A pine dining table sourced by 1934 pairs with the owners’ 1960s Ercol chairs. Overhead is a Bakelite lamp shade made in Australia, sourced from a small English shop called Period Lighting.
When Abel and Ruby stripped the wallpaper from the hallway and a small utility room, they found pink plaster beneath. Inspired by the color, they painted the walls with a pink-orange Farrow & Ball archive color. “You can’t buy tester pots for the archive colors, so we had to dive right in,” they say. The utility room has a Sheila Maid Clothes Airer in white.
A clothes rail by Dean Edmonds made from powder-coated steel and pine.
A single pine shelf runs the length of the kitchen, and, on one end, features a row of Shaker pegs. The countertops are also pine, styled here with a Le Cruset Flame Dutch Oven, bamboo utensils, and Le Parfait Super Jars.