A Loft Kitchen (with Concrete Counters!)
Doub and John’s Philadelphia loft makes the most of its industrial roots. (It used to be a greasy working garage.) Stainless steel appliances, metal overhead lighting, plywood walls, and poured concrete kitchen counters maintain the raw aesthetic of the space, but the unusual choice to pair that with traditional chairs around the dining table softens the space just enough to keep it from feeling too cold and expansive.
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