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Rustic Kitchen Design

Homeowners who love old wood know the treasures that even the most battered old planks hold: the lasting beauty of the past that, in the right setting, shines a special aura on everything around it.
Jane Flanagan of Boxford knows the appeal of wood’s natural character. When she and her husband, Ed, decided it was time for a new kitchen, they found kindred spirits in interior designer Holly Gagne and cabinetmakers Jewett Farms + Co., makers of fine cabinetry.
Today the couple’s kitchen, part of an addition designed by Benjamin Nutter Architects, is a pristine melding of new and old, woven together with
exquisitely worn barnboard that shows up in cabinetry, doors, and furniture. The wood’s gray-toned beauty only deepens with the sunshine that wash through the wide expanses of glass opening a view to the backyard. Pieces of pottery are placed here and there, each one allowed to shine in its own unique beauty. The ceramics on display, in fact, influence much of the design of the English-inspired space, says Gagne, the principal of Holly Gagne Design in Rowley and a frequent collaborator with Jewett Farms, headquartered in York, Maine, and now also in the Boston Design Center.

Gagne recalls her first visits with Jane Flanagan to hammer out a plan. “Jane was very directed in her vision,” Gagne recalls. “She pulled out accessories, including a lot of ceramics.” The combination of ceramic tile and pottery and other accessories drove the color palette and material textures: “It was so good in helping us establish the aesthetic, what she wanted the feel to be. Jane’s vision set us on a strong design path from day one.”
The reclaimed barnboard became a natural way to balance an air of rusticity with a classic, clean European look. Sourced from a demolished barn in Ohio, the barnboard rendered the color and texture that only natural factors can provide—time, weather, and sun. The planks were not easy to find. “Many of them were too rustic or not the right style,” Gagne says. “Jane wanted minimalist and clean, but also rustic.”
Jewett Farms woodworkers treated the wood as an art form, patiently shaping the fragile, often warped, boards and meticulously mitering the corners, without affecting the face of the boards.
The character of the wood, along with the handcrafted tile and the Flanagans’ beautiful kitchenware, called for a hand-touched, accessible mood, Gagne says. “I always try to incorporate natural materials into design. Here I wanted clean lines, too. It felt right for the house and the suburban setting.”
A few key design techniques establish the clean, modern farmhouse look. Open shelving was one. “Many people are consumed with filling a kitchen with cabinetry, to have maximum storage,” Gagne says. The open-shelf concept allows a feeling of minimalism where materials can be focal points, she says. “Every cabinet was thought out with regard to what specifically was going where; this was critical to ensure the minimalist feel would actually be successful for their everyday use.”

Another technique is the mingling of the barnboard and clean, white cabinets. The kitchen island, facing the sink, plays up the stark contrast, with the barn siding wrapped around crisp white slab-style drawers and topped with white quartz. The wall above the stove has clean-lined floating shelves and eye-catching hand-glazed tile. Throughout, cupped pulls and lanterns lean toward the traditional and maintain the clean lines.
The apron sink, with its exposed front-facing side, was a perfect complement to the barnboard. Underneath, furniture feet lend a touch of elegant simplicity.
Nutter, whose architectural offices are in Topsfield and Portsmouth, New Hampshire, was completely on board with the tone set by the Flanagans and Gagne. Nutter had the advantage of a history with the Flanagans; his firm had renovated a house for them when the couple’s sons—now grown—were toddlers. “Jane has an excellent sense of design,” Nutter says. “She also has the ability to maintain a consistent design clarity throughout the home.”
Nutter worked with Gagne, Jewett Farms, and general contractor Sean Scanlon of Scanlon Contracting Co. in Hamilton to craft the concept of the renovation—opening up the first-floor rooms and linking them visually—as well as some of the key interior components. One is a wall of full-height cabinetry with rolling barnboard doors, driven by the lack of closed cabinets and, as Nutter says, Jane’s desire for a “clean look.” The doors disguise storage space; when they are closed, they are bookended by a small bar and display areas.
The warm, open feel of the kitchen has its roots in the Flanagans’ unique sensibilities and the artful items they have found on their many travels. “The ability to display these items was as important to them as having a Wolf range to cook a great meal,” Gagne says. “I think being able to achieve that emotional and functional balance is truly the purest measure of success we can achieve as interior designers.”

 

Interior Designer: Holly Gagne Interior Design, 978-432-1337, hollygagne.com

Cabinetry: Jewett Farms + Co., 978-961-1538, 603-516-1620, jewettfarms.com

Architect: Benjamin Nutter Architects, 978-887-9836, benjaminnutter.com

General Contractor: Scanlon Contracting Co., 978-375-4433

Stove: Wolf, subzero-wolf.com

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The Last Frying Pan You’ll Ever Need To Own!

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  • Goes from Stovetop to Oven
  • Ergonomic Handle: Stays Cool to the Touch
  • Non-Stick Ceramic Coating Infused with Diamotech
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Official Opening Of Second PotsandPans.com Store – Now Called Pots & Pans Kitchenware Outlet — In California’s …

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Grand Opening Weekend Activities Include Cookbook and Cookware Prize Raffles, Cooking Demonstrations, and Free Gifts

VALLEJO, Calif., Sept. 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —

WHAT: 

Following the successful opening of the first PotsandPans.com store in Vacaville, a second store is opening in California’s Bay Area at the San Francisco Premium Outlets, located in Livermore. Both stores have also been renamed to Pots Pans Kitchenware Outlet. Bay Area visitors and residents have the opportunity to discover and purchase at exclusive discount prices hundreds of cookware, bakeware, oven to table stoneware, cast iron, teakettles, cutlery, tools, and gadgets from Pots Pans Kitchenware Outlet’s trusted and well recognized brands, including: Anolon®, Ayesha™, Circulon®, BonJour®, Cake Boss™, Rachael Ray™, Farberware®, Paula Deen® and Silverstone®.

LIVERMORE GRAND OPENING WEEKEND DATES AND ACTIVITIES:

Dates: Saturday, September 15 and Sunday, September 16, 2018

Raffles: Saturday, September 15 every half hour from 11 AM to 4 PM for cookbook prizes and 4 PM for cookware grand prize

Cooking Demonstrations: Saturday, September 15 and Sunday, September 16 from 11 AM to 4 PM

Celebratory grand opening events include raffles (September 15) for signed cookbooks from culinary star Ayesha Curry, and a grand prize raffle for a complete Ayesha cookware set. Customers will receive a raffle ticket at the door to enter the drawing.

Additionally, cooking demonstrations featuring Anolon cookware and Rachael Ray kitchen accessories and tools will be conducted on both opening weekend days.

Customers will also have the chance to receive a free Cake Boss Cake Decorating Kit with any purchase, limited to the first 300 customers and 1 per customer, and a free gift with an email subscription.

WHERE:

Pots Pans Kitchenware Outlet
San Francisco Premium Outlets (South Main Entrance)
3338 Livermore Outlets Drive
Livermore, CA 94551

REGULAR STORE HOURS:

Monday to Saturday: 10 AM to 9 PM
Sunday: 10 AM to 7 PM

Follow Pots Pans Kitchenware Outlet on Facebook at PotsandPansLivermore.

BACKGROUND:    

Pots Pans Kitchenware Outlet stores are the retail sites of Meyer Corporation, U.S. Established in 1981 and headquartered in Vallejo, California, Meyer Corporation, U.S. is one of the largest cookware companies in America. Widely recognized brands distributed by Meyer Corporation, U.S. include Circulon®, Anolon®, Ayesha™, Farberware®, Cake Boss™, Rachael Ray™, Paula Deen® and BonJour®.

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Reese Witherspoon’s Fall 2018 Draper James x Crate & Barrel …

As if there isn’t enough on Reese Witherspoon’s plate—what with acting and running her own production company—she just launched a fall dinnerware collection with her lifestyle brand Draper James at Crate Barrel. And spoiler alert? You’re going to want everything in it.

This fall collection isn’t typically what you’d expect for the season—rather than go with warm, autumnal colors, this one is all indigo blue and white, with two different designs: a botanical vine pattern and a basketweave pattern. The colors and patterns are fun yet timeless, so you can use them year-round if you’d like.

The collection features everything from plates and bowls to coordinating serving platters, linen napkins, a table runner, and a simple, elegant flatware set. There’s also a woven, natural-fiber placemat that goes well with the collection and is neutral enough to go with just about any table setting–even with other dinnerware. You can buy individual items to mix and match with your existing tableware, or go with the whole collection to make a super-chic statement.

If you’re ready to change up your fall tablescape, you can shop all the items from the new Draper James fall collection at Crate Barrel, or check them out below.

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‘Skeleton’ cutlery is designed to use as little material as possible

Nendo, everyone’s favorite designer of reimagined everyday goods, is known for, among various other things, its cutlery. Whether it’s sleek cast-metal utensils or prehistoric-inspired forks and knives, the Japanese studio can get quite imaginative in its approach to dinnerware.


Photo via Dezeen

Its most recent take is Skeleton, a spindly line of utensils designed for Antwerp-based home goods company Valerie Objects. Like its name suggests, Skeleton’s forks, knives, and spoons are bony. Nendo designed them to use as little material as possible, resulting in utensils that look like shadows of their former selves.


Photo via Dezeen

The utensils, which come in black and stainless steel, have thin handles and unexpected kinks in their frames, which allows them to hang from a mug or hook onto the side of a tray, perfectly balanced. The knife, the most skeletal of all the pieces, has negative space in the center, leaving just the handle and blade.

Nendo designed a stand for the utensils, but the studio adds that they can just as easily hang from the wall like a piece of art—in case you’re inclined to put your cutlery on display.

Via: Dezeen

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Global Enamel Cookware Market 2018 Trends By Players:- Le Creuset, Staub, SIRONI, GreenLife Cookware, T-fal …

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Meet the Warby Parker of dishware

I didn’t spend much time picking the pattern. In a hectic afternoon, I grabbed the best boxed set of dinnerware on the shelf and stuck them in my cart. I eventually grew to hate the colorful flower pattern on them that didn’t go with anything in my house, but I held on to them for nearly a decade. At the back of my mind, my plan was to wait until I got engaged so I could pick a gorgeous, high-end set of wedding china to put on my registry.

[Photo: David William Baum/Year Day]

It turns out, I wasn’t the only one who suffered through ugly plates throughout my twenties. Kathryn Duryea, founder of a direct-to-consumer dishware startup called Year Day, says this is a trend among today’s twenty- and thirtysomethings. She should know. She’s spent the last two years investigating the specific plate-buying habits of millennials, the oldest of whom are now 37. “Our lives have modernized in many ways, but bizarrely, we still buy our dishes based on very traditional notions of marriage and wedding registry,” she says. “Many of us still wait till we get married before we invest in proper plates, but we’re getting married later and later.”

Duryea, a Stanford MBA who spent several years at Tiffany’s before launching her company, wants to fundamentally alter millennials’ relationship with their plates. Year Day produces elegant, high-quality dinnerware, flatware, and glassware, then sells it to the customer through a website. While the brand occasionally does pop-ups, often with other home brands, Duryea has found that many customers are willing to take a risk and buy plates online. She’s created a $26 set of four small dip dishes that give customers a sense of the colors and materials in the ceramics, and allow them to test out the products before buying a whole set.

[Photo: David William Baum/Year Day]

The ceramic dishes have a modern, minimal design. There are no fussy floral patterns or family crests in sight, nor do you have to wade through 30 different fork designs that all look the same. Instead, the plates, bowls, mugs, and serving platters come in four matte colors–cream, gray, deep navy, and rose–which can be easily mixed and matched to create easy but beautiful table settings. “Many brands on the market create everyday dishes that are different from more formal tableware for fancy dinners,” says Duryea. “But that’s just not how millennials live today. We don’t have time or space for multiple sets, and most of us like our parties to have a casual, relaxed feel.”

[Photo: David William Baum/Year Day]

The silverware comes in one simple design, but in three colors: gold, steel, and black. And there are only three types of glasses, one for wine, and short and tall tumblers. This no-nonsense approach to product selection came from months of consumer research. “Consumers are overwhelmed and confused by all the designs on the market,” Duryea explains. “And the truth is, we don’t actually need all the choice. Many wine critics actually say that a single wineglass is all we need for red or white wine, or even champagne.”

[Photo: David William Baum/Year Day]

Duryea’s focus is on using high-quality materials and craftsmanship: The flatware is made in a family-owned factory in Portugal, where the stainless steel pieces are polished by hand. The ceramics are also made in Portugal, using local clays that are molded by hand and then fired in kilns.

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