32 Industrial Style Kitchens That Will Make You Fall In Love
Industrial style anything is usually a big hit. It’s easy to achieve, always looks great and is functional, this is especially effective in a kitchen. It’s also a versatile concept that can be tailored to suit individual personal tastes. Part of what makes it such an effective style is the fact that old objects can be transformed into something new, creating a room with a nostalgic atmosphere.
Taking into account the popular trend, we’ve compiled a list of kitchens that showcase all the elements of industrial style. Each kitchen incorporates industrial elements, whether it’s subtle or obvious, while remaining completely unique. Are you ready to fall in love?
Industrial style kitchens are renowned for their spacious layout and functionality. In this kitchen, the floor has been left uncovered, the cement floor receiving only a glossy finish. A vertical garden and wooden cabinet warm up the raw industrial elements such as the uncovered pipes. The matte black kitchen island is an elegant addition, the bright red fittings add a splash of color.
Visualizer: Mihail Scherbak & Timothy Kalakutsky
The uncovered tubes and industrial pendant lights add the industrial chic, while the kitchen shelves make part of the decor. The yellow panel of wood complements the quilted carpet. A geometric shelf transforms a simple storage space into an integral part of the room’s design.
Colored wooden furniture endow the room with bright and fun colors, while the distressed finish gives it a stylishly vintage look. The dark wooden floors give the room elegance, while the raw wood elements and industrial lighting add the factory tone.
Light permeates this kitchen from an overhead skylight, framed by thick black metal bars. The room is decorated almost exclusively with vintage furniture. The dark green complement the uncovered brick.
Wooden beams replace the need for a ceiling, merging the top and bottom floor. Using different shades of grey is an easy way of making the room look industrial. Industrial kitchen cabinets can be made from any cupboard that looks or is old, vintage is always a necessity.
Color and patterns make for a fun room. The white ceiling allowing the patterned tiles to be an accent feature. The custom tiles allow a lot of space for creativity decoration wise, the pattern is reminiscent of a quilted blanket. The industrial fittings and homely furniture blend two worlds together.
The kitchen is the workshop of the house, this designer took that concept and turned it into an industrial masterpiece. The layout of this kitchen is like that of a culinary workshop, literally and figuratively.
Pendant lights? Check. Industrial shelving? Check. What makes this kitchen unique is the blackboard cupboard doors and ornamental ladder. An old work table has been given a new life in the form of a kitchen island. The entire look gives off the feel of an old fashioned workshop with all the comforts of modern day life. The wood and carpet a major design element.
A darker and more elegant kitchen, the pendant lights are lowered to create an intimate atmosphere. The dark purple curtains adding depth to the room, with the light flooring opening up the entire space.
Black piping and ventilation tubes set against a white ceiling create an intriguing contrast. The floor of the kitchen opts for a softer color palette, while the walls are darker. The lighter shades ensure that the space doesn’t look small and cramped, while the darker walls add personality. Bright red furniture contributes a bright spark of color.
White walls and furniture give this room the illusion of space, stenciled diagrams a unique and provocative design. Different shades of wood provide a respite from the white. A unique feature to the room is the swing in place of a bar stool.
Raw brick and pendant lighting, industrial shelves turn the kitchen into a prime example of a sophisticated industrial kitchen. Patterns in the cabinets create a modern design feature.
The slanted ceiling could’ve been a major challenge, but this designer expertly added colors and industrial kitchen components to make the kitchen look big and bright, turning the ceiling into a unique feature.
Industrial grade metal sheeting has been used to create an accent wall, creating a more modern industrial style kitchen. Proving that industrial style doesn’t need vintage elements to work. This kitchen is a cutting-edge modern masterpiece.
Thick glass panels are an extraordinary and unique accent piece. This kitchen is light and airy, the windows allow light in, and the wooden paneling is a light and warm aspect to the room. A vintage stool and framed picture add style and elegance to an otherwise minimalist room.
Two contrasting shades of wood are used in this room to create a gripping effect. Black and white components make for a very polished and chic design, with abstract art pieces lending color to the room.
This kitchen incorporates industrial style into every facet of the design, from the more obvious, such as the chain like fence and large metal beams to the more subtle such as the wooden step ladder holding up a delicate houseplant.
From top to bottom, this open plan kitchen boasts industrial chic. The true masterpiece though, is the custom tile accent wall that tapers down to the floor, looking like a designer jigsaw puzzle. This inventive accent is surely unique and contributes a lot to the overall space.
The black and white industrial pendant light fixtures are strung together to make a simple design feature, while the patterned panels create an understated accent. Wooden drawers are a pleasant contrast to the dark grey cabinets. The white wall and ceiling are make the room look more composed with it’s neat and clear cut color lines.
Charm oozes out of this kitchen, probably due to it’s rustic allure or dynamic color scheme, The industrial light fixtures are fixed to shine right above the artistic sign boards, drawing the eye to the wall’s focal point.
Industrialism is brought to the fore in this kitchen. We’ve seen many examples of how to use industrial style in many different ways. Colors, patterns, bold and subtle statements. They all work, but this kitchen shows that simply industrial works just as well, maybe even better.