All of the appliances that we purchased are Kitchen Aid, with the exception of the vent hood, which is Vent-A-Hood. Since our city has a requirement of installing make up HVAC ventilation for vent hoods over 300CFM, we looked to Albert Lee to find us a hood that met the requirements. The particular model that we picked is 250CFM, eliminating the need for rework on the ventilation in our house - a good thing, after we hemorrhaged some funds to get the cabinets into finished condition.
|Kitchen Aid dishwasher|
|Kitchen Aid 5 burner gas range with Vent-A-Hood vent hood|
|Kitchen Aid microwave & wall oven combo|
|Kitchen Aid fridge|
|Master shower with frameless shower glass|
|Master vanity - one of the sconce shades broke and we're waiting on a replacement|
|Kohler Bancroft Monoblock lavatory faucets in the master bath|
|Kohler Bancroft Monoblock lavatory faucet with Pental Alpine Quartz in the powder room|
|Moen prep sink faucet with Kohler cast iron undermount sink|
|Kichler 8 inch Retro Mini Pendants above the island and an $80 drum pendant from Overstock above the dining area|
|Foyer pendant by Rejuvenation|
|Semi flush schoolhouse style light by World Imports in the transitional space between master bedroom and master bath|
Once I have pictures of all of the lights in the house, I'll be doing a separate post on which lights we chose and why. Stay tuned!