10 Easy Pieces: Kids’ Modern Beds


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The New Unsuburban Kitchen Booth, 10 Favorites


Recently, we identified the kitchen booth as a trend to watch. Defined as an L- or U-shaped banquette or two facing benches (think 1950s diner), the new kitchen booth is on the rise. Here are our current favorites.

An L-shaped booth in oil-finished white oak by designers Space Exploration from Kitchen of the Week: An Ikea Kitchen with an Elegant Upper Cabinet Solution.
Above: An L-shaped booth in oil-finished white oak by designers Space Exploration from Kitchen of the Week: An Ikea Kitchen with an Elegant Upper Cabinet Solution.
A corner booth is created from a built-in bench and partial glass wall by architectural designers Studio Oink in a Washington, DC, remodel. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista; styling by Alexa Hotz from A Luminous, Euro-Style Row House in Washington, DC, Courtesy of Studio Oink.
Above: A corner booth is created from a built-in bench and partial glass wall by architectural designers Studio Oink in a Washington, DC, remodel. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista; styling by Alexa Hotz from A Luminous, Euro-Style Row House in Washington, DC, Courtesy of Studio Oink.
A booth created in a kitchen dining nook by Tamar Barnoon. Photograph by Laure Joliet from Kitchen of the Week: In Los Feliz, A Moody, Romantic Spanish Modern Update.
Above: A booth created in a kitchen dining nook by Tamar Barnoon. Photograph by Laure Joliet from Kitchen of the Week: In Los Feliz, A Moody, Romantic Spanish Modern Update.
A Copenhagen kitchen features Dinesen Heart Oak furniture (and floors) for a built-in booth. See more of the kitchen in Remodeling data-src=
Above: A Copenhagen kitchen features Dinesen Heart Oak furniture (and floors) for a built-in booth. See more of the kitchen in Remodeling 101: The L-Shaped Kitchen.
Designed by architect Thomas Kroeger of TKA, the Hofhaus Kitchen in Düsseldorf, Germany, features a mustard yellow built-in booth.
Above: Designed by architect Thomas Kroeger of TKA, the Hofhaus Kitchen in Düsseldorf, Germany, features a mustard yellow built-in booth.
Designed after the wood booths at restaurant Chez Panisse, Jim Rosenfield created a booth from untreated strips of fir at the Marin Country Mart Office. Photograph by Mimi Giboin for Remodelista from Marin’s Most Beautiful Office Space?.
Above: Designed after the wood booths at restaurant Chez Panisse, Jim Rosenfield created a booth from untreated strips of fir at the Marin Country Mart Office. Photograph by Mimi Giboin for Remodelista from Marin’s Most Beautiful Office Space?.
Designer Kara Rosenlund created a built-in U-shaped booth at the end of her kitchen. See more in Kitchen of the Week: A Blank-Slate Queensland Cottage Kitchen for a Stylist.
Above: Designer Kara Rosenlund created a built-in U-shaped booth at the end of her kitchen. See more in Kitchen of the Week: A Blank-Slate Queensland Cottage Kitchen for a Stylist.
A custom-built cherry booth in the Oakland, California, house of photographer Aya Brackett from Kitchen of the Week: Aya Brackett’s Hippie House Update in Oakland.
Above: A custom-built cherry booth in the Oakland, California, house of photographer Aya Brackett from Kitchen of the Week: Aya Brackett’s Hippie House Update in Oakland.
A booth-style seating area designed from antique church pews in the British Standard-designed kitchen from Kitchen of the Week: A Brightly Colored (and Cost Conscious) London Kitchen.
Above: A booth-style seating area designed from antique church pews in the British Standard-designed kitchen from Kitchen of the Week: A Brightly Colored (and Cost Conscious) London Kitchen.

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Steal This Look: An Economical Kitchen in an English Beach House, Ikea Hack Included


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Pink and Green Color Kitchen Remodel in East London


Danish-American couple Catherine and Toke Nygaard moved from California to a Victorian townhouse in East London. Their remodel, by Mike Tuck Studio, includes the ultimate Scandi-meets-Brit kitchen made up of Plain English cabinetry, Dinesen flooring, modern British craft furniture, and an unexpected color palette (pink and green). The look as a whole works so well, it’s infectious: All of us at Remodelista are taking note. Here’s a list of the kitchen’s key elements, right down to every light fixture (there are many) and accessory.

A shot of pink by way of a custom beadboard dining bench and pink Louis Poulsen pendant lights. Photograph by Luke Hayes from Kitchen of the Week: A Greatest-Hits Kitchen for a Danish-American Couple in London.
Above: A shot of pink by way of a custom beadboard dining bench and pink Louis Poulsen pendant lights. Photograph by Luke Hayes from Kitchen of the Week: A Greatest-Hits Kitchen for a Danish-American Couple in London.
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Above: The kitchen cabinets and island are from Plain English’s Osea kitchen, done up in a custom shade of olive green (see source below). Photograph by Luke Hayes from Kitchen of the Week: A Greatest-Hits Kitchen for a Danish-American Couple in London.
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Above: Can’t go wrong with a Plain English-meets-Gaggenau approach. The cooktop and vent hood shown are both from Gaggenau (see below for the source). Photograph by Luke Hayes from Kitchen of the Week: A Greatest-Hits Kitchen for a Danish-American Couple in London.

Materials

The Plain English Osea kitchen cabinets are painted with Papers & Paints&#8
Above: The Plain English Osea kitchen cabinets are painted with Papers & Paints’ Olive Colour .

The beadboard-back dining bench was custom-made by the couple’s contractor, Lionhead Construction, and painted in Little Greene’s Pink Slip.
Above: The beadboard-back dining bench was custom-made by the couple’s contractor, Lionhead Construction, and painted in Little Greene’s Pink Slip.
Kitchen countertops are Belgian blue limestone. Artistic Tile stocks Belgian Bluestone Honed Limestone Stone Slab and CoorItalia carries Belgian Blue Limestone.
Above: Kitchen countertops are Belgian blue limestone. Artistic Tile stocks Belgian Bluestone Honed Limestone Stone Slab and CoorItalia carries Belgian Blue Limestone.



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Steal This Look: A Luminous Kitchen Renovation in Rockport, Maine


Leave it to design stars Tara Mangini and Percy Bright of Jersey Ice Cream Co. to infuse an undistinguished 2004 builder’s special (see Remade in Maine: Jersey Ice Cream Co. Upgrades a Recently Built House) with rustic charm. The reimagined kitchen has tinted plaster walls, a now-signature Jersey Ice Cream Co. feature, Shaker-style cabinets, a luxury chateau-style range, and luminescent white tile. Here are the elements for re-creating the look.

The kitchen is partially constructed by Jersey Ice Cream Co. and by one of the house&#8
Above: The kitchen is partially constructed by Jersey Ice Cream Co. and by one of the house’s original contractors, Jay Fischer of Cold Mountain Builders. Photograph from Remade in Maine: Jersey Ice Cream Co. Upgrades a Recently Built Rockport House.
A large apron-front farmhouse sink anchors the L-shaped kitchen. It&#8
Above: A large apron-front farmhouse sink anchors the L-shaped kitchen. It’s paired with an unlacquered brass faucet. Photograph from Remade in Maine: Jersey Ice Cream Co. Upgrades a Recently Built Rockport House.
The pièce de résistance: a Lacanche range and white terracotta backsplash. Photograph from Remade in Maine: Jersey Ice Cream Co. Upgrades a Recently Built Rockport House.
Above: The pièce de résistance: a Lacanche range and white terracotta backsplash. Photograph from Remade in Maine: Jersey Ice Cream Co. Upgrades a Recently Built Rockport House.

Materials

Kitchen cabinets, built by Jay Fischer of Cold Mountain Builders, are painted Benjamin Moore Balboa Mist.
Above: Kitchen cabinets, built by Jay Fischer of Cold Mountain Builders, are painted Benjamin Moore Balboa Mist.
The kitchen countertops are honed Crema Delicata Marble, which is available at Stone Source among other stone retailers.
Above: The kitchen countertops are honed Crema Delicata Marble, which is available at Stone Source among other stone retailers.
The kitchen backsplash is made of Clé Tile Zellige Weathered Terracotta Tile left over from the master bath (see the rest of the house in Remade in Maine: Jersey Ice Cream Co. Upgrades a Recently Built Rockport House). The tile has a color &#8
Above: The kitchen backsplash is made of Clé Tile Zellige Weathered Terracotta Tile left over from the master bath (see the rest of the house in Remade in Maine: Jersey Ice Cream Co. Upgrades a Recently Built Rockport House). The tile has a color “made up of, literally, dozens of shades of white” according to Clé is $22.75 per square foot.

Appliances

The range is a French Lacanche Chagny 00 Range in ivory and brass hardware. It can be ordered directly through Lacanche. For more on ranges like this, see  Easy Pieces: Retro Kitchen Ranges.
Above: The range is a French Lacanche Chagny 1400 Range in ivory and brass hardware. It can be ordered directly through Lacanche. For more on ranges like this, see 10 Easy Pieces: Retro Kitchen Ranges.
At the end of the counter is a SubZero -Inch Undercounter Wine Refrigerator. Available at AJ Madison; contact for pricing and more information.
Above: At the end of the counter is a SubZero 24-Inch Undercounter Wine Refrigerator. Available at AJ Madison; contact for pricing and more information.



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10 Easy Pieces: Architect-Designed Sofas


Some of our favorite sofas, not surprisingly, are designed by notable architects. From Le Corbusier to Piero Lissoni, here are 10 sofas as thoughtfully-designed as a full-scale building.

Designed by Italian architect Piero Lissoni, the Extra Soft Sofa for Living Divani is a modular design in fabric or leather. It&#8
Above: Designed by Italian architect Piero Lissoni, the Extra Soft Sofa for Living Divani is a modular design in fabric or leather. It’s on the higher end of the price spectrum, available for £8,752 at TwentyTwentyOne.
Designed by French architect Jean-Marie Massaud for Poliform, the Westside Sofa is available in fabric or leather upholstery and in a wide variety of configurations. Contact dePlain for pricing and availability.
Above: Designed by French architect Jean-Marie Massaud for Poliform, the Westside Sofa is available in fabric or leather upholstery and in a wide variety of configurations. Contact dePlain for pricing and availability.
From architecture firm Claesson Koivisto Rune for Design Within Reach, the Lecco Sofa comes in two sizes—93 inch and data-src=
Above: From architecture firm Claesson Koivisto Rune for Design Within Reach, the Lecco Sofa comes in two sizes—93 inch and 110 inch—starting at $7,495.
Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen, the Series 3300 Sofa for Fritz Hansen comes as a two or three seat set up; prices start at $8,3 at Design Within Reach.
Above: Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen, the Series 3300 Sofa for Fritz Hansen comes as a two or three seat set up; prices start at $8,315 at Design Within Reach.
The Antonio Citterio-designed Charles Large Sofa by B&B Italia is a Remodelista favorite (see our post 5 Favorites: The Ultimate Architect-Designed Sofa). It comes in a range of sizes and configurations, one of which has a chaise-like extension. Contact B&B Italia for pricing and more information.
Above: The Antonio Citterio-designed Charles Large Sofa by B&B Italia is a Remodelista favorite (see our post 5 Favorites: The Ultimate Architect-Designed Sofa). It comes in a range of sizes and configurations, one of which has a chaise-like extension. Contact B&B Italia for pricing and more information.
Designed by Norm Architects for Design Within Reach, the Finn Sofa comes in black or white starting at $data-src=
Above: Designed by Norm Architects for Design Within Reach, the Finn Sofa comes in black or white starting at $1,995.
Another design from Claesson Koivisto Rune is the Continental Sofa for Swedese; $4,70
Above: Another design from Claesson Koivisto Rune is the Continental Sofa for Swedese; $4,702 at Finnish Design Shop.



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Collective Composition: A Historic Villa Renovation in Auckland by Katie Lockhart and Jack McKinney Architects


We’ve long admired the work of New Zealand interior designer Katie Lockhart whose distinctive style crosses the boundaries between midcentury and contemporary while pulling from European, New Zealand, and Southeast Asian design. Lockhart recently completed the renovation of a traditional New Zealand villa in Ponsonby, Auckland, working with Jack McKinney Architects. The clients both work in creative fields, and took inspiration from a recent trip to Sri Lanka, where they encountered the work of architect Geoffrey Bawa.

Working with a relatively small site constrained by houses on all sides, McKinney was limited by the heritage rules surrounding the original dwelling, a timber construction with hipped metal roof typical of early New Zealand homes. Unable to change the exterior or the roofline of the original home, McKinney suggested an architectural expansion and the renovation to only the non-original parts of the house. McKinney and Lockhart agreed upon an identity for the architecture and interiors, preserving. the integrity of the original villa, located at the front, while developing a new vocabulary for the new spaces facing the garden in the back. “The result is very far from a typical Auckland villa alteration, but feels natural and calm, not strident and forced,” says McKinney.

Lockhart set out to enhance the sculptural nature of the space and support this vision, integrating an indoor garden, a palette inspired by Italian terracotta tiles and tinted trowel-polished plaster walls, and one-off design objects sourced from vintage dealers and her own travels.

Here’s a walk through the space.

Photography by David Straight courtesy of Katie Lockhart Studio.

The walls throughout the house are done trowel-polished plaster from Resene Rockcote, shown here in color Aalto Pause. The curtains are a cotton-linen mix, Ehbirra YP0 from Designs of the Time, running on a custom track made by woodworker Grant Bailey.
Above: The walls throughout the house are done trowel-polished plaster from Resene Rockcote, shown here in color Aalto Pause. The curtains are a cotton-linen mix, Ehbirra YP18016 from Designs of the Time, running on a custom track made by woodworker Grant Bailey.
The furniture in the living room is made up of the CS Sofa from Truck Furniture in Osaka, Japan, a side chair made by Grant Bailey, both with custom olive green upholstery, and benches and side tables from a sourcing trip to Japan. The rug is a vintage Tuareg rug from Kulchi. The lamp is the Hotaru Double Bubble Light by Barber & Osgerby for Ozeki & Co. Ltd.—the Japanese manufacturers of Noguchi lamp shades.
Above: The furniture in the living room is made up of the CS Sofa from Truck Furniture in Osaka, Japan, a side chair made by Grant Bailey, both with custom olive green upholstery, and benches and side tables from a sourcing trip to Japan. The rug is a vintage Tuareg rug from Kulchi. The lamp is the Hotaru Double Bubble Light by Barber & Osgerby for Ozeki & Co. Ltd.—the Japanese manufacturers of Noguchi lamp shades.
Lighting by way of an Aalto A8 Floor Lamp and FLOS Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball Table Lamp.
Above: Lighting by way of an Aalto A810 Floor Lamp and FLOS Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball Table Lamp.
McKinney had the idea to run custom walnut cabinetry along the entire length of the wall, connecting the living space to the kitchen beyond.
Above: McKinney had the idea to run custom walnut cabinetry along the entire length of the wall, connecting the living space to the kitchen beyond.
A wider view of the living room and open kitchen. Without a kitchen island, the architects note, the dining table becomes a central gathering space, connecting the two rooms as one.
Above: A wider view of the living room and open kitchen. Without a kitchen island, the architects note, the dining table becomes a central gathering space, connecting the two rooms as one.



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Steal This Look: A Bungalow Bedroom in Malibu, California


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10 Easy Pieces: Natural Steel Towel Bars


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10 Easy Pieces: Shoe Storage Cabinets


The only thing better than a closet of neatly-arranged shoes, is a hidden storage cabinet for shoes alone. It’s our favorite way of stealthily corralling shoes by the front door. Here are our 10 picks for shoe storage cabinets.

The By Lassen Frame Shoe Cabinet comes is a wall-mounted design specifically for shoes and can be used alone or in multiples. Available in Dark Gray (shown), Light Gray, White, Dark Blue, and Black-Stained Ash starting at $7 each from Horne.
Above: The By Lassen Frame Shoe Cabinet comes is a wall-mounted design specifically for shoes and can be used alone or in multiples. Available in Dark Gray (shown), Light Gray, White, Dark Blue, and Black-Stained Ash starting at $710 each from Horne.
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Above: Ikea’s Mackapar Shoe Storage Cabinet in White is designed by Eva Lilja Löwenhielm from lightweight particleboard. It’s available in a large size (shown) and short size for $69.99. For more from the line see our post Ikea Storage Solutions for Minimalists on a Budget.
The Yamazaki Rolling Hidden Shoe Storage comes in black and white and can be rolled away beneath a cabinet to keep shoes out of sight; $65 at The Yamazaki Home. For more from the brand see our post Genius Low-Cost Storage Solutions from Japan.
Above: The Yamazaki Rolling Hidden Shoe Storage comes in black and white and can be rolled away beneath a cabinet to keep shoes out of sight; $65 at The Yamazaki Home. For more from the brand see our post Genius Low-Cost Storage Solutions from Japan.
From Scandinavian Designs Furniture, the Gren 4-Door Shoe Cabinet comes in black or white for $9.
Above: From Scandinavian Designs Furniture, the Gren 4-Door Shoe Cabinet comes in black or white for $149.
The Muuto Enfold Sideboard Low comes in black, oak/grey, and oak/dusty green for $
Above: The Muuto Enfold Sideboard Low comes in black, oak/grey, and oak/dusty green for $2,149 at Horne.
The Dotted Line 8 Pair Shoe Storage Cabinet in white is $8
Above: The Dotted Line 8 Pair Shoe Storage Cabinet in white is $82.99 at Wayfair.
The Adelina Oak & Grey Mid-Century Modern
Above: The Adelina Oak & Grey Mid-Century Modern 2-Door Shoe Cabinet is $270.75 at Goedekers.
The Ikea Ställ Shoe Cabinet with 4 Compartments in White is $99. The design is also available as a taller 3-compartment unit for $9 at Ikea.
Above: The Ikea Ställ Shoe Cabinet with 4 Compartments in White is $99. The design is also available as a taller 3-compartment unit for $139 at Ikea.
Designed by Peter J. Lassen for Montana Møbler, the Hall Shoe Cabinet comes in 40 different colors. Sold individually for $776 at Danish Design Store.
Above: Designed by Peter J. Lassen for Montana Møbler, the Hall Shoe Cabinet comes in 40 different colors. Sold individually for $776 at Danish Design Store.
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Above: CB2’s Fuel White Credenza can also be used as a shoe storage cabinet by the entry or in the living room; $499.

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