The Little BH Kitchen
Jessie's Bridgehampton Kitchen Tour
Jessie and Zoe chose every fixture in Jessie's Bridgehampton kitchen with care, resulting in a room that is utterly unique and completely bespoke. Follow along as Jessie shares the details behind her favorite features.
A signature of so many of her projects, Zoe loves to include a shallow shelf hugging the perimter of a room for added storage. Jessie uses hers to hold fresh herbs and her Keneko Kohyo dishware.
Jessie loves finding special ceramic dinnerware, always on the hunt for one-of-a-kind pieces from Ebay and Etsy. This powder-blue plate rack is the perfect place to display her collection.
The biggest kitchen island we've ever seen, with enough space for dinner prep and sewing machine alike. Jessie and Zoe found the stunning marble top from BAS Stone in Long Island City..
Hold A Candle
No tablescape is complete without mood lighting. Cue; a candle rack hung with tapers in every shade, made to mix and match with Jessie's collection of beautiful linens.
A checkerboard of Moroccan tile makes the room feel so unique, patterned in shades Jessie had never seen in another kitchen.
Jessie had her fabric light fixture custom-made by Beauvamp, a UK-based studio.
Room To Lounge
As Jessie spends most of her time in her kitchen, she wanted to make sure it was completely comfortable. In turn, she opted for a roomy dining banquette, covered in duvets from Les Indienne that she can remove for easy cleaning.
Take A Seat
Jessie found these bright yellow chairs at Beall and Bell, an antique store in Long Island's North Fork. The bright yellow brings another pop of color to the room's palette.
The gathered fabric covering Jessie's under-sink storage comes from Svenskt Tenn, a Stockholm-based interiors store that Jessie fell in love with while on a trip to Sweden. A little piece of a place she loves.