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Steal This Look: A Stainless Kitchen Made from Ikea Components

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 29, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Izabella Simmons last modified Apr 28, 2015

We've been eyeing this industrial stainless steel kitchen in Stockholm for a while now. Here's a guide to replicating the kitchen using components from Ikea's recently released Sektion kitchen line, which includes stainless steel drawers and cabinets.  Above: An industrial kitchen in Stockholm featuring stainless steel drawers and sink. The kitchen has unconventional storage in the form of a hanging pot rack and vintage wooden crates. Photograph via Interior Stockholm . Above: One wall is clad in large subway tiles; an industrial pendant lamp as well as a vintage glass chandelier provide illumination. Above: The eat-in kitchen has an old farm table paired with vintage chairs.  Above: The Professional Bertazzoni 36-Inch Gas Range is $4,499 from AJ Madison.   Above: Ikea's new kitchen line  Sektion  includes Grevsta Stainless Steel Drawers and stainless steel cabinets. They start at $189 for three drawers with a white frame, measuring 15 by 24 by 30 inches. (The drawers are available in five widths.)    Above: The John Boos Stainless Steel Prep Table (96 inches wide by 30 inches deep) is equipped with double sinks, a utensil drawer, and a cutting board; $2,351 from Central Restaurant Products.   Above: The  Roger Black Rectangular Rack Grid measures 30 by 15 inches and costs $69.95 from Amazon.   Above: Search online for vintage industrial pendants or consider the Wesco Deep Bowl Chain Hung Pendant in black, starting at $155 from Barn Light Electric.    Above: The Murano Glass Chandelier comes in five colors is $3,352 from DWR.   Above: Source a collection of Vintage Dining Chairs from SF-based  Chairish . Photograph via Unearthed Vintage .    Above: The 1900s Boulangerie Rectangular Extension Dining Table is available in six dimensions and four finishes and starts at $745 from Restoration Hardware.    Above: This Wooden Vintage Crate costs $79 from Relique.    Above: This  Lodge Cast Iron Dutch Oven is $54.95 from Crate and Barrel.    Above: For kitchen pulls, consider the Cast Brass Bin Pull measuring 3 3/4 inches from $8.30 from Lee Valley. For more bin options, see our post 10 Easy Pieces: Brass Bin Pulls .  Our latest Steal This Look posts include:  An Artful Bedroom at the Hotel Tivoli A Well-Organized Closet on a Budget A Discreetly Luxe Bedroom Suite in London A Low-Key Kitchen in South Africa More Stories from Remodelista 13 Strategies for Hiding the Microwave Devol's New Kitchen Showroom in London Young Turks: Barber Osgerby for Royal Doulton






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