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We all have that one Instagram account that keeps us up at night. You know, the one that has you scrolling until you realize it’s 1 a.m. On Sunday evening, Drew Barrymore revealed hers—and it’s chock-full of kitchen design ideas. 

DeVol Kitchens is drool-worthy if you like a design rabbit hole,” the actress declared on Instagram, sharing a photo of a kitchen at the company’s Cotes Mill headquarters in Leicestershire, England. She’s right—there’s plenty to obsess over here: plants dangling from the ceiling like light fixtures; gleaming copper pots hanging next to a Carrara marble sink; custom stools designed by the brand’s creative director, Helen Parker, circling the eat-in island. Even Joanna Gaines agreed in the comment section: DeVol’s feed is a treasure trove of kitchen inspiration. 


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The beauty of this particular space, Parker says, is that it isn’t meant to feel like a kitchen at all. “I designed it to be a light, bright room, more like a conservatory than a kitchen, with lots of glass,” she tells us, adding that the white Georgian-style cupboards and pale gray marble countertops were chosen to highlight the abundance of plant life. “This room is set above a mill pond, so there’s lots of wildlife and greenery outside the lattice windows, which are hundreds of years old,” she adds. “It feels like it’s a part of the countryside.”

This celebrity-approved kitchen is a part of DeVol’s bespoke Classic English collection, which starts at $40,000. However, we think both Barrymore and Gaines would agree: The splurge is well worth it.

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