Rock The Block: Love The Look, How To Get It


Competing on this season of HGTV's #RocktheBlock was an incredibly challenging, yet rewarding experience. Spoiler alert: even though we didn't take home the big prize and leave our names on the street, I'm really proud of the design choices that Jeremiah and I made to create a layered, livable home for just about any family. We worked with some of our favorite, trusted vendors on this project, all of whom have our thanks for their participation and willingness to get on this crazy ride with us. Read on for the full resource guide, episode by episode.

Episode 1: The Kitchen

Brass & glass shelving with integrated lighting: Bananas & Hammocks
Lanterns: Circa Lighting
Panel-ready refrigerator/freezer: Liebherr via Almo Appliances
Cabinet paint: Portola Paints, NItty Gritty
Vintage French bar stools with hide seats: 1stDibs
Custom island: Paddy Collins
Roman Shades: The Shade Store

Episode 2: Main Floor / Living Area

Living Room: Pinky's Iron Doors
Antique French Limestone Mantel: The French Legacy
Wall Lights: Circa Lighting
Curved Sofa: Modshop

Shearline Chairs: 1stDibs
Parlor Lounce: Black & White Tile Floor: Paris Ceramics
Armchair: Living Spaces
Ceiling/Wall Paint: Portola Paints, Forest Floor in Roman Clay

Episode 3: Bedroom Suites

Main Bedroom
Drapery Wall: Nate Berkus Paloma in Seasont, The Shade Store
Chandelier: Circa Lighting

Main Bathroom
Tile Floor: Paris Ceramics
Mirrors: Rouse Home
Custom Vanities: Paddy Collins
Vanity Sconces: Circa Lighting
Ceiling Fixture: Lantern & Scroll
Roman Shade: Nate Berkus Paloma in Seastone, The Shade Store

Episode 4: Basement

Pinky's Iron Doors
Chairs, Coffee Table + Settee: Living Spaces
Gate-Leg Wood Table: King Galleries

Episode 5: Exterior

Episode 6: Finale / Bonus Space

Theater Room Drapery Walls: The Shade Store
Laurel Jet Accent Chairs: Nate + Jeremiah for Living Spaces
Ceiling Light: Lantern & Scroll
Vintage Drafting Table: King Galleries
Wall Sconces: Rouse Home

Our thanks again to the many people who helped pull this off.

Images courtesy of Red Barn Homes, Nate Berkus & Jeremiah Brent.