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Issue 91 · The Nonchalant Kitchen · September 23, 2013

LA Style Lands in Marin County

Issue 91 · The Nonchalant Kitchen · September 23, 2013

Let's be honest: Marin County is fab in many ways. World's most beautiful landscape? Check. Birthplace of the mountain bike and the hot tub? Check. Stomping ground of the Grateful Dead? Check. But the restaurant scene has been lackluster. Until now.

LA import Farmshop (located in the newly revamped Marin Country Mart) has upped the ante. The food is noteworthy, but we're more interested in the interiors, designed by Commune.

Photos by Mariko Reed, unless otherwise noted.

Farmshop Noguchi Light Remodelista

Above: A lounge area exudes midcentury cool.

Farmshop Polished Concrete Floors Remodelista

Above: Another view of the private dining area.

Farmshop Dining Room Remodelista

Above: The main dining room features Commune's trademark (and hard-to-pin-down) sense of cool.

Farmshop Marin Dining Table Mural Remodelista

Above: School chairs against an agrarian photo mural. Photo by Katie Newburn.

Farmshop Marin Mural Dining Table Remodelista

Above: Teal velvet banquettes. Photo by Katie Newburn.

Farmshop Sliding Door Remodelista

Above: Cool polished concrete floors.

Farmshop Dining Room Heath Tile Remodelista

Above: Tiling courtesy of Heath Ceramics in Sausalito.

Farmshop Marin Dining Tables Remodelista

Above: A view of the bar seating. Photo by Katie Newburn.

Farmshop White Tiled Counters Remodelista

Farmshop Marin Grill Remodelista

Above: The wood-burning hearth. Photo by Katie Newburn.

Farmshop Marble Counter Remodelista

Above: A view of the precision detailing.

Farmshop Marin Oven Remodelista

Above: Fire cooking in action. Photo by Katie Newburn.

Farmshop  Marin Wood Burning Oven Remodelista

Above: Photo by Katie Newburn.



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