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.

Small eclectic single-wall concrete floor eat-in kitchen photo in Phoenix with stainless steel appliances, flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, metallic backsplash, metal backsplash, a drop-in sink, laminate countertops and no island —  Houzz
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This photo has 7 questions
mrichmo wrote:Dec 7, 2012
maywebb wrote:Mar 17, 2012
  • maywebb
    That is really tricky ...but not as simple..Will try it though and let you know it if works. Thanks
  • maywebb
    I think i get it now ... yeah its really simple .:-) double thanks.
5campbells wrote:Jan 13, 2015
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ahweaver wrote:Dec 31, 2013
Umpa Lumpa wrote:Dec 6, 2013
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    Studio D - Danielle Wallinger
    there is no hood in this project, you are looking at a custom shelf made of stainless steel.
Elizabeth McPherson wrote:Mar 31, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to Drool-Worthy Design Features to Borrow From Restaurant KitchensOct 10, 2016

    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.

    baanthony
    Bryan Anthony added this to Ways to Fall in Love With a One-Wall KitchenFeb 3, 2016

    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.

    jenott
    Jennifer Ott Design added this to Hang 'Em or Hide 'Em: 10 Stylish Ways to Store Pots and PansOct 1, 2013

    Linear wall rack. For a more streamlined look, arrange your pots and pans in a line on the wall using a linear rack.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    dogluver927
    dogluver927 added this to ceilingMay 20, 2019

    like the studs with beadboard in between

    boonesprague
    boonesprague added this to kitchen ideasMar 27, 2019

    pans hanging big block tiles wood ceiling

    dogluver927
    dogluver927 added this to variousMar 17, 2019

    stainless steel backsplash moves onto tiles wall onto wood ceiling

    troy_obrero
    Troy Obrero added this to 1730 Kitchen/LivingMar 9, 2019

    love the appliance shelf on the wall. and the pot/utensil rail

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