Kitchen Design, Hardware, and Selections for the Overgrown Ranch

Gushing over Gold…. Read: Antique Brass

So I am over here, just brainstorming about what the kitchen of the #overgrownranch should look like. I am not too comfortable with the whole “gold is coming back” movement, but not quite as turned off to the idea of this antiqued brass business, especially if mixed with other metals. The key is to sprinkle a little throughout the main living/kitchen/dining space, without overwhelming it. Although I do believe in consistency with hardware finishes, I must admit there is an sort of artistic quality to tastefully mixing metals in a space. It makes it feel unique. After consulting Pinterest, sourcing materials, and checking for the best prices, here are some materials that you may see in the design of The Overgrown Ranch:

An antique brass pot filler:

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Photocreds: Overstock.com

Three glass pendants such as this, with elements of antique brass and black:

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Photocreds: Overstock.com

Or something like this:

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Photocreds: Overstock.com

Grey cabinets for the island and white for the rest of the kitchen with a white/grey granite as seen here, by the DecorPad. I love how soft this is – not overly modern.

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Photocred: Decor Pad

And here, by Decoholic. Although this look feels a bit more mid-century, I think the reason is because of the light fixture and the dark grey cabinets.

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Photocreds: Decoholic

Antique bronze hardware will go on the island, and grey-ish black hardware on the white cabinets surrounding the island (think gunmetal). White farmhouse sink and antique bronze faucet, like this:

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Photocreds: Remodelista

And something like this for the powder room:

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Photocreds: Country Living

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Until Next Time…

About Katelynn

I am a raleigh real estate investor, house flipper & lover of inspiring design. My husband, Uriah, is an experienced real estate broker who specializes in project management and acquisitions. Together, we run and operate an exciting and busy company that buys & renovates houses... bringing them back to life. We buy houses (and pay cash) in Wake County and some surrounding counties around Raleigh, NC.

2 Comments

  1. Sandra Fry

    Hi there you two. I encourage you on your many talents and skills. Great job! I too love what I see on YoungHouseLove, which is where I spotted your web address. I saw YoungHouse Love through Southern Hospitality Blog. I am greatly inspired by all three businesses. And, most importantly, I encourage you to continue to follow Jesus.
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