One of our favorite projects of all time is London architect David Kohn’s conversion of a former stable into a house that seamlessly blends past and present, rustic and clean-lined. Today we’re spotlighting the stable’s compact eat-in kitchen, a soulful layering of wood and white bricks that also has a sense of modernism (thanks in part to a highly covetable midcentury table and set of chairs by Pierre Jeanneret). We’ve sourced a checklist of products—from a compact refrigerator to a Swedish broom—to achieve a similar look.
Faucets & Fixtures
For more rustic spaces with style to co-opt, see our posts:
- Steal This Look: Living Room at La Maison du Figuier in France
- Steal This Look: A Ski House in North Vancouver, Sheepskin Included
- Steal This Look: An Economical Kitchen in an English Beach House, Ikea Hack Included
N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on February 25, 2014.