A French Country Kitchen in Connecticut

One of our favorites from Connecticut, French country style.

chandelier
Is this kitchen really in Connecticut? It feels like the Loire Valley. Read the interview with designer Beverly Ellsley.
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chandelier
Chandelier in Darien, Connecticut, Kitchen
The Avignon chandelier from Niermann Weeks has a rusty steel finish.
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delft tiles
Delft Tiles
Hand-shaped and hand-painted Delft tiles, from the Royal Makkum line at Country Floors, introduce another blue note.
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farmhouse sink
Farmhouse Sink
The undermounted Alcott farmhouse sink from Kohler is set off with delicately carved legs that mimic the curves of the island and give a little more definition to the long run of cabinetry. A big pull-out drawer underneath provides storage. The countertops and backsplash, with a convenient shelf for soap, are made of cedar limestone. The wall-mounted faucet with a Tuscan brass finish is from Rohl.
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detail of kitchen island
Laura Moss
Kitchen Island
The corner detail on the island is from designer Beverly Ellsley's Villa collection for Enkeboll, painted with gray-blue paint that has been rubbed off, crackled, and finished with a raw umber glaze.
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curtains and chair
Blue Linen Curtains
Picking up on the blue, the Jefferson linen curtains from Pindler & Pindler are trimmed in Provence, a gingham check from Pierre Frey, in the color Ardoise.
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prep sink
Prep Sink
Herbeau's Rhone prep sink and Ostende faucet have a weathered copper finish.
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stove corbel with harvest motif
Laura Moss
Stove Corbel
The carved corbel over the stove, also from Ellsley's Villa collection, has a traditional harvest motif.
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breakfast area
Breakfast Area
The breakfast area is a rather substantial dining table, previously owned by the client, who also bought the Louis XIV-style chairs. Ellsley found the iron chandelier in the south of France. The grillework door hides the microwave and panels mask the Sub-Zero 700 refrigerator and freezer. The floor is Mexican limestone, set in a cathedral pattern with multisize tiles. Ellsley prefers it to French limestone because it's thinner, harder, and cheaper — she even used it in her own house in France.
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