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Steal This Look: A Sonoma Loft Kitchen

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Steal This Look: A Sonoma Loft Kitchen

Sarah Lonsdale November 13, 2012

Last week we admired this light airy Sonoma Loft by DISC Interiors; this week we break down the elements so you can create a similar look.

Photographs by David John.

Above: The kitchen island base is made from reclaimed wood with a butcher block countertop.

Above: The elements include a cork floor, backsplash tiles from Heath Ceramics, and a long restaurant-style steel shelf.

Above: The two lights suspended over the kitchen counter are the Noir Pendant Lamp; $249 each (currently on sale for $159.20) from CB2.

Above: At the counter are three Elysian Barstool with blackened steel frames and leather-covered seats; $950 each from Lawson Fenning in LA.

Above: The backsplash in the kitchen is made with 2-by-4-inch Classic Field Tile in fog from Heath Ceramics. Contact Heath directly for pricing (tile samples are available for a dollar each).

Above: The cabinet hardware on the cabinets was sourced from Schoolhouse Electric. The Kate Knob in brass; $5.

Above: John Boos Classic Maple Butcher Block Countertops are one and a half inches thick and come in a variety of lengths and widths; go to John Boos for more information. Alternatively, Ikea's solid wood Numerar countertops are made of solid wood and start at $129 for a 73-inch length.

Above: On the counter is a rice storage baskets from Lantern Moon; the Mini Rice Basket is $14.70, the Small Rice Basket is $25.20, and the Large Rice Basket is $29.40.

Above: Hanging above the table is the Louis Poulsen Wohlert Pendant Light; $876 from Y Lighting.

Above: The Cyclone Dining Table by Isamu Noguchi for Knoll is $1,898 from Y Living.

Above: The Eames-style Eazy Chair; $275 from White on White.

Above: The cabinets are painted in HC-100 Gloucester Sage from Benjamin Moore.

Above: The walls and the ceiling are painted in Benjamin Moore's Wind's Breath 981.

Looking for more inspiration? Check out all our Steal This Look posts.

Product Summary  

Cabinet Hardware

Kate Knob

$6.00 USD from Schoolhouse Electric

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