A Skyscraper Kitchen Loft in Los Angeles

A Skyscraper Kitchen Loft in Los Angeles

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Cambria Bold
Mar 29, 2012

Brooke and Sam live in an 820-square-foot apartment in the historic Continental Building, Los Angeles' oldest skyscraper, built in 1903. As if that weren't enough, their relaxed "urban/industrial, global, and traditional" style really suits the space, especially the kitchen.

In this Apartment Therapy House Tour from 2011, Brooke and Sam share what they love about the kitchen.

In the kitchen, the building management was so kind to provide us the stainless steel chef's table. This is really the center of our loft where everyone gathers when friends come over, where we can store/display our copper pots and more colorful cookware, mixing bowls, etc. on the lower shelf. We love it... On a smaller scale, we installed a bathroom towel bar over our kitchen sink to hang our cooking utensils, fresh herbs, and garlic. We love to cook at home and with limited drawer space this works well for us. Installing a closet organizer system was another project for us and something we could never live without!
See the Full Tour: Brooke and Sam's Skyscraper Loft at Apartment Therapy

(Images: Evan Koester for Apartment Therapy)

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