See how creative touches enlivened a loft's lacking kitchen
Photo by Jeffrey Cross; written by Leilani Marie Labong
The couple used reverse psychology when planning for their cabinets. "Having closed cabinets would only give me permission to accumulate more objects!" says Christina. Roomy cabinets hide appliances, while tea and coffee provisions are stored in a long, narrow built-in above the counter. Heath seconds sit atop the slender case. The wall makes a dramatic (18 feet high!) backdrop. The concrete's raw color and texture are echoed by the vintage Cosco barstools.