finish.
Wall Sconce: Restoration Hardware – similar here & here.
Similar Faucet: Here.
The vanity is custom and painted in BM White Heron.
Star Knobs: Schaub.
Tile: Pennyrounds in gray and white.
The shower features a classic combination of white and grey tiles. Notice the shower bench with quartz slab on the left.
Similar Tiles: Floor Tile, Subway Tile, Grey Accent Tile or here.
“It seems we have a lot of projects, especially on new builds, where the homeowner wants to merge an office space with a mudroom. In this home, the mudroom is adjacent to the kitchen and family room, so it needed to look pretty and be functional. We stained the cabinets a warm gray color so scuffs, scratches and even messy-kid finger prints will be hidden! This window lets in lots of natural light.” – Amy Storm.
The cabinets are maple and finished in a weathered grey stain.
Paint color is Benjamin Moore 1465 Nimbus.
This view is what you see when you walk past – the storage is hidden on the left and the office printer, garbage and storage are all hidden in the cabinets.
Floor Tile: Virginia Tile: Rondine – Bristol Brick Tile 2″ x 10″ – Cream – similar here.
Cabinet Hardware: Amerock.
Countertop: MSI in Mirabella White
Window Treatment Fabric: Romo
Wall Sconce: Rejuvenation
Ceiling Pendant: Rejuvenation.
Vintage Runner: one-of-a-kind – similar here (vintage) & here, here, here, here, here, here & here.
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I absolutely love the powder room in the New-Construction Family Home Design. It is so beautiful. I am wondering what the name of the wallpaper is and where it was purchased. The link suggests that it is from Serena and Lily but does not bring you to the same wallpaper. I am currently remodeling two upstairs bathrooms and would like to use it in the boys’ bath. Thank you very much. I thank you for your help in advance.
I didn’t get further information about the wallpaper. Feel free to contact the designer through their website. They should be able to share more details with you.