LA-based firm Shubin + Donaldson designed this modern loft kitchen for Biscuit Filmworks; the space, located in an industrial building on Santa Monica Boulevard in Hollywood, features rough-hewn reclaimed wood walls, stainless steel restaurant supply cabinets, Granada tiles, and oversized Caravaggio pendant lights.
Above: A Remodelista favorite (Sarah has one over her dining table), the Caravaggio P2 Pendant Light in aluminum with high-glass lacquer; $225 (8 inches high) or $325 (13 inches high) at YLighting.
Above: Shubin + Donaldson used encaustic cement Fez Tile from Los Angeles–based Granada Tiles, which derives its name and inspiration from the historic city of Granada in Nicaragua, where the tiles are manufactured. Go to Granada Tiles for more information or to order a sample tile.
Above: Bay Area designer Jeff Covey's Covey Model 6 Stool is in the permanent collection at SF MoMA; the stools are now available directly from Covey Studio with six different seat options: aluminum ($410), maple or walnut ($379), or blue, black, or white ($379). Covey also offers replacement nylon glides and replacement seat tops. Free shipping in the US.
Above: Create a low-cost dining table with Burro Brand Table Legs from Urban Outfitters; $28 per 28-inch-high lightweight saw trestle (made of birch plywood).
Above: For basic white dinnerware, Jasper Morrison's PlateBowlCup line for Alessi is perfection; a PlateBowlCup Dinnerware Set for five (includes dinner plate, soup plate, dessert plate, teacup, and saucer) is currently on special at Unica Home for $240.