We’re not always proponents of decor for decor’s sake. But utilitarian, usable objects that happen to make an arresting display? Gets us every time.
Case in point: the newly redone interiors at San Francisco’s Flour + Water Pasta Shop. When Gavin Knowles of Berkeley, CA-based Knowles Architect was tasked with giving the shop an overhaul, the restaurateurs were working with a quick turnaround and a tight budget. So Gavin looked to the simple ingredients used to make the shop’s standout pasta and applied the same principles to the design: humble kitchen tools, elevated into focal point.
Have a look:
Photography by Kristen Loken.
For more, or to stop in, head to Flour + Water Pasta Shop.
And more DIYs for the kitchen?
- DIY Idea: Colander as Light Fixture
- DIY: The Humble Brick as Candleholder
- The DIY Dishwasher-Disguising Door Panel, via The Merrythought