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Antique Barn Shutter and Metal Rakes Repurposed Into Shelves
In the dining space, designers from America's Most Desperate Kitchens added plenty of storage and a bar area. To add more display options and complete the design in the space, a vintage barn shutter was repurposed into a shelving unit that is illuminated by a bright, broadway light fixture. Vintage metal rakes on either side of the shelves were upcycled and used as wine glass racks.
A zinc-clad barn door conceals this walk in pantry when not in use. Shelves made from chicken wire and angle iron allow crumbs fall to the counter instead of being stuck on the shelves, making for easy cleanup.
Contemporary Brown Dining Area With Red Chairs at Il Corso Restaurant
Exposed ductwork and ceiling beams bring an industrial vibe to the main dining room at Il Corso. Dark red chairs surround each table with black and white linens, and globe-shaped pendant lights dangle above, adding a fun element to the design. Reclaimed wood flooring and natural stone walls complete the look.
Gorgeous, Industrial Walk-In Closet From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson repurposed an unnecessary extra bedroom into a large, functional walk-in closet with industrial built-in component shelves perfect for storing shoes and accessories.
For the Daniels Lane Residence, the client expressed a desire for a natural landscape. The vision was to create a place where the home was organically integrated into the landscape. LaGuardia started by using native plants that followed the color and texture of the home as well as the movement of the ocean, drawing it all together. Cape American Beach Grass and Red Fescue were used, which both move fluidly in the wind bringing water like elements to the dry land.
Wood and Metal Blend to Create Seamless Industrial Design
In this kitchen, designers from America's Most Desperate Kitchens created an elegant, industrial space for these homeowners. The neutral color of the cabinets and countertops are offset by the blue backsplash that makes the space pop, while metal and wood blend together to create a seamless, industrial design.
Stylish Bedroom Features Geometric-Patterned Sheets
Patterns, textures, colors, styles and unique design items mix to create a bedroom with one-of-a-kind charm. The clock made out of a fan is whimsical and industrial, while a knitted chartreuse throw pillow feels homey and bright. The spectacular and simple headboard is made from slightly unaligned planks of wood.
Mexican Restaurant Features Large Bar and Dining Area
Industrial concrete floors and columns pair with rustic wood chairs and tables to create a dining area in this San Diego restaurant. The Mexican restaurant also boasts a large bar area, where barstools offer additional seating for more casual dining.
A solid steel dining table with attached seats is designed to withstand anything the grandkids can throw at it. The custom-made light fixture above the breakfast room mixes rustic and industrial styles. Antique birdhouses add character to the wood-paneled walls.
James Angus and Jamie Bolton are serial garage hackers who have created the ultimate man cave. Faced with lack of space, they made use of reused and repurposed items found around the house. This includes cabinets left from a kitchen renovation. They stacked two over the washer and dryer and left room for plumbing pipe rod to hold loose hangers.
The homeowners wanted a unique kitchen space, so designers featured a hidden television inside the space's mirrored backsplash. The special dielectric mirror was designed and fabricated so that it can slide behind the built-in kitchen cabinets in case the television ever needed to be repaired. The home already had cast iron columns, so designers incorporated them into the home's design, giving the space a more industrial feel.
Industrial Garage Door Opens for Indoor-Outdoor Dining
The restaurant features an original garage door that opens to allow an indoor-outdoor experience for guests seated at the walnut counter. The steel and glass door pairs with steel and wood barstools and an exposed brick wall for an ultra-industrial look.
The home's interior has an industrial farm feel with floating metal shelves, exposed wood beams, dark stained wood floors, a high-contrast palette and — of course — lots and lots of shiplap. This is, after all, Fixer Upper.
To soften the living room's more industrial elements, like the concrete floors and steel-grid windows, the architects infused the space with light wood beams and ceiling panels. With these rustic textures at play, the home better complements its natural surroundings.
Polished concrete floors set an industrial tone that's carried throughout this authentic Mexican restaurant. A wood paneled ceiling accent above the bar feels simultaneously rustic and contemporary, and leather on the barstools adds definite Southwestern flair.