Willetta 9Eclectic Kitchen, Phoenix
This three story loft development was the harbinger of the
revitalization movement in Downtown Phoenix. With a versatile
layout and industrial finishes, Studio D’s design softened
the space while retaining the commercial essence of the loft.
The design focused primarily on furniture and fixtures with some material selections.
Targeting a high end aesthetic, the design lead was able to
value engineer the budget by mixing custom designed pieces
with retail pieces, concentrating the effort on high impact areas.
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3. Stainless, stainless and more stainless. Here’s what chefs know about stainless surfaces: They don’t stain, you can plop hot pans right on them, and they are hygienic. Bacteria can seep into porous surfaces but not stainless steel.
The one-wall kitchen in this Phoenix loft forgoes upper cabinets in favor of a stainless steel shelf. To make up for the lack of storage space, a steel rod on an adjacent wall supports cooking pans that would otherwise take up cabinet space.
Linear wall rack. For a more streamlined look, arrange your pots and pans in a line on the wall using a linear rack.