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Steal This Look: Hollywood Hills Kitchen by Alexandra Loew

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Steal This Look: Hollywood Hills Kitchen by Alexandra Loew

January 19, 2010

When Alexandra Loew of the NY/LA–based interior architecture firm Alexandra Loew (formerly From the Desk of Lola) designed her own kitchen in the Hollywood Hills, she sought to make it as green—and as stylish—as possible. “I used a sink made from 90 percent recycled steel, a natural rubber floor, and no VOC paint,” she says. Recreate the look with the following resources.

Above: Noguchi Lamp 70EN (27 by 13 inches); $230 at OK in Los Angeles.

Above: Loew used an undermount Model 3226 stainless steel sink (measuring 27 by 18 by 10 inches) from Canadian company Julien; go to Julien for dealer information.

Above: The classic Arne Jacobsen–designed Vola Pillar Tap starts at $966 at Quality Bath; the faucet is available in several powder-coated finishes; Loew used Dove Gray (color 9) in her kitchen.

Above: For her countertops, Loew used Corian in a gray/green shade called Clay; to find a dealer, go to Corian.

Above: David Weeks Shell Sconce; available in black or ivory as well as in custom colors (Loew used matte black); go to David Weeks for ordering information.

Above: KitchenAid Artisan 5-Quart Stand Mixer in caviar; $231.19 at Amazon.

Above: Black Matte-Finished Metal Switchplate; $9.99 at Arnev.

Above: Milton Brook Mortar & Pestle; $25 at Cookware.

Above: Loew used Arne Jacobsen’s classic (and pricey) Vola Drawer Pull Knob; $53.10 at iBath and Tile.

Above: Loew used durable rubber flooring from German company Nora’s Uni Series in Steel (color 2454); go to Nora for information but note that this is a commercial flooring.

Above: For the walls, Loew used Smoked Trout from Farrow & Ball.









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