Devol kitchens pantry blue

One of my favorite trends right now in interior design is exposed brick. I’m seeing it more and more, and I’m loving what I’m seeing. It’s often used as an accent in a space to add texture and interest. Exposed brick adds a lot character to a room. Whether it’s painted or left untouched, it creates variety from simple painted walls. The tumbled look of brick gives dimension to a room without the need to over decorate. It also brings a mixed feeling of old and new together in more modern spaces. Today, I’m sharing examples where exposed brick is used beautifully. Maybe one will be the perfect inspiration for an upcoming project. Enjoy!

Your kitchen is beautiful! I love the clean, fresh, crisp look. I have looked and looked at your kitchen as I would love the do this very thing. We built our house 34 years ago and your cabinets look like the same style as ours which really gives me the inspiration to go forward with the painting. Our cabinets are in great shape they just need that little “pick me up” I am now holding back because we have a microwave above our stove that I would like to remove and it is a back and forth thing with the hubby and we don’t have a lot of counter space. I hope you don’t mind me asking but I don’t see a microwave in your pictures, do you have one? where do you keep it if so?

This room was not originally the kitchen, but choosing this light filled space to become the new kitchen was such a great decision, previously it had been situated at the side of the house in a darker long room which just wasn’t the kind of place you could entertain and just enjoy spending time in. The new room had really substantial original features that just made it feel grown-up and proper, wonderful high ceilings and heavy coving, big wide doors and sash windows and a beautifully weathered wooden floor with the shine of time giving it an authentic feel. The wall of fitted cupboards included a double pantry, full height fridge and freezer and cupboard storage, hiding away your appliances really gives the room a more furnished feel, less like a kitchen and more a living space, this certainly makes a kitchen more a living part of your home and the centre of the action rather than an afterthought or a place for doing chores. The table and chairs, the cut glass decanters and silver sugar bowl made this kitchen feel grand and important, the coloured cupboards, the bold tiles and the glamorous lighting were more playful, the mix worked perfectly. French doors led out onto a large wild and very pretty garden that was so private and sunny, you couldn’t have begun to imagine you were only few miles from central London, what a special place.

Paul O’Leary, founder of deVOL, says: “The Sebastian Cox kitchen by deVOL. This is a true collaboration, where the design is driven by the ethos of both partners. It just had to have some woven coppiced panels, but there is a conflict of practicality and taste here. We know our clients and some things are just too much of a stretch away from their comfort zone. Woven doors looked twiggy, bathroomy, Japanesey and hard to clean. Pristine woven beech with broad verticals, used as the back panel on glazed cabinets however, made the statement we were looking for, with none of the negatives. The doors also feel like a triumph, where the tendencies of the material govern every feature of the construction and lead to a design that looks right because it makes sense. We have come to think of this look as Urban Rustic; it brings a little bit of woodland into the city, with some style.”

Devol kitchens pantry blue

devol kitchens pantry blue

Paul O’Leary, founder of deVOL, says: “The Sebastian Cox kitchen by deVOL. This is a true collaboration, where the design is driven by the ethos of both partners. It just had to have some woven coppiced panels, but there is a conflict of practicality and taste here. We know our clients and some things are just too much of a stretch away from their comfort zone. Woven doors looked twiggy, bathroomy, Japanesey and hard to clean. Pristine woven beech with broad verticals, used as the back panel on glazed cabinets however, made the statement we were looking for, with none of the negatives. The doors also feel like a triumph, where the tendencies of the material govern every feature of the construction and lead to a design that looks right because it makes sense. We have come to think of this look as Urban Rustic; it brings a little bit of woodland into the city, with some style.”

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