Savory Style: Industrial Chic
Did you catch Taylor Gourmet featured in the September issue of Dwell magazine? The story highlights the rustic industrial look of the renovated building on H Street NE that houses not only the Italian deli but also owners Casey Patten and David Mazza. They built nearly identical apartments on the two floors over the market. (Later this year, they're planning to open a second Taylor in the CityVista building at Fifth and K Streets NW.) Check out the salvaged materials and resourceful design in the slideshow here.
Savory Style was inspired by Patten and Mazza's industrial chic aesthetic with this round-up.
1. The French company Tolix has been making these galvanized steel chairs since the 1930s, but they still have a modern urban edge. Tolix cafe chair, Pottery Barn, $225 (also at Sundance, $245)
2. A cluster of light bulbs makes an eye-catching fixture inside Taylor. Try it out with a few of these colorful pendants. Light bulb pendant, Design Within Reach, $99
3. A sleek way to store your vino. Structure 21 bottle wine rack, CB2, $49.95
4. I'm kind of obsessed with everything on Get Back, Inc.'s site, from the salvaged theater seats to the vintage medical storage cabinets. This cart would make a cool mobile bar. Industrial wood and metal cart, Get Back, Inc., price upon request
Savory Style is an occasional weekend feature highlighting great style and cool products for your kitchen, tabletop and home.