Wed. Aug 10th, 2022

House of Hackney’s Castle Trematon has just received a makeover from deVOL – and the result is a typical English space that lives up to all expectations.

The founders of the (originally) London-based interior design brand Frieda Gormley and Javvy M Royle got help from the typical kitchen designers after they escaped the capital and created a home in Castle Trematon, Cornwall.

After the move, the couple renovated the entire property to reflect the botanical beauty of the surrounding gardens – before receiving help from deVOL – and their modern kitchen ideas to design the culinary paradise.

deVOL X House of Hackney's Green Kitchen

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And although deVOL has established a global reputation for their whimsical kitchen design, the House of Hackney project was their first castle, which meant it had to be something memorable.

The kitchen consists of classic English furniture that extends to the 14th century ceilings and is finished with bespoke castles for a stunning touch. Other special features include the new deVOL Dairy table, which is inspired by the table in Lanhydrock House, a Victorian property close to the castle.

deVOL X House of Hackney

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‘We love the connection and authenticity of this piece, which usually sits among the French wallpaper-inspired wallpaper of House of Hackney and the glamorous Italian stove with copper hood,’ explains deVOL in the discussion of their design ideas.

Although this marble bracket is something to see, this kitchen also channels one of the largest trends in kitchen design at the moment – Zellig tiles – which add a subtle Moroccan style to this Cornish retreat.

deVOL X House of Hackney

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Plus, when paired with the original parquet floor, the tiles create a simple yet ambient aesthetic that adds a timeless atmosphere to the Norman room. ‘As always with the best things in life, it has little something that takes it from ordinary to extraordinary,’ adds deVol.

deVOL X House of Hackney

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These extraordinary details are equally reflected through the coordinated stripes that run throughout the room, from curtains to lampshades and bar-style chairs. We expect that happy hour would really be very happy for this House of Hackney X deVOL joy.

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