Kitchen: Henrybuilt Kitchen Systems by

December 30, 2007

Kitchen: Henrybuilt Kitchen Systems

Issue · · December 30, 2007

We are completely enamored of the Henrybuilt kitchen system. The company originated in Seattle, opened a Manhattan showroom not long ago, and is coming to LA soon; expect expert engineering, beautiful materials (rift-cut oak, walnut), streamlined silhouettes. Equally at home in a period building or a modern loft, it's our dream kitchen system. Not planning to expand your culinary empire at the moment? Consider their swoon-worthy furniture: When we visited their showrooms in Seattle (Janet) and New York (Sarah) this past summer, we were captivated by their designs. Peruse the offerings at Henrybuilt.


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Henrybuilt's furniture pieces are made to order, so you can specify your own dimensions. Some of our favorites from the line:

Steel Table 4: 36 inches by 84 inches, in bamboo with white or gray powdercoated base: $4,100:

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Round Table 1: 56-inch diameter with solid wenge top and dark bronze powdercoated base, $5,800; and Side Chair 1, $1,500:


Steel Bench 3: 72 inches long, dark gray steel powdercoated base with Kvadrat fabric cushion, $2,900:


Wood Bench 5: 72 inches long in solid, plain-sawn American black walnut, $3,200:


And, one of our all-time favorites, the Wall Chair: 18-inch-wide solid teak seat with white powdercoated wall bracket, $575:


Have an opinion? Care to comment? We'd love to hear what you have to say.