My Houzz: Raw Meets Refined in an Open Brooklyn LoftIndustrial Kitchen, New York
Photo: Corynne Pless © 2013 Houzz
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8. Embrace your space. This L-shaped kitchen in Brooklyn, New York, was begging for an island, but built-in cabinetry would’ve felt too heavy for the open floor plan in this loft space.Homeowner James Botha solved this problem with a trip to New York’s Chinatown, where he commissioned a custom kitchen cart. The cart’s lightness keeps it from making the space feel closed off while still adding storage and prep space.See more of this airy loftMore: Browse mobile carts in the Houzz Products section
During the renovations Botha removed a small closet on the far side of the refrigerator. The countertops are from IceStone and are a mix of reclaimed glass with an aggregate of concrete.