We are sure that you know what industrial style is. In fact, we will not hesitate to guess if you have observed some industrial kitchen ideas before as a consideration for your next home renovation. Industrial style is a trend that is, unfortunately, not very well known in kitchen design. But, it has a pleasant aesthetic by taking instructions from ancient industrial spaces that are converted into a living space. It might sound complicated, but designing a kitchen in this style will not make your life harder because the processes are relatively simple! You only need to leave some cool materials in your kitchen, such as brick walls, concrete floors, weathered woods, ventilation pipes, and exposed metal rust. If you don’t have these items in your interior, relax. There are many building material stores that will provide all your kitchen remodel needs later, and you can follow the tutorials that are nowadays you can find everywhere in the Internet space. So, are you ready to see the new gorgeous look of your kitchen?
One of the most popular industrial décor trends is placing some dark kitchen cabinets inside the cooking space. You might be surprised by how it works perfectly for your kitchen while using dark colors may seem contrary to the general public perception that the kitchen should be dominated by bright and inviting colors.
A black and white kitchen gives a strong statement that offers you choices about the detail and precision of taking over the center stage. Whether it’s the color of the kitchen cabinet, metallic lighting that is full of industrial touch, marble countertop, or a lineup of amazing cooking appliances. The combination of all the furniture in monochrome colors keeps this room comfortable while bringing a trendy and up-to-date beauty.
The dark kitchen always helps you to create trendy and sleek cooking and dining area that will be loved by the whole family. This black kitchen feels extraordinarily roomy. The hanging lights and white marble countertops complete the entire matte black furniture. Meanwhile, the door that leads to an open area provides a space for families to connect with the outside world.
This industrial kitchen suggests a combination of two concepts that clash but creates an interesting union. ‘Bold’ and ‘dark’ are not usually paired together, but with black furnishings with a glossy finish and a backsplash of bricks which emitting warmth, of course, that’s something that should happen.
Minimalism is a favorite trend among top kitchen designs and ideas. Clean lines, light colors, and uncomplicated textures all help to create the illusion of a well-ordered and airy room. Other elements of an industrial scheme from this mini kitchen work together to create a chic minimalist theme.
Elegant and classy. Those are the two notes that emanate from this industrial kitchen. Relying on oak wood as the main material making up the entire room from floor to ceiling. This kitchen becomes a very unbelievable example because apart from the sunless vibe emerged, this kitchen can feel so warm.
This white kitchen design idea will make your dream to remodel an industrial-style kitchen come true. Although it still does not rule out a classic modern aesthetic. We wholeheartedly recommend white as your kitchen’s main color scheme. Unlike other more vibrant hues, neutral tones will adapt really well to the rapidly changing decorating trends.
Unlike some of the designs that you have seen before, this beautiful kitchen is more cheerful with a colorful vintage kitchen cabinet and island made of a refurbished retro table with a shiny black marble slab. Backslash made from exposed bricks highlights a sense of warmth and comfort.
Colorful wooden furniture adorns a unique space intentionally left in the earth tones, while a rough finishing touch gives the kitchen flooring and wall a retro look. The dark flooring is elegance itself, while the rugged wood elements and industrial-style lamps provide a comfortable home tone.
Instead of hiding exposed pipes in your kitchen and simply judging them as nothing but an eyesore, just show them the way industrial kitchens above do that will upgrade them to a chic and vintage interior decoration.
With shiny surfaces and metal furnishings, gray can look a bit cold and indifferent. However, once it’s equipped with warm equipment such as copper countertops and sinks, you should be able to have a balanced mix of warm and cold colors.
Try a soft gray with warm undertones like the kitchen above if you love the clean look of pale gray that looks very industrial. A hint of yellow undertone on your kitchen wall can create a calmer, more relaxed vibe.
Adding a splash of color or unique accessories can spruce up any kitchen, and your industrial kitchen is no exception! You can indeed depend on a fully saturated kitchen, but it doesn’t hurt if you add a small touch to refresh your cooking area. A Kitchen with emerald hues and pop lightings harmonizes the floor-to-ceiling white space.
An open plan kitchen works perfectly on a large floor. With its storage, marble countertop, and chairs, this kitchen looks like a fancy dining and cooking area rather than just a normal working station. Open shelves stacked above the sink complete the white island with clean lines and enhance the quality of the furniture. High stools and other kitchen appliances, all of which are white, beautify the room with a contemporary industrial style.
Hanging from the right heights or just hovering above your kitchen island for useful glow, pendant lights create a big yet soft statement for your industrial decor. Take these lights as an example; You will understand why we highly recommend it to you.
You certainly never thought before that a mixture of industrial and natural styles can create an appropriate mix. Wooden ceilings and beams, as well as the exposed brick walls, complete the sleek flooring, which successfully keeps it from feeling too much like a display kitchen.
A perfectly and accurately framed window in the masculine loft kitchen above allows natural light to enter the rather dark cooking area. It makes the kitchen look warmer, more comfortable, and bigger. This kitchen idea is ready to accompany the cooking adventures of any man who is conscious of a classy style in their workstation.
You should decide on stainless steel furniture to brighten and illuminate the ambiance in your industrial kitchen. This type of design is completely stylish and cool at the same time, yet it is also elegant and classy. If you’re planning to replace a few pieces of furniture in your kitchen with this building material, you can make it as the countertop material to reflect your personality.
When industrial meets rustic, something magical happens! The exposed pipe on the ceiling and floor to wall marble create a rustic base. At the same time, its industrial accents are noticeable on the metal and glass tables, stainless steel cabinets, and black color schemes that add some cool edges.
The dining table secluded at the corner of the room, on the opposite of the kitchen island, marks a special area where families usually gather together. This monochrome and lightweight kitchen make the pendant lightings and contemporary geometric countertop look even more striking.
The kitchen in the picture above has industrial pieces of furniture that offer a unique aesthetic. At the same time, it is still mixed with the ultramodern appearance of the overall warm yet modern interior. The backsplash utilizes iron tiles with patterns that, surprisingly, clash nicely with each other.
This modern kitchen that is still able to retain its distinctive industrial style has successfully incorporated warm woods in most amazing ways. From floors, furniture, ceilings, and window frames, all of which can easily catch your family’s eyes.
You can fill your kitchen with streamlined elements, marble countertop, a subway tile backsplash, but never miss out to install white walls that never fail to create a classic charm.
This kitchen was built with cabinets and floors that use wood as the main material. To balance the dark spots and give the whole room a brighter look, light panels are installed high on the ceiling. The natural appearance of the wood used makes this kitchen very inspiring.