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Industrial Style Shaker Kitchen – Tom Howley

I cannot wait to get my new (reclaimed) kitchen units so I can have super deep long drawers like these Industrial Style Shaker Kitchen – Tom Howley

The British-born author shares her Westport, Conn., home with her husband, four of their combined six children, five cats and two dogs.

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Upper cabinets in the kitchen replaced with shelving from Home Depot. (Photo: Jane Beiles for The New York Times)

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This marbled ceramic cup is sized to fit in the hand comfortably and hold just the right amount of your preferred morning brew. Hand thrown from a mixture of dark and light stoneware clays giving each piece its own unique and strikingly beautiful landscape.

Ritual Ceramic Cup

Beautiful hand turned plate, made in London from local sustainably sourced Oak. The perfect rustic addition to your table, for eating, serving and displaying. Each plate has slight colour and grain variations, making your piece unique.

English Oak Plate

Keep your carbon footprint low with local materials, whether you're thinking big or small.

Neat little dish storage idea! Alter slightly by removing the mug section and putting a smaller section similar to the plate area there for bowls/bread plates. Hang mugs on cup hooks underneath.

2 plates, two mugs, two forks.Neat little dish storage idea! Alter slightly by removing the mug section and putting a smaller section similar to the plate area there for bowls/bread plates. Hang mugs on cup hooks underneath.

White subway tile and open shelving, in theory I love this but in practise we have way too much mismatched stuff!

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The supports are long steel bars that go through the shelves and into the studs in the wall. We predrilled holes for them before we tiled. We used oak planks seamed together to make a solid wood shelf." I love the hanging coffee mugs.

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