Steal This Look: A Sonoma Loft Kitchen
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Last week we admired this light airy Sonoma Loft by DISC Interiors ; this week we break down the elements so you can create a similar look. Photographs by David John . Above: The kitchen island base is made from reclaimed wood with a butcher block countertop. Above: The elements include a cork floor, backsplash tiles from Heath Ceramics, and a long restaurant-style steel shelf. Above: The two lights suspended over the kitchen counter are the Noir Pendant Lamp ; $249 each (currently on sale for $159.20) from CB2. Above: At the counter are three Elysian Barstool with blackened steel frames and leather-covered seats; $950 each from Lawson Fenning in LA. Above: The backsplash in the kitchen is made with 2-by-4-inch Classic Field Tile in fog from Heath Ceramics. Contact Heath directly for pricing (tile samples are available for a dollar each). Above: The cabinet hardware on the cabinets was sourced from Schoolhouse Electric. The Kate Knob in brass; $5. Above: John Boos Classic Maple Butcher Block Countertops are one and a half inches thick and come in a variety of lengths and widths; go to John Boos for more information. Alternatively, Ikea's solid wood Numerar countertops are made of solid wood and start at $129 for a 73-inch length. Above: On the counter is a rice storage baskets from Lantern Moon; the Mini Rice Basket is $14.70, the Small Rice Basket is $25.20, and the Large Rice Basket is $29.40. Above: Hanging above the table is the Louis Poulsen Wohlert Pendant Light ; $876 from Y Lighting. Above: The Cyclone Dining Table by Isamu Noguchi for Knoll is $1,898 from Y Living. Above: The Eames-style Eazy Chair ; $275 from White on White. Above: The cabinets are painted in HC-100 Gloucester Sage from Benjamin Moore. Above: The walls and the ceiling are painted in Benjamin Moore's Wind's Breath 981 . Looking for more inspiration? Check out all our Steal This Look posts.