If you do lots of cooking at home, you need a look that wears well through heavy use, which is why the simple, rugged aesthetic of an industrial kitchen remains popular. Now, Big Chill has introduced the Classic Series, a professional stove and hood specially made for industrial-style kitchens. The set is constructed of heavy-duty stainless steel, comes in six colors, and is finished with mixed textured metals.
Exposed concrete, oversized windows and 22 ft. ceilings catch the eye in this modern, industrial-style penthouse living space. Guests can enjoy a downtown Dallas view from the couch or the covered terrace outside.
Team Drew's completed kitchen renovation in the Gereboff home in Los Angeles, CA as seen on season 1 of Brother vs. Brother on HGTV. The team repainted the space as well as added new tile flooring, cabinets, countertops, and tile backsplash.
Just off the living room, a farmhouse-style industrial dining table paired with aluminum chairs create a chic and rustic space. A matching console table with an assortment of accessories ties the look together.
These nursery shelves are made from pipes, which reinforces the industrial elements in the space. It also makes an otherwise useful space extremely functional and add more books storage, always needed in a nursery.
Display books, knickknacks and other small items on this wired wheel from Restoration Hardware’s RH baby & child. Mount three horizontally or vertically for a dramatic, yet functional storage solution.
393 West End Ave, located on the South West corner of 79th Street and West End Avenue, is a classic 17 story prewar building being developed by Simon Baron Development. The landmarked development has been brilliantly reimagined by Vicente Wolf, marrying the best of classic pre-war with contemporary design and interiors.