Located in Hudson, NY, on Warren Street (the town’s main thoroughfare, known for its antiques shops and restaurants), The Hudson Milliner is a recently opened bed & breakfast from Shannon Greer (a photographer) and Charlotta Janssen (a painter and restaurateur). The building formerly housed the town’s millinery shop, and Greer and Janssen have turned it into a guesthouse that looks like a perfect retreat. In particular, the two kitchens boast a retro industrial look that feature reconditioned vintage ranges, plumbing pipe shelving, butcher block counters, and simple schoolhouse furniture. Here’s how to recreate the look:
Photos via I Love Hudson and The Hudson Milliner.
Above: For a similar sink, consider Ikea’s double-bowl Domsjo Sink, for the faucet, consider Chicago faucets (see Faucets & Fixtures: Chicago Commercial Kitchen Faucets) and for the countertops, try Ikea’s affordable edge grain, oiled-beech Numerar Wood Countertop, which comes in precut lengths.
Above: A side view of the kitchen.
Above: Reconditioned vintage ranges can be sourced from Savon Appliance in LA, which specializes in Wedgwood and O’Keefe & Merrit. For a list of 26 vintage range dealers across the country, go to Retro Renovation.
Above: On another floor of the Hudson Millinery, an eat-in kitchen with simple wall-mounted Ikea Adel glass-door cabinets.
Above: A detail of the tiled flooring. To recreate the look, consider the Hexagon Patterns from American Restoration Tile.
Looking for more ideas to steal? If so, visit A Shaker-Inspired Kitchen in London.