You have both a washing machine and a clothes washer on there. Duplicate?
Your microwave will be about 500 watts higher than what it is rated at (a "700 watt" microwave draws 1200 watts). On the flip side, your fridge may be rated for 500+ watts, but it is rarely consuming that much. Get the estimated annual cost from the sticker, then break it down to daily watts.
Overall, your numbers look like overkill. I have a poorly insulated 200 year old, 2400 square foot farm house with 4 tons of A/C (two separate 30 year old 2 ton units), two full size fridges, and a hot tub that's kept at 104 degrees, 4 TVs, and 6 family members who don't have a clue how to turn anything off. We average 70kwh/day, only slightly more than what you're budgeting. Overkill normally isn't a bad thing, but in the case of batteries and solar, it's expensive.
Consider setting up your controller for that expected max, but grow into the full system by adding batteries and panels as needed. Also consider smaller dedicated inverters to cover the full-time appliances and larger ones for the occasional heavy lifting so that you're not suffering larger inverter losses all the time.