Pearl Lowe’s Fabulously Glamorous Dining Room

When deVOL first revealed their new ‘Curiosity Cabinet’ it sparked for me all manner of creative uses. In fact this is what I said…

“As a standalone piece it would look beautiful in any room. In fact, as it’s available in a number of standard sizes and colour-ways, why not have one in the study filled with books and knick-knacks too. And one in the bathroom filled with towels and toiletries. And one in the bedroom filled with handbags and shoes. Just the sparkly ones. The list is absolutely endless.”

Pearl Lowe's fabulously glamorous dining room

And it seems I wasn’t the only one who was inspired to move this beautiful piece of furniture out of the kitchen. Its unique style has caught the eye of some of the biggest names in interiors, including British style icon, Pearl Lowe. After working with deVOL to create her dream kitchen, Pearl decided that not one, but two of cupboards would be the perfect addition to her fabulously glamorous dining room.

Pearl Lowe's fabulously glamorous dining room

And with her own inimitable style she has paired the black and pink cabinets with floral wallpaper by House of Hackney, vintage tableware, old lace, a fringed standard lamp, a crystal chandelier and wonderfully quirky accessories. The symmetrical arrangement works perfectly, and the black painted wooden door and dado rail both further highlight the traditional-meets-modern style.

Pearl Lowe's fabulously glamorous dining room

As it’s opened by lock and key, this glazed freestanding cupboard is perfect for displaying your most precious curiosities. From quirky keepsakes to your favourite crockery and glassware. And it’s all out of reach of sticky fingers and (in my home at least) wagging tails. It’s also quite an unusual feature to have both sections glass-fronted; a feature that allows larger items like big copper pans or bundles of pretty linens to be stored in the base cupboard whilst smaller more delicate pieces can be displayed on top.

Pearl Lowe's fabulously glamorous dining room

The Curiosity Cupboard is a piece of furniture that really lends itself to any situation, whatever goes inside these beautiful glazed doors instantly becomes a little more special.  The inspiration for these cupboards came from museum cabinets and whether you have rare old artefacts or everyday things of humble origin to store and display, they will become even more admired in such a handsome home.” – says Helen Parker, Creative Director at deVOL Kitchens. I couldn’t agree more.

Pearl Lowe's fabulously glamorous dining room

The Curiosity Cupboard is available in three sizes and prices start from £1,800.

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11 Comments

  1. Reply

    Rachel

    February 26, 2018

    I love a good curiosity cabinet – an essential piece of furniture, in my view.

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    Stephanie

    February 26, 2018

    That looks beautiful and not something I would have ever thought of filling with blankets and pretty fabrics. But it looks stunning and a perfect way to show them off

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      deardesigner

      February 26, 2018

      Yes! Now I need to start collecting fabrics and blankets 🙂

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    Cate St Hill

    February 26, 2018

    Such a gorgeous dining room, I love the black and pink together, very feminine and pretty!

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      deardesigner

      February 26, 2018

      It’s so pretty isn’t it. 🙂

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    Varsha| IndividualHouse

    February 24, 2018

    This is one absolutely amazing furniture anyone would want. The floral wallpaper goes well with the cupboard and finely uplifts the furniture. The black and pink combo rocks:) I also like the artefacts and the glassware, what else!! Everything is amazingly beautiful, Carole. 🙂

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      deardesigner

      February 25, 2018

      I agree. So much to love. 🙂

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    Candy Pop

    February 23, 2018

    Wow, it looks wonderful! I love the black and dusty pink combo and I can’t stop looking at the vintage floral goodies. Thanks for sharing!

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      deardesigner

      February 25, 2018

      Glad you like it hun. x

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    Stacey Sheppard

    February 23, 2018

    I think this looks fab. Although I’d prefer the bottom half to be solid wood rather than glass. It’s always nice to be able shut the more messy stuff away. I don’t think anybody needs to see a scruffy pile of towels or tablecloths. I’d rather keep that behind closed doors. But I love the top half. This is a really gorgeous statement piece of furniture.

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      deardesigner

      February 23, 2018

      I know what you mean. Although if my blankets and tablecloths were as pretty as Pearl’s I wouldn’t mind showing them x

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