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Lab-Like Loft Kitchen

Create a sleek restaurant-style space with reclaimed vintage stainless steel pieces.

Made from a rebuilt shop table, topped with butcher block, and surrounded by drafting stools, the kitchen island is the focal point in this industrial-looking space. An eye-catching dentist lamp hung over it can be repositioned easily with its hydraulic arm. The upper cabinets — from a lab — are backed and clad with stainless steel to strengthen them and tie them with the lower cabinets. With its 11-foot ceilings, painted brick wall and factory windows, its hard to believe this kitchen was designed a decade ago.

  • Photographer: Luis Albuquerque
  • Source: House & Home December 2002/January 2003 issue
  • Products: Cabinets, UpCountry.
  • Designer: Terry Iwaskiw

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