Shaw’s Blagden Alley is quickly turning into one DC’s coziest, best-designed hidden gems. From La Colombe‘s raw, industrial open-garage vibe, to Huntress Coal Oil‘s sleek, modern luxury–not to mention the grungey charm of the brick-paved passage itself–the entire scene gives off a mix of downtown vitality and hip comfort. And the addition of The Dabney, Jeremiah Langhorne’s 55-seat restaurant that focuses on mid-Atlantic cuisine, has brought a little more organic oomph to the area. With a chevron-styled brick floor, Shakeresque dining chairs, and warm textural touches like chalky ceramic vases on each table, the space feels like a very modern take on classic Colonial style. It’s the type of spare but thoughtful styling that would make sense in so many of DC’s nineteenth-century rowhouses. Here’s how you can get the look of The Dabney in your own kitchen and dining room.