A Warm Makeover For A deVOL Shaker Kitchen
British kitchen company deVOL Kitchens have given their Tysoe Street Showroom in London a warm update. This showroom was the first they opened in London in 2014. And now, eight years later they have given the kitchen a new look.
The base of this kitchen is still the same. As deVOL’s kitchen designs are so timeless, there was no need to update the Shaker cabinets painted in “Pantry Blue”. However they did give the inside of the cabinets a lick of paint with the warm “Scullery Yellow” hue.
New hardware is installed from the “Heirloom Brass” range, which adds a warmer tone than regular brass. And the white kitchen island is replaced by the Dairy Table. Take a look at the updated Shaker kitchen and compare with the before pictures at the end of the post.
The kitchen has an unusual or quirky shape but of course the designers of deVOL know how to make the most of such a room. With classic cabinets along the long walls they add loads of storage space. And the oak Dairy Table island ties it all together.
The bar stools are the Helen’s Stool and the pendant is the Heirloom Gaselier Light.
Above the stove is a deVOL Iron Pot Hanger.
The wall above the sink now has deVOL’s new cream subway tiles. These’s aren’t for sale yet, but the post will be updated when they’re released. They do give a nice warm tone to the kitchen.
I spy a lot of yellow lately, and I love that they painted the inside of these glass cabinets such a warm but sunny hue.
And this is how the kitchen looked before
When you see the before picture of this side of the kitchen you immediately notice that the new tiles add so much warmth to this corner.
The kitchen is now a lot warmer thanks to the new tilework, yellow paint, and brass hardware. Plus the new kitchen island adds a warm historic touch to the room.
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photography via deVOL – kindly shared with The Nordroom