ISSUE 91  |  The Nonchalant Kitchen

A Shaker-Inspired Kitchen in London

September 24, 2013 9:00 AM

BY Julie Carlson

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What a clever (and easy-to-nick idea) from UK-based deVol Kitchens; suspending a wood laundry drying rack over the range for hanging cleaning implements and drying tea towels.

Above: A classic Esse range anchors the space.

Above: The trim and cabinetry is painted in deVol’s custom Mushroom paint with Lagoon Silestone worktops.

Above: A mounted shelf provides wall storage (no overcounter kitchen cabinets necessary). For a similar kitchen faucet, consider the Franke Manor House Bridge Faucet ($959 at AJ Madison. For the best farmhouse sinks out there, consult 10 Easy Pieces: White Kitchen Farmhouse Sinks.

Above: The drying rack suspended over the range provides an area for drying dishtowels and kitchen cloths.

Above: Cabinets are painted in deVol’s  Mushroom paint; for something similar, consider Spring Thaw from Benjamin Moore or Elephant’s Breath from Farrow & Ball.

Above: deVol’s custom Painted Knobs are $7 each

Above: The worktops are made from Lagoon Silestone.

Above: The Esse Range Cooker comes in gas, electric, oil, and even wood-burning models. Go to Esse for more information.

Above: The Laundry Maid from Devol starts at £195.

Above: StudioPatro’s 100 percent linen handprinted Cook Everyday Tea Towel is $24.

Above: The Country Rustic Enamelware Colander is $18 from Amazon (for something silmiar, also consider the white enamel Gemak Colander for $9.95 at Ikea).

Above: Organic Cotton Scrub Cloths; $20 for a set of three from Terrain.

 

 

Kaufmann Mercantile Sussex Garden Trug, Gardenista  

Above: The Sussex Garden Trug is handmade by Thomas Smith in East Sussex, England. This version is made of rot-resistant Sweet Chestnut and Cricket Bat Willow wood fastened with durable (and attractive) copper tacks and nails; $129 at Kaufmann Mercantile.