A combination of brick walls, exposed beams and metal and wood surfaces are the signature of the industrial kitchen.
Mix in rustic neutral tones, industrial light fittings, vintage mis-matched chairs and a large organic table made from salvaged wood to complete the residential meets commercial kitchen.
If you yearn for the industrial look kitchen, here’s a few ideas to get you started.
I love this open shelves kitchen from House to Home The large skylight allows plenty of light fill the space.
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A reclaimed wood island paired with a concrete worktop gives a very organic feel to this space. Open shelves and chrome appliances finish the look. Image from Pinterest
The pink Smeg and accessories adds a feminine touch to this kitchen yet looks great against the stainless steel and exposed brick.
When it comes to design less is often more. This kitchen from Mad About The House has just enough brick and stainless steel to give it an industrial feel yet the polished wooden floor, gloss units and accessories gives it a modern look.
Even if you don’t happen to live in an airy loft apartment, you can still introduce industrial elements such as these vintage bar stools and copper pendants. Image from House to Home
What do you think — is the industrial look something you could live with in your home?