This contemporary living room is a luxurious escape from the everyday. The abstract artwork on the wall and behind the sofa gives the space a bit of an artistic flare. The throw pillows add unique color to the space, while the neutral furniture keeps the space casual and inviting and the exposed air duct adds an industrial style to the living room
Incorporate the ultimate trio - The three key materials for an industrial interior are brick, wood and metal. This industrial kitchen mixes all three and creates a dramatic effect, adding exposed duct work for extra impact.
Designers kept the bones of the loft simple and elegant, painting brick and exposed ducts white for a bright feel and highlighting warmer textures like the wood beams. All materials and furnishings were purchased from local artisans.
Open shelving adds an industrial touch while pulling all the homeowner's curated pieces together for a comfortable, lived-in feel. Exposed duct work and cable lighting accentuate the urban setting, while midcentury details polish off the design.
This double-height living space combines rustic and modernism with wood beams, exposed ducts and glass balconies, which provide a peek into the upstairs library. The furniture followed the same scheme with a reclaimed wood coffee table and surrounding sleek seating pieces.
A brilliant mix of materials gives this kitchen a contemporary blended style. The exposed duct work and brick wall lend a warehouse-loft vibe, while the shiny black wall tile, glass light fixtures and stainless-steel appliance add an industrial touch. Natural solid-surface countertops and wood cabinetry provide a natural element.
The combination of dark wood cabinets and stainless steel create a kitchen with masculine style. An exposed metal duct pipe, industrial track lighting and a ladder on sliding rails emphasize the unexpected, a signature attribute of eclectic design.
This chic entryway features a brown wood staircase with a high-gloss finish, giving it a sleek, contemporary look. Metallic accents, like the black railing and exposed air ducts along the ceiling add an industrial feel to the space.
The studio's ducts and copper pipes exposed to save on budget and a new concrete floor was poured on top of the old floor. New 1" LED lights were added to the front of the meeting lounge space. White paint brightened up the original brick walls and complemented new walls for the bathroom, kitchenette and storage area.
Homeowners wanted a non-traditional design in this modern nursery that could grow with their son as he grows, so designers created this edgy space. The black and white color palette makes the space modern and unique, while the black sound waves running up the wall keep the space from feeling too babyish; however, the artwork from Shel Silverstein's classic children's book "Where the Sidewalk Ends" helps to bring nursery innocence to the space. To add the finishing touches, air ducts and pendant lights were exposed to give the space an edgier look and a reading nook was created as a comfortable place to foster learning throughout this little boy's life.