Home Products I Love
Below you will find short descriptions of a handful of my favorite home products. Most of these products are linked to a retailer where you can purchase these products. Some are affiliate links. All products, whether affiliate or not, are products I love and recommend. My list of favorite home products is continually updated, so check back often!
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01 | Kitchen
This undermount, single bowl sink is wide and deep. I love it because you can have a whole day’s worth of dirty dishes hiding in here and no one will know. It easily holds my big pots, pans, and cookie sheets, which makes cleaning them less of a drag. The best price I found for this beast of a sink is on Amazon.
Ruvati Faucet Polished Chrome
I love our Ruvati kitchen faucet. Clean and simple. Though the one I bought is no longer available, this Kraus Faucet is similar.
I had considered getting all white quartz countertops, but Jim talked me out of it. I’m glad we went with Atlantic Salt instead. It’s still light and has a modern feel, but all the specks of grey do a really good job at hiding the spilled food/crumbs, etc. until I’m ready to wipe them down.
I keep our flour, sugar, dried beans, rice, and whole wheat flour in these large jars on a shelf in our kitchen. They aren’t airtight though — not a good storage container if you want a long-term food storage solution.
I recently started using this cast iron skillet and I love it! Because it retains heat well I find that searing meats works better in here than any other pan/skillet. It is not meant to go in the dishwasher though, so keep that in mind if you don’t enjoy scrubbing dishes by hand.
When we renovated our kitchen I made sure we swapped out the old electric stove for a gas range. Our Samsung gas range has been great.
These are actually the affordable wooden bar stools from Ikea. Jim and I sawed off a few inches from each leg to make them the correct height, then primed and painted the stools yellow to add a pop of color into our mostly white and grey kitchen.
We bought these from Ikea–the Fagleboda drawer pulls, which they stopped making, though I see you can still get them on Amazon.
02 | Bathroom
At $2.99/square foot, penny tile is a pretty affordable option to cover your walls.
This Pfister Venturi brushed nickel faucet is the one I picked out when we remodeled the powder room.
03 | Home Furnishings
Dash and Albert Stair Runner
This indoor/outdoor rug has held up really well (even with four kids!) and provides a some traction on our wood stairs.
I love the style of this ceiling fixture–a mix of modern, industrial and farmhouse all in one.
04 | Home Cleaning
90% of the floors in our home are hardwood, so this is a must. I love our bissell steam mop.
I LOVE this stuff. I once left my cast iron skillet on my countertop overnight without realizing the bottom was still wet. In the morning when I picked it up, the counter had a large rust stain that WOULD NOT come off. After some googling, Soft Scrub with bleach was what I found to be recommended, and it worked. I love using this to clean my kitchen and bathroom.
05 | Bedroom
Kids Bed Sheets
These are the sheets in my daughter’s DIY twin bed–so I can’t vouch for their level of warmth/comfort–but I love the graphic pattern of hand-drawn forest animals. Though I purchased them at Target, they are no longer listed for sale.
06 | Organization
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