NYC-based James Huniford is known for his work for high-end clients; we prefer his own simple kitchen in the Hamptons, featuring quirky antiques and reclaimed objects.
For Huniford, concrete countertops and earthenware pottery are a reflection of upstate New York, where he grew up admiring old stone quarries—even the kitchen trivets are stone slabs. We've highlighted the essential elements below.
Above: The kitchen is accented with a collection of various earthenware pieces and a vase overflowing with silvery Senecio cineraria (Dusty Miller). Photo via James Huniford.
Above: The Viking Wall Mount Canopy Range Hood is $1,329 at AJ Madison.
Above: The Viking Professional Custom Series Gas Range VGCC5488BSS in stainless steel is $7,599 at AJ Madison.
Above: Traditional Churchman's Kitchen Pillar Taps; £109.99 at Chrome Tap & Showers.
The Sugatsune FT-120 Classic-Style Medium Pull measures 4 3/16 inches; $26 at Knobs & Hardware.
Above: The Artisan Mixing Bowl Set from Emile Henry is earthenware that has been dipped in an olive glaze; $99.95 for set of three from Williams-Sonoma. Another option is the Mason Cash Mixing Bowl; $27.41 at Amazon.
Above: Slate Epicurean Spoons are made from a wood-fiber composite; $9.95 each at Sur La Table.
Above: The Sori Yanagi–designed Tea Kettle is $150 from Mjölk in Toronto.
Above: Fog Linen Work's Medium Linen Coating Rectangle Tray; $26 from Mr. Kitly.
Above: Pillivuyt Barrel Pitcher in porcelain; $99 at Williams-Sonoma.