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Steal This Look: A Stainless Kitchen Made from Ikea Components

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We’ve been eyeing this industrial stainless steel kitchen in Stockholm for a while now. Here’s a guide to replicating the kitchen using components from Ikea’s recently released Sektion kitchen line, which includes stainless steel drawers and cabinets. 


Stockholm Kitchen I Remodelista

Above: An industrial kitchen in Stockholm featuring stainless steel drawers and sink. The kitchen has unconventional storage in the form of a hanging pot rack and vintage wooden crates. Photograph via Interior Stockholm.


Stockholm Kitchen I Remodelista

Above: One wall is clad in large subway tiles; an industrial pendant lamp as well as a vintage glass chandelier provide illumination.


Stockholm Kitchen I Remodelista

Above: The eat-in kitchen has an old farm table paired with vintage chairs. 


Bertazzoni 36-inch professional gas range I Remodelista

Above: The Professional Bertazzoni 36-Inch Gas Range is $4,499 from AJ Madison.


Ikea Sektion Base Cabinet with drawers in Grevsta Stainless Steel I Remodelista
 

Above: Ikea’s new kitchen line Sektion includes Grevsta Stainless Steel Drawers and stainless steel cabinets. They start at $189 for three drawers with a white frame, measuring 15 by 24 by 30 inches. (The drawers are available in five widths.) 


John Boos Stainless Steel Prep Table I Remodelista
 

Above: The John Boos Stainless Steel Prep Table (96 inches wide by 30 inches deep) is equipped with double sinks, a utensil drawer, and a cutting board; $2,351 from Central Restaurant Products.


Roger Black Rectangular Rack Grid I Remodelista
 

Above: The Roger Black Rectangular Rack Grid measures 30 by 15 inches and costs $69.95 from Amazon.


Wesco Deep Bowl Chain Hung Pendant-Barn-Light-Electric I Remodelista
 

Above: Search online for vintage industrial pendants or consider the Wesco Deep Bowl Chain Hung Pendant in black, starting at $155 from Barn Light Electric. 


Murano Glass Chandelier I Remodelista
 

Above: The Murano Glass Chandelier comes in five colors is $3,352 from DWR.


Vintage Chairs I Remodelista
 

Above: Source a collection of Vintage Dining Chairs from SF-based Chairish. Photograph via Unearthed Vintage


1900s Boulangerie Rectangular Extension Dining Table from Restoration Hardware I Remodelista
 

Above: The 1900s Boulangerie Rectangular Extension Dining Table is available in six dimensions and four finishes and starts at $745 from Restoration Hardware. 


Vintage Wooden Crate I Remodelista
 

Above: This Wooden Vintage Crate costs $79 from Relique. 


Lodge cast Iron dutch oven I Remodelista
 

Above: This Lodge Cast Iron Dutch Oven is $54.95 from Crate and Barrel. 


Cast Brass Bin Pull Lee Valley I Remodelista
 

Above: For kitchen pulls, consider the Cast Brass Bin Pull measuring 3 3/4 inches from $8.30 from Lee Valley. For more bin options, see our post 10 Easy Pieces: Brass Bin Pulls

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On the market: Two-bedroom apartment in the 1930s Frederick Gibberd-designed Pullman Court, London, SW2

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If you like the idea of old school modernist and aren’t put off by a block, you might want to check out this two-bedroom apartment in the 1930s Frederick Gibberd-designed Pullman Court, London, SW2.

Two-bedroom apartment in the 1930s Frederick Gibberd-designed Pullman Court, London, SW2Two-bedroom apartment in the 1930s Frederick Gibberd-designed Pullman Court, London, SW2

The grade II-listed building was designed to appeal to ‘young professionals’ back in the day (according to the agent, each unit came with ‘a wireless, a gas fire and an ice box built in’).

Two-bedroom apartment in the 1930s Frederick Gibberd-designed Pullman Court, London, SW2Two-bedroom apartment in the 1930s Frederick Gibberd-designed Pullman Court, London, SW2

You would guess it still has that appeal. It definitely has a backbone of people who love the place, with a residents’ committee ensuring some communal events in the green spaces that surround the buildings.

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This particular apartment is in ‘arguably the best block at Pullman Court’ at the rear of the site and away from the road and is in ‘very good condition’.

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That certainly looks to be the case. Yes, the oldest kitchen and bathroom have been updated, but the rest is there kind of blank canvas you would expect from a modernist apartment both then and now.

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Space is dominated by the reception room, but you also have two bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchen. That kitchen is perhaps small by today’s standards, but you would imagine that your average 1930s modernist dined out more than in.

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As we said, communal space too, both as part of the building and outside. The blocks were built around several large trees which survive today.

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The asking price is £299,950, but note that there is a service charge of around £2,000 per annum.

Images and details courtesy of The Modern House. For more information or to make an enquiry, please visit their website.

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Battles announce one-off London show

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Battles will play a one-off London show at The Dome in Tufnell Park on May 27.

The performance is part of four European dates the band are due to play next month, which also includes shows in Austria, France and Germany. Tickets for the London show go on sale tomorrow (April 29).

The announcement comes almost exactly a year after the New York trio took to Twitter to tease fans with the promise of a new album. Posting a picture taken in-studio, Battles wrote: “Yes, the windows are dusty, but let this serve as evidence of a new record being made.”

Twelve months on, however, and there is currently no confirmed release date or title for the album, or when it is expected to be completed by. The group last released an LP in 2011 with ‘Gloss Drop’. When the new album does arrive, it will be their first since the departure of former member Tyondai Braxton.

Battles will play:

London, The Dome (May 27)

Yes, the windows are dusty, but let this serve as evidence of a new record being made. http://t.co/lEWBmLKzNW— BATTLES (@BATTLES) April 25, 2014

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