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Beauty + Utility: Rustic Storage at Baileys Home and Garden

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 04, 2014 01:09 AM
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by Christine Chang Hanway last modified Sep 03, 2014

Mark and Sally Bailey were early to the game with their “repair, reuse, and rethink” design philosophy (we've posted about their housewares emporium  Baileys Home & Garden frequently over the years). The couple has written three books: Recycled Home, Simple Home , and Hand Made Home , and converted a series of farm buildings in the Hereford countryside of England into a destination compound for interiors enthusiasts in search of an honest utilitarian aesthetic. They're constantly innovating and updating their offerings; take a tour of the latest developments. Photography by Rich Stapleton via Cereal Magazine . Above: In a converted farm building, the Baileys used recycled and salvaged furniture for display; while every inch of available space is utilized, the clutter is contained through organization. Above: Wired-cube display shelving presents a grid of organization. Safco make a similar system for home use that's available via Amazon; the Wire Cube Shelving System (10 units) is $100, and in the UK, the Wire Cube Shelving System (4 units in black) is £38.34. Above: The innovative displays adhere to the Baileys' design philosophy of "repair, reuse, and rethink."  Above: The wood from the vintage display ladders contrasts with the metal shelving. Above: Industrial wire box shelving provides a display place for everything, no matter how small. An Industrial 9-Cube Shelf is available via RH for $249. Above: Canvas Utility Trucks  under the display table provide another type of storage system.  Above: Oak Block Toothbrush Holders keep things in the bathroom organized. Above: Wood Apple Crates with dividers provide under-counter storage. Above: The Baileys often create modular shelving systems with American Crates on Wheels , which are larger in scale than standard crates. Placing them on wheels means they're easily transportable. Above: A simple hanging rail, constructed out of plumbing parts, becomes the background framework for assorted  Creamware Jugs . Above: Duralex Picardie Glass Tumblers  (16 oz.) do a good job of organizing cutlery. Above: The Tabernacle Tearoom , a building on the compound, offers respite from shopping. Above: Unfinished wood shelving is contrasted with painted wood paneling.  If you like the look of the wire basket storage system, see 10 Wall-Mounted Wire Baskets as Storage  for more. The all-purpose Duralex Picardie Glass Tumbler is a favorite standby in many kitchens. Find out why in Iconic Objects: Duralex Café Ware from Duralex . On Gardenista, an indoor garden in Steal This Look: A Sunny Work Studio (Fiddle Leaf Included) is inspiring us all to get back to work. Baileys Home and Garden is in Hereford, near Wales and about a 3 1/2 hour train journey from Central London. More Stories from Remodelista Table of Contents: The Organized Life Current Obsessions: So Long, Summer Table of Contents: Summer Wrap-Up




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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