ISSUE 38  |  The Low Countries

Steal This Look: Amsterdam Kitchen

September 18, 2012 3:30 PM

BY Julie Carlson

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Located in a loft in Amsterdam, this urban kitchen is lit from above (skylights) and features a polished concrete floor, bleached steer skulls, an industrial clock; all the elements required for a hipster kitchen. Recreate the look with a few easy-to-source elements below.

Above: Photography by the remarkable Hotze Eisma.

Above: The brick wall in the kitchen is painted black; an open cookbook fits into a stand made from steer antlers.

Above: True Clock by Nextime is $48, contact Nextime for availability.

Above: Tove Adman Concrete Candlesticks; $42.45 at Scandinavian Design Center.

Above: Small Steer Horns, similar to the pair holding the cookbook, are $30 at Bum Steer. Full skulls (similar to the one suspended over the sink) also available.

Above: The Lack Wall Shelf with concealed mounts in a black-brown finish is $24.99 at Ikea.

Above: Designed by Rolf Sinnemark, Stacking Trays are available in three finishes (black, white, and natural wood) via Design House Stockholm; prices start at $39 for the small size.

Above: The Hjuvik faucet in nickel-plated brass is $239 at Ikea.

Above: Create a large square table with a pair of Bjursta Dining Tables in brown-black finish; $299 each at Ikea.

Above: Antiquaire in Chicago regularly sources Vintage French Tolix Industrial Chairs.

Above: Witt Industries 10-gallon Galvanized Garbage Pail with Lid is $49.75 at Trash Cans Unlimited.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on March 9, 2010.