First admired on Martha Stewart: the kitchen of Swedish antiques dealer Jill Dienst in Sag Harbor, New York. The mahogany countertops, rope knot door stop, and white-painted panelled walls—combined with brass lighting fixtures—add a nautical air to the room, while the stainless table on casters is a versatile work/dining solution.
Above: Photo by Pieter Estersohn for Martha Stewart.
Above: Classic Series 7 Chair by Arne Jacobsen. Shown in white, but it's available in many colors including Ice Blue as seen in the kitchen above; $551 at Design Within Reach.
Above: The satin-finish stainless-steel Quovis Work Table from Design Within Reach is $1,500. A restaurant supply company could be an alternate source for a similar table.
Above: The Simple David Pendant with opal shade (sold separately) is $225 at Omega Too in Berkeley, California. The light is available in 15 different finishes, including antique brass.
Above: Franke Manor House 400 Series faucet; $870 (for chrome finish) at AJ Madison.
Above: Shaw's Original Fireclay Apron Front Sink from Rohl is a classic undermount farmhouse sink. Made in Lancashire, England, it measures 30 by 18 by 10 inches; $971.25 at HomeClick.com
Above: The classic Belgian-made Demeyere Stainless Steel Tea Kettle features a high-gloss Brinox finish; $55 at Sur La Table.
Above: Assembled by hand in England, the Chrome Dualit Toaster is $259 at Amazon.
Above: The Marseilles Knot door stopper or bookend is $38 at Burke Decor.