ISSUE 9  |  Cabin Fever

Steal This Look: Hudson Milliner Kitchen in New York

March 01, 2016 4:00 AM

BY Julie Carlson

Located in Hudson, New York, on Warren Street (the town’s main thoroughfare, known for its antiques shops and restaurants), The Hudson Milliner is a bed-and-breakfast from Shannon Greer (a photographer) and Charlotta Janssen (a painter and restaurateur). The building formerly housed the town’s millinery shop, and Greer and Janssen have turned it into a guesthouse that looks to us like a perfect weekend retreat. Our favorite spaces? The two kitchens, which feature reconditioned vintage ranges, plumbing pipe shelving, butcher block counters, and simple schoolhouse furniture. Get the look with the following elements.

Photography from The Hudson Milliner.

The Kitchen


Above: Greer and Janssen created DIY shelving from plumbing pipes and reclaimed wood. Home Depot has a good tutorial on Plumbing Pipe Shelving by Ethan Hagan of One Project Closer.


Above: A simple double sink, commercial-style faucet, and plumbing pipe shelving.


Above: Reconditioned vintage ranges can be sourced from Savon Appliance in Los Angeles, which specializes in Wedgwood and O’Keefe & Merritt (I once lived with a vintage O’Keefe & Merrit and loved it).

Above: On another floor of the Hudson Millinery is an eat-in kitchen.


Above: A detail of the tiled flooring.


Above: A side view of the kitchen.



Above: A patch of subway tile sits behind the wash basin. Three-by-Six-Inch Ceramic Tile is available from Subway Ceramics; inquire about showrooms and pricing.


Above: To re-create the look of the tiled floor, consider the Hexagon Patterns from American Restoration Tile.


Above: The Sektion Wall Cabinet with 2 Glass Doors in off-white is $219 at Ikea.


Above: Ikea’s Möllekulla Countertop in oak comes in pre-cut lengths; $199 for 98 by 1 1/2 inches.

Appliances and Fixtures


Above: A reconditioned O’Keefe and Merritt Stove in Bisque is available through Savon Appliance. The Antique Appliance Company, also in Los Angeles, is another good source. For a list of 26 vintage range dealers across the country, go to Retro Renovation.


Above: The Single Supply Sink Faucet from Chicago Faucets is $209.35.


Above: For a similar sink, consider Ikea’s double-bowl Domsjö Sink for $312.98.


Above: Ikea’s Rationell LED Countertop Light is $24.99 for a 16-inch light strip.

Furniture & Storage


Above: The 17th-Century Spanish Monastery Rectangular Dining Table is an off-the-shelf option for a rustic farmhouse dining table (you can source one on Etsy, eBay, or flea markets too). The table is $2,995 to $3,995 at Restoration Hardware.


Above: For a similar chair design, see the Prairie Schoolhouse Chair from K. Petersen made of solid American oak.


Above: The 30-Inch Plumbing Pipe Storage Bar is $148 at Flea Market Rx.


Above: Re-create the DIY shelving with a Plumbing Pipe Shelf Set for $82 from Flea Market Rx. Additionally, Reclaimed Goods on Etsy sells made-to-order custom black pipe shelving units; prices start at $99 for an Industrial Pipe Curio Shelf.



Above: The Leviton Stainless Steel Wallplate is $22.03 for a pack of five on Amazon.


Above: The Seagate Pitcher in white is $30 at Canvas Home in New York. For more options, see our post 10 Easy Pieces: Classic White Ceramic Pitchers.


Above: The Williams-Sonoma Stainless-Steel Multipot is $149.95.


Above: The Aplico Tulip Serving Bowl in white is $52.95 to $74.95 at Williams-Sonoma.

Steal This Look runs every Tuesday on Remodelista. Did you see A Shaker-Inspired Kitchen in London and Susie Tompkins Buell’s San Francisco Kitchen?

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on November 19, 2013, as part of our Crowd Control issue.