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Steal This Look: A Low-Key Kitchen in South Africa

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 25, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Mar 24, 2015

Casual elegance via a limited palette of black, white, rough-hewn wood, and glass vessels. Here's how to get the look. Above: A kitchen in South Africa by Casa Doreen design consultant via Homestories . Above: The Lite-Wooden Bulb Pendant Lamp from Porky Hefer of South Africa design consultancy Animal Farm is €390 ($426.46) from Couleur Locale. Above: The solid oak Trappist Table from Heerenhuis is made to order (contact them directly for pricing). For something similar, consider Restoration Hardware's 1900s Boulangerie Rectangular Extension Dining Table ; prices start at $695 for the 36-to-51-inch-long size. Above: The Hans Wegner Wishbone Chair in oak is $599 from Design Within Reach. Above: The Coated Canvas Flower Pot Holder by Marie Michielssen for Serax is €12 ($13.12) from Lili's. Above: The Esque Off Pitcher and Cup is $220 from Made Here PDX. Above: Made in France, Le Parfait Glass Jars from West Elm are ideal for pantry storage; prices start at $8 for the one-liter size. See more Steal This Looks :  Steal This Look: The Hotel Covell's Glamorous Kitchenette Steal This Look: A Boho Chic Backyard Patio Steal This Look: Mjolk's Scandi Meets Japanese Kitchen Steal This Look: A Minimalist Marfa Exterior Space   More Stories from Remodelista Award-Winning German Glass for the Kitchen Before/After: A Cool and Confident Kitchen in LA by Project M+ Remodeling 101: The Viking vs. Wolf Range




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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