The drop dead gorgeous Elemental Kitchen and foodi...

The drop dead gorgeous Elemental Kitchen and foodie news

Elemental kitchen - Charlie Smallbone & deVOL at Chelsea Garden Show

DeVOL in the UK make the most stunning bespoke kitchens, bathrooms and interiors but what caught my eye this week was their gorgeous new Elemental Kitchen which was on display at the recent Chelsea Flower Show in London. This new collection, made in collaboration with Charlie Smallbone, is a totally different look for them and much more contemporary with a mix of natural materials. The bold verdigris copper door panels are absolute showstoppers as well as the marble farmhouse sink.

Elemental kitchen - Charlie Smallbone & deVOL at Chelsea Garden Show

Elemental kitchen - Charlie Smallbone & deVOL at Chelsea Garden Show


The Djinn Bar from Melvill & Moon is the ultimate accessory for your next glamping trip or safari outing. It consists of separate parts that can be used individually and easily transported. The removable base can be used as a tray and the leg stand is also a luggage rack.

This mountable wall cabinet from Pezula Interiors is a stylish way to display a beautiful curation of kitchenware or glasses – on my wishlist for sure!


Danish brand, Stelton, has expanded their award-winning tea and coffee range Emma, with an electric kettle in the same design. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more beautiful kettle and this nude colourway is so on trend. The cordless kettle even switches off automatically when the water has boiled. 
Kitchen image credit: Klara Davidova


Yuppiechef’s second physical store has just opened in Gardens Shopping Centre in Cape Town which is sure to make all foodies smile. The store is beautifully merchandised with incredible shop fittings. Shoppers have the ability to both click and collect as well as view the product in-store, while still taking delivery at their homes or offices.

Yuppiechef - Gardens Centre

NEW RESTAURANT TO TRY – The Skotnes at the Norval Foundation

“Overlooking the foundation’s serene wetland and innovative Sculpture Garden, the Skotnes seamlessly integrates nature and architecture. The menu pays homage to classical South African cuisine, while updating its flavours and distilling its ingredients to their simplest possible presentation. All ingredients are sourced from local, small-batch suppliers, with the intention of supporting and uplifting local communities.”

The Skotnes restaurant and bar

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