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January 03, 2018

Our "Classic" White Kitchen Design | Marble Countertops, Wood Island Top, Brass Pulls & Lanterns

Our Kitchen Details

I've been meaning to write this post since we moved into our new kitchen last summer.  Sorry : )  I often get emails asking about the details of our design and I thought it would be easier if I had one nice post to direct everyone with questions.  When we were designing the kitchen (and the rest of the house), I remember being very overwhelmed by all of the decisions to be made.  All of the decisions.  We often look around at our kitchen now and say, there were probably one thousand decisions made in this one room.  

Thankfully, I don't have any regrets when it comes to our kitchen (or the rest of the house).  I'm glad we splurged where we did, and I'm glad we saved where we could.  I absolutely love this kitchen.  I love that the finishes are polished enough to feel elegant, but the warmth makes it feel little country-cottagey, too.  It is a breeze to work in efficiently.  It feels cozy on a Sunday morning, but is big and open enough to handle a large party, too.  While the entire kitchen is "white on white" we added warmth through the creamy paint color (Navajo White), brass, marble and warm wood island top to make it feel homey and warm.

All of the resources are listed at the end of the post.  I tried to include everything, but I'm sure I left something out.  Let me know if I missed something!

Take a tour of our entire house (in progress...) here.

This was the original plan for how I would organize my kitchen.  I posted it here with more details on the layout and cabinetry design.  You will see as I go through the post, it changed a bit when we unpacked and as we continue to live and work in the space.

This is the baking corner that looks to the backyard.  Most of my photos for the blog and store are taken right here.  The back porch overhang is the perfect filter for pretty light through these windows.  Not only is cooking in this kitchen delightful, but working here is so much easier and more natural.  I used to have to stage food and product photos in other parts of the house.   Now it is a much more natural process for me to be able to take pretty photos as I go without having to change locations.

This is the layout of the kitchen, as drawn by the cabinetry designer.  This can be helpful if you are looking for measurements for scale.

Walls & Trim : Benjamin Moore Navajo White Satin

Countertops : Arabescata Veneto Marble with Honed Finish

Hardware : Martha Stewart Bedford Brass from Home Depot

Windows : Anderson 400

Paint Color Details : You can see all of the paint colors for our house, here.

Bread Board Collection

Charging Drawer
I love this charging drawer!  In every house we lived in before, we had a countertop dedicated to charging... and things just end up piling up in that spot - mail, keys, junk.  This drawer just gave all of those things a place.  So, instead of planning for the ipad to have a spot on the counter to charge, we planned for a spot that would put away - charging.

We charge the ipads, the wireless speaker and my iphone.  Of course, it is also a place for keys, lip gloss, sunglasses, tablets and pens.  Of course this drawer doesn't always look like this.  There is always a needed purge about once every season.  I tend to put it off, but when I do it takes 5 minutes and I feel so much better.

This is what the back of the drawer looks like.  We had our electrician hardwire an outlet and powerstrip in the back of the drawer.  So much better than this tangle of cords on top of the counter.  We never open the drawer all of the way out, so we never see this cord mess unless we need to ; )

Baking Counter

This corner of the kitchen works so well for me.  I love that it is a couple of steps away from the rest of the kitchen.  It gives me so much room to stretch out and get messy, and everything I need  for baking is within arms reach.

Our kitchen wouldn't be complete without Emma's chair close by that she uses to stand and help.  It comes in handy for me, too, when I need to reach to a top shelf.  When we moved in the house, I bought a set of unfinished childrens chairs and a table, then applied the finish myself.

Left to right : Kitchen Aid attachments, Copper Biscuit Cutter, Petite & Small Paper Tart Pans, Rubber Spatulas, measuring cups, Brown & White Cupcake Papers, Jumbo Pastry Tips, Scoops and Disposable Pastry Bags.


These are my favorite Large Disposable Piping Bags to put muffin batter in.  I make it ahead of time and keep them in the freezer.

All of these items have recently been restocked in my store (found in Baking Supplies) this week.

The Baking Sheets & Parchment Paper are stored vertically, here to the left of the baking counter.  This photo was taken before I added the natural parchment paper to my store.

Shop my Baking Supplies >

On the right side of the baking counter, is the area for the small appliances.  Originally, I thought I would work in the kitchen and keep a printer and files here, but since I've relocated my office to the mudroom, this area opened up.  I actually can't imagine working in the kitchen now - not sure what I was thinking!  I think before I had always just perched at the counter with my laptop and sipped coffee while I worked all day.  I was so used to not having a proper space to work that I couldn't imagine being anywhere else.  You can see what my office space in the mudroom looks like, here.

As you can see at the end of the baking counter is our coffee and tea station.  Above, in the glass front, are the coffee cups, below the coffee and tea is kept in the drawer.   You can see into the mudroom/my office space through the dutch door.  We only installed the bottom of the dutch door to leave the top open.  Mr. Darcy has a doggy door in the mudroom to the back yard, so, if it is muddy, then I shut the dutch door so he can come in from the backyard to food and water, but can't track mud all over the house...

This photo was taken a couple of weeks ago.  You might notice in the photo at the top, that Mr. Darcy has since had a haircut ; )

The Creamware Platters on the wall are part of a six piece collection, here >

We were sure to have the above cabinetry at a specific height so that we could open the top of the kuerig machine - which was not the case in our last kitchen.  We always had to move it out from underneath the cabinet for it to work.


Island Wood Top : Clear Alder Wood Wide Plank

Finish : Minwax Provincial Stain + Marine Satin Finish Sealer

Sink : Signature Hardware Reinhard 30" Sink, White

Faucet : Rohl Perrin & Rowe Bridge Faucet in Polished Nickel

Kitchen Bottles : These are part of my Clean Bottles Collection (recently restocked).

The small tray (holding the dish soap) is here >

Kitchen Bottles : 
About my Everyday Essential Bottles Collection :
Half of you are going to think I am crazy (you have too much time on your hands, blah, blah...).  The other half are going to say - "Yes! This is what I've been looking for!" just like me.  I have always wanted clean, fresh bottles with clean fresh labels for every single bottle in my house.  Like most things, I thought if I want it, there is likely a group (of you!) out there that are on the same page.  
It took me about 20 minutes to fill all of the bottles from my collections (Kitchen, Cleaning, Laundry & Bath and Shower) and it was so gratifying to get rid of all of those brightly colored, tacky bottles designed to grab your attention in the Target aisle.  Now, when I look under the sink, or in my shower, or in my laundry room I am no longer confronted with those red, black, green, orange and bright blue labels, but these soothing clean bottles.  Everything already feels more organized.  They can also help us reduce our footprint by buying in bulk (less packaging to recycle) and buying in bulk means running less errands... something I detest.  Have I convinced you yet?  You know you will love them.  
I designed the packaging to be subtle and classic - no bright colors or distracting labels to take away from your beautiful kitchen.  These bottles come bank and empty, ready to be labeled (included) and filled with your favorite products.

Piles of Tea Towels kept in the drawer to the left.

We have a small microwave inserted into a cubby that has an outlet.  I really don't like microwaves, so I didn't want to spend any $ on a super nice one or give it much of a priority in our kitchen, so this worked perfectly.  Bonus, Emma thinks it is her own personal oven, since she can reach it easily.


Below, I keep our to-go cups.  We have Clear Cups & Lids (50 for $12) and Straws for smoothies or water togo (instead of bottled) and we have White Paper Cups and Lids (50 for $12) for coffee, cider and hot chocolate as we head out the door.

In the drawer above the cups, I keep Emma's plates and bowls for snacks.  I like that it is at her level so she can help herself - it makes her feel more independent.

The Brass Lanterns are from Cape Cod Lantern Co.  You might remember we installed a larger version in our old dinning room (that now hangs in our bedroom).  It is called the Concord Lantern and is made by hand in Cape Cod.  We bought it right after we moved back from Concord, Mass to bring a little piece of our New England journey into our new home (especially appropriate, as it is a Cape Cod style house... just in Kansas!).

You can read more about our lighting decisions for the rest of the house, here.

Millwork Details :

I was very specific with our cabinetry designer that I wanted the crown mouldings to wrap around the entire room.  I wanted the kitchen to feel built into the room, not added or separate.  We had to plan extensively for this, making decisions on the mouldings before the cabinets were built to make sure there was room to fit the 10" crown treatment that wraps the walls, cabinets and the beams.  I think great millwork details are really what makes our kitchen feel completely custom.  We included a Furniture Base Trim at the base of the cabinets, which is different from a typical open toe kick.  Again, makes the kitchen feel more built-in and finished.
Backsplash & Bracket Details :

The backsplash on the counter area is painted wooden beadboard, while it is bone subway tile behind the range.  We have wooden brackets accenting the cabinetry around the range, also, which adds to the "country kitchen" feel.

Inset Cabinetry : We chose to upgrade to inset cabinetry (about a 15% increase) because it turns out every single photo I had pinned had inset cabinetry.  It was a fairly pricey upgrade, considering it didn't really add any function, but it was the "look" I was going for.  You can read about the decision making process here, as I debated inset versus overlay.  I'm glad we chose inset for the kitchen (and our master vanity, we used overlay in the mudroom to save) because it really adds to the finished look of our kitchen and the "old fashioned" "built-in" and "original" look we were trying to achieve.

To the right of the stove, I keep all of my wooden cooking utensils in a white pitcher.  I also keep this basket with linen tea towels and fresh fruit.

To the left of the stove, we keep the knives, small bowl of seas sea salt and pouring dispenser of olive oil, for easy access while cooking.

Handled Tray and Maple Cheese Tray, here >

Below this area (next to the fridge and across from the dishwasher for convenience), I keep our storage containers.  These are a lifesaver.  They keep this area so organized and neat.  The glass are used for leftovers - great for reheating in the microwave.  The plastic containers get everything from freezer items, fresh fruit to grated parmesan cheese or a homemade vinaigrette.


In the drawer to the right of the stove, we keep the rest of the cooking utensils.  I have a thing about not having many plastic or colorful utensils - just looks neater when everything sort of goes together and has a place.  I also make a point of only having one (sometimes 2) of everything (except wooden spoons).

Below the kitchen utensils, the pots and pans.  Are you suprised to see that I only own 6 pots and pans?  (Besides the Staub dutch oven I keep on the stovetop.)  We registered for this set of All-Clad for our wedding and have never needed another pan yet.  The only thing I've added is a cast iron skillet.  I am a big advocate of pairing down your kitchen to the essentials - it makes being in the kitchen so much easier if you don't have to dig around for what you need.

And above, the spice cabinet... it never looks this neat, unfortunately : )

Now for my favorite.  I love this area of our kitchen!
This is the hutch that holds all of the pretties and everything we need to set the table.  It is also conveniently located across the way from the dishwasher for easy unloading.  

These long flat drawers hold all of our flatware and linens.

I love collecting, mixing and matching flatware.   The set to left is a silver plate set we received for our wedding.  The service set next to that with the wooden serving spoons and knives are antique, and were an old family friends'.  The Laguiole Ivory Handles are available, here.  The set all the way to the right is a basic set from Pottery Barn - maybe their catering set?   In total, we have enough to do full place settings for 20.  

And then, the linens... my favorite part.

Since I have new linen collections in my store every season, I've amassed quite a collection...

Shop the Linen Collection, here >

These are the napkins that we use for dinner every night.  They aren't always ironed, though ; )

My newest favorite are above (all the way to the left), the Olive Block Print Napkins, 4 for $32.  They are going to be perfect for family dinners this fall.

We keep all of our dishes, china, platters and glasses in this cabinet.  It is so great to have everything for setting the table, just across from the dining table.  It is helpful that it is not in direct flow with the kitchen, so when I am cooking, Emma and Mike can set the table without crossing my path... also very helpful when entertaining.

We have all basic white plates and bowls, with a couple of additions of some ice cream bowls that Emma likes.

Our runner is from Ballard Designs.  I thought I'd need a new one every year (after muddy paws and spaghetti sauce drips), but I just took this out to the back yard and scrubbed it and power washed it and it looks great.  I have an oriental runner that is full of rich colors that I'll move here in the fall and winter.  You can see photos of what the kitchen (and the rest of the house) looked like for Christmas, here.
Resources : 

Walls & Trim : Benjamin Moore Navajo White Satin

Countertops : Arabescata Veneto Marble with Honed Finish

Hardware : Martha Stewart Bedford Brass from Home Depot

Windows : Anderson 400

Paint Color Details : You can see all of the paint colors for our house, here.

Brass Lanterns : Concord Lanterns (Small) in Antique Brass from Cape Cod Lighting Co.

Island :

Island Wood Top : Clear Alder Wood Wide Plank

Finish : Minwax Provincial Stain + Marine Satin Finish Sealer

Sink : Signature Hardware Reinhard 30" Sink, White

Faucet : Rohl Perrin & Rowe Bridge Faucet in Polished Nickel

Range : Verona Range

Kitchen Bottles : These are part of my Clean Bottles Collection.

Small Tray : The small tray (holding the dish soap) is here >

Large Handled Tray : Large Tray and Maple Cheese Tray, here >

The Spring Collection

Each morning I take a walk with Mr. Darcy.  While gauzed as my "workout" this daily ritual gives me a chance to quietly observe the seasonal changes.  February is truly a winter month here, but there are small signs of awakening.  Amongst the brown grass, small bits of new green sprigs are starting to break through, tips of daffodils are emerging just a tiny bit, and the birds are back and they are singing.

The beginning of March brings all of the changes of spring that I love the most - the season before the season.  I love to watch the slow reveal of each new flowering bulb - first the crocus, then the daffodils, then the hyacinth and finally the tulips.  The trees aren't just grey sticks any longer, if you look closely you can see their new buds slightly shading their branches.  Our maple trees look almost red with their tiny buds, and Emma's cherry tree has deep pink buds that will be blossoms in a months time.  I also love to obsess over my peonies.  Right now, you can go in your garden and see the teeniest deep fuchsia shoots poking through the dirt.  And the dirt, I live for the scent of the fresh, damp mud that hangs in the air during the pre-spring season.

Every season brings a fresh beginning, but none quite like Spring.  This is the time of year when I want everything simple, clean and fresh inside.  I want my windows open and each room to be filled with light.  This collection reflects that feeling of freshness for your home and Easter celebrations this Spring.

Spring Changes

This year has been one of exciting moves for my business.  You all read about The School House that will by my business' new head quarters.  We're working to have it up and running next month!  Another new avenue I'm traveling down is offering more custom designed products.  I've been at this for a while now, and I find that the only time I'm really able to offer you exactly what I want is if I design it myself.    I'm moving to an almost entire store of completely custom collections designed by me, just for my store.   In the Spring Collection, you'll see some of my newest custom products and some classics. 

Not only am I interested in bringing you my custom designs, but I also want them made in a way that feels good.  I want the products that I offer to be made by someone that loves making them and that makes them in a way that they'll last forever.

I've partnered with a local service organization, Rightfully Sewn.  They seek out under-employed, and sometimes at-risk women and train them as seamstresses and pair them up with businesses like mine so they are able to work for themselves.  The custom designs and quality they've been able to offer me are beyond what I've had available before.  

I feel so blessed to be one of their partners and have plans to help them to continue to grow with me.  You will be blown away at the quality of the stitching, zippers and hand-pressing of each item.  And look at my new cute tags!  It all feels very official.  And the entire process gives me the warm fuzzies, which is the entire idea - all the way around.  I want the entire process of my business from inspiration, to design, to production, to fulfillment to feel good and solid and right.

Creamy and classic, the Natural Check Pillows are perfect for brightening our sofa for spring.  Offered in 22" & 20" Squares that are self-piped and self-backed, and in a Rectangle that is piped and backed with a natural oatmeal.

Here is a close-up shot of the natural oatmeal backing and piping featured on the Rectangle pillow.

The Square 22" & 20" is self backed and piped in the natural check.

The Spa Check is in between a blue and a green - in the best way.  It is such a soothing color - almost neutral, but in an airy, breezy way.  Like the Natural Check, the Square Pillows have a matching check back, while the Rectangle has a natural oatmeal backing and piping.

What is more charming than a pair of Wellie Boots?  They are nostalgic, yet modern, seemingly child-like yet utilitarian for any adult that enjoys the outdoors, alike.  This paper collection of tags, tablets and cards will add that sweet, charming touch to a gift.  I set the kids' Easter table with a tablet at each place, ready for drawing.  I'm also using it as my official tablet for the School House.  
Tags : Set of 10
Tablets : 50 pages
Card & Envelope Boxed Sets : Set of 10

Here I've used a Spa Check Napkin as a liner for an Easter basket.  A tea towel would be easily used, as well.  For a little color, I add a simple tied Pool Satin Ribbon on the top of the basket.

Spa Check Tea Towel
Cello Bags
Grosgrain Ribbon
Wellie Boots Short Tablet

Pool Satin Ribbon

I have loved this Pool Paper-Source ribbon for years.  Like almost 20 years.  I use it with kraft paper to wrap gifts, to tie on cello bags and everything else.  The color is just fabulous - not to saturated, just the right shade of blue.  It is a bit of a splurge, but a little goes a long way.
Small : 1/4", 10 yards
Large : 1 1/2", 10 yards

I set the Kids' Table with a Spa Check Runner folded in half.  Each setting has a Wellie Boots Short Tablet.

Creamware Creamers holding daffodils and colored pencils act as the interactive centerpieces.

Creamware Creamers, Set of 5
Wellie Boots Short Tablet
Pool Satin Ribbon
Natural Check Napkin
Spa Check Runner

At the dining table, I featured the Natural Check linens, using the long and wide runner with the napkins.  I love this rustic, gardeny setting.  It feels elegant but also feel a bit like you're lunching in the potting shed.  Use a collection of vessels for flowers, and bring some outdoor pots inside for that fresh from the garden feel.  The monochromatic creams and pale yellow make this a really lovely scheme.

Natural Check Runner
Natural Check Napkins
Creamware Creamers Collection of 5
Classic Cream & Sugar Set
Creamware Platters

Each setting is tied with a Grosgrain Ribbon and a Garden Tool tag as the place card.

Natural Check Napkins, Set of 4
Garden Tool Tag
Grosgrain Ribbon

The Creamware Platters have been restocked.  They are a favorite all year long, but the creaminess is especially Springy to me.  Great for entertaining and for display, as you can see on our walls and hutch.

As a favor, each guest receives this charming hyacinth wrapped in a Natural Check Napkin, and tied with the same Grosgrain Ribbon and Garden Tool Tag.

Garden Tool Stationery Collection

I love this stationery suite because it is rustic enough to use to label your gardening supplies or make out your to-do list in the garden, but still elegant enough to use on your Easter table.  I think it would be perfect for a springtime gift to a friend - maybe a potted plant or a favorite packet of seeds.   
Tags : Set of 10
Tablets : 50 pages
Card & Envelop Boxed Sets : 10

Natural Check Tea Towel, $10

Easter Basket Essentials : Grosgrain

I've added some essential ribbons in pastel colors, perfect for Easter.  All of these color coordinate with both the Natural and the Spa Check Linen Collection.  I know that we all love ivories mixed with these colors, but we also know our kids will love some hues that are a little more fun.  Emma, for instance, will love the Lilac Grosgrain on her basket.  I'll probably accent the basket with the Spa Check Tea Towel, then tie her treats up with the Lilac ribbon.

This is the perfect Easter Kids' Table craft - all of the supplies needed to make a Bunny & Pom Garland you can use year after year.
Kit includes pre-cut shapes, yarn pre-strung with poms.  Makes 1 garland approx 12 feet with 12 bunnies each 5x5".

Bunny Paper Dolls Kit 

Speaking of colorful...  These will be right up Emma's alley!  Each season she makes some decorations for our home.  Today after school, she's going to work on these and apply them to our french doors in the kitchen.    She will love the bright, fun colors, and I can't wait to see how she adds a little personality to each one of these bunnies.  I'm sure some of them will have Jo-Jo bows... if you know what that is, then you know what I mean ; )

12 bunnies

This might be just the thing for you to add to your Easter Baskets, or cello bags to give them a little Easter spirit.  Great for class gifts!
An Easter Collection isn't complete without mention of Granny's Bunny Cake!  This year, I have the perfect Deep 8-inch Cake Pan that will make a delightfully plump bunny.


  1. Absolutely lovely... I loved having your house as "inspiration" while we were building. It helped me far more than you know!! Hope all is well, maybe we will see you guys sometime this fall.

  2. Anonymous11:53 AM

    Great post. There is absolutely nothing like a white kitchen - love yours. You should be designing kitchens. It seems you thought of everything. Wonderful layout - open and yet very functional.

  3. Such a perfect kitchen! Everything is perfect and an inspiration for me, too, as I am working on some simple renos in my kitchen and paring down also.

  4. Such an amazing kitchen! Do you mind sharing the information on the kitchen island chairs and the chair in your mud room.

  5. So lovely! Thanks for sharing all the details--very inspiring!

  6. Jenny,
    I have followed your blog for some time now and it was so fun keeping up with all of the design decisions that went into your remodel. It's absolutely one of my favorites! I share your thoughts on keeping only what you use in your kitchen. Our kitchen is small and it was essential that I pare down to the essentials. I've not missed any of the gadgets that I used to own and use maybe once a year, if that.
    Thanks for this tour and for inspiring me to clean up my utensils drawer! :-)

  7. Jenny, this is absolutely gorgeous! Thank you so much for taking the time to create this post for us. You have a classic, timeless taste which I love. Your kitchen (well, home, to be honest) is inspiration for my home.

    I'm curious about 2 items-- I know you mentioned you have no regrets on the kitchen, but how do you like the marble? Does it stain easily if pasta sauce or wine accidentally gets on it? And do you like the dark walnut stain on your floors? We have dark walnut LVT in our rental and it shows drops more than I like but I love the color. Thank you again!

  8. Thanks for this post. It was great and very helpful. Just a question: what kind of plates do you have? The plain white ones? Thanks.

  9. Absolutely beautiful. I love everything about your kitchen. As a matter of fact, I have the same Williams Sonoma dinner plates, cups and pasta bowls. (At least, I think that's what those are.) And I have the same French glasses! Bought long before I ever saw your blog. I do have one question: in your utensil drawer, do you mind sharing where you found the wooden organizer trays? And I noticed an adorable little spatula. It looks like the size I've been looking for ... perfect for small batches of brownies and cakes. Do you sell this spatula in your store? Thanks!

  10. Anonymous4:59 PM

    Jenny...Thank you for sharing the post. I am beginning a kitchen remodel and had planned to email the same questions you addressed.
    I am curious too about your marble and if you sealed it yourself or had it professionally done? I love the tones of your marble and your kitchen is beautiful! Thank you again for sharing an informative and beautiful post. Sue

  11. Wow! Love this! Very inspiring. Thanks for sharing :)

  12. I, too, wonder about the marble. We have it in out bathroom and I am forever fighting water marks and vow never again!

  13. Fabulous post! Having been blessed to design two kitchens now, I find kitchen design endlessly fascinating. You made some well thought out decisions! Bravo!

  14. Gorgeous! Is the basket with the loops beside your utensils jug from your store or elsewhere?

  15. Love your kitchen! You did an amazing job! Just wondering where you have your pantry/food storage?

  16. Do you mind sharing the source for the barstools. They are a lovely windsor.

  17. Anonymous1:24 PM

    Gorgeous! Minor detail question regarding the Ballard the border the Khaki shade?

  18. I could look at photos of your kitchen/hearth room all day! It is so classically beautiful! My dream kitchen! Thank you for sharing this post with all of your admiring readers!

  19. Anonymous9:36 AM

    Would you mind sharing your source for the Windsor bar stools?

  20. so lovely! can you shed some light on how you decided to put your sink in the island vs, say, looking out a window? i'm just curious on how it flows for you. thank you!

  21. Jenny, so love your kitchen. I noticed that I didn't see where you listed your cabinet maker. I am in the process of doing a kitchen makeover and surprisingly your cabinets are the style I want and also have decided on inset ones. We are seniors and do not want to over design in price for our neighborhood but want a comfortable and pleasing feeling in our design. The process is so daunting. We want to save as much as we can without skimping on having good quality. It does not have to be the best out there.Do we let local national stores do this or hire a cabinet company to do the remodel. Could you share the name of your cabinet company. Any ideas would be welcomed. Love your blog! Thank you for your time sharing with your readers.

  22. Anonymous4:51 PM


    I love the chairs at your kitchen bar. I was wondering where you purchased them?

  23. Kelly H.9:06 AM

    Wow, I love your kitchen so much and it's so nice of you to share all these sources! Your kitchen is actually how I found you, it was a pin on Pinterest that linked to your wonderful blog! Love every single detail!

  24. I'm so glad I found this post! I'm wanting to update my kitchen and currently have Benjamin Moore Navajo White on all of our cabinets and trim throughout the entire house. I'd like to update our kitchen with white countertops and white subway tile backsplash but have been worried about how the white will mix with the BM Navajo White since this is a little creamy. Any tips, tricks, suggestions, discoveries you learned along the way as you paired whites with your Navajo White?


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