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Steal This Look: San Francisco Kitchen by Schwartz & Architecture

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Steal This Look: San Francisco Kitchen by Schwartz & Architecture

Julie Carlson March 03, 2009

Last week we deconstructed a vintage-style white and stainless kitchen; this week we feature a light-flooded modernist kitchen in San Francisco with warm wood tones by Schwartz & Architecture. Photos by Matthew Millman.

Above: Industrial Drafting Chairs by Toledo Metal Furniture Co. are no longer manufactured, but vintage models are available through various sellers on eBay. Modern50 is currently offering a Toledo Drafting Chair for $650.

Above: Portica Table with Solid White Oak Top and Stainless Legs; $869 for the 60-by -36-inch size at Room & Board.

Above: Artemide Logico Triple Linear Suspension Light; $1,974.50 (for the 39-inch wide size; smaller sizes are available) at Lumens.

Above L: Use a Cork Board Roll to create a custom bulletin board; $16.19 per foot at Ace Hardware. Above R: Another option: the Slimline Acco Cork Bulletin Board (12 by 36 inches); $31.99 at Business Supply.

Above: Consider the eco-friendly Squak Mountain Stone Composite Countertop. Developed by an entrepreneur as part of her master’s thesis (she was attempting to produce a building material using only locally sourced and recycled materials), the countertop is made from Portland cement, waste flyash, waste glass dust, mixed waste paper, and pigments. Coated with a food-grade acrylic sealant and buffed to a sheen, the material is stain resistent and warm to the touch. Available in slabs or tiles. Sample packs are available to purchase for $50 through the Environmental Home Center (product details and pricing availabe also).

Above: A kitchen investment piece: the Wolf 36-inch Dual Fuel Range; $7,499 at Warners' Stellian.

Above: Ikea's Strecket cabinet pulls are $3.99 per pair.

Above: The all-purpose Lack Shelf from Ikea comes in several finishes and is $19.99 for a 43 1/4-inch length.

Above: In this kitchen, the shelves are stocked with high-quality basic Iittala’s Kartio tumbler, a classic by Finnish designer Kaj Franck. Available in two sizes: the 7-ounce Kartio Tumbler is $20 for a pair and the 13-ounce Kartio Tumbler is $26 a pair at ZincDetails. Available in clear or light blue.

Above: Bay Area–based ceramicist Alex Marshall creates heavy, organically shaped dinnerware; a Three-Piece Set is $100 at Sundance; also available at Alex Marshall Studios.

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