This neutral master bathroom features a double sink vanity with exposed plumbing that –– in addition to the polished concrete floors –– adds an industrial look to the space. Two mirrors and a pair of pendant lights are positioned above the vanity, while a wood plank ceiling and woven area rug add natural touches.
Designed by Lori Gilder, a classic master bathroom features a pale blue mosaic tile backsplash, which is combined with muted lighting, minimal furnishings and exposed plumbing to create a relaxing refuge.
Polished concrete floors and a wood paneled ceiling set the tone for an intriguing design in this master bathroom. Exposed plumbing adds an industrial vibe, while a freestanding tub lends classic charm.
This neutral bathroom features a rectangular terra cotta sink with exposed plumbing and chrome fixtures. Two mirrors are positioned together to line the corner in which the sink is placed, while a glass door provides a view of the rest of the space.
Designer Claire Paquin lent an industrial feel to this guest bathroom by installing a small vanity unit with exposed plumbing underneath the sink. The black and white hexagonal tile flooring, marble tile backsplash and chrome fixtures help build a modern look with a splash of a 1950s design.
This modern farmhouse bathroom blends contemporary and traditional details with rustic-industrial touches, creating a look that's at once homey and chic. Exposed plumbing pipes and steel legs on the sink basin keep the sink area open, giving the room an airy feel. The straw-colored trim is an unexpected touch that brings a fun pop of color.
This minimalist bathroom uses dark cabinets, white tiled floors and neutral walls to give this bathroom an aura of cool cleanliness. The modern, floating double vanity presents free-standing cabinets below the sink area, exposing the plumbing for an industrial-style look.
This former plumber’s ingenuity is on display in her kitchen. The exposed copper pipes and plumbing fixtures are a cool personal touch and a fun example of upcycling at its best. Designer and builder Robin Hayes left no pipe “unfitted.” Everything from the cup hooks to the temperature gauge is a clever nod to her former profession.
Walker Zanger stone floors set the stage for the exposed polished nickel plumbing and towel warmer, the antique silver chandelier and leaded glass window. The Water Monopoly tub was fashioned after a 19th-century French tub and stands surrounded by neutral Waterworks and Sonoma Tilemakers tile.
If you love the open flow and exposed structures of loft-style spaces but don’t happen to live in an actual loft, no worries: It’s easy to give any room in any house an industrial edge. In the living room of a midcentury house, for example, designer Michelle Lord left the ceiling beams beams and metal ducting exposed and hung open shelving created from plumbing pipes and reclaimed wood.