Yesterday we featured Workstead’s remodel of a Brooklyn Heights flat; today we’re sourcing some of the key elements of the kitchen and living room based around a color palette inspired by the antique wood floorboards in the kitchen.
Above: The antique pine floors determined the palette of the kitchen.
Above: The Brooklyn Heights living room features a Workstead black steel wall lamp.
Above: Kallista’s For Town Kitchen Faucet with Lever Handles and Side Spray, designed by Michael Smith, is $3,028 for the chrome finish (shown above); it’s also available in nickel silver and brushed nickel. For more options, see our post High/Low Bridge Faucets.
Above: Source similar shelves from CB2; the Hyde Oak Vaneer Wall Mounted Cabinet is currently on sale for $49.95.
Above: Handmade in Portland, OR, the Notary Candlestick is $35 at Portland’s Own.
Above: The Tolix Marais A Chairs in galvanized steel are $250 each from Design Within Reach.
Above: Workstead’s Bent Wall Lamp is made from bent steel arms, O.C. White articulated pieces, and brass for $1,250 at Horne.
Above: Craig Bassam’s Tray Rack Side Table features two removable trays and is made of walnut; $1,200 from Design Within Reach.
Above: The Tourne Wool Blanket in Natural (shown) is made in Canada from soft virgin wool; $245 from Brook Farm General Store.
Above: Restoration Hardware’s Belgian Track Arm Slipcovered Sofa ranges from $1,195 to $4,190, depending on size and fabric.
Above: Reclaimed Wood Shelf with Black Basic Brackets are $58 for the 2-foot size from West Elm.
N.B.: Leave the sourcing to us: see 217 more Steal This Look posts.