Beautiful exposed beams and wooden planks on the ceiling add architectural interest and texture to the space, while the natural vibe they create flows perfectly with the stunning views surrounding the property.
Homeowner Chad Alford had always wanted to live in a New York City loft, so his partner Tomas Frenes designed their townhome in Atlanta's Cabbagetown neighborhood to look like urban buildings. Custom doors with smoked glass are made to look like the windows on urban buildings, and exposed ceiling beams and ductwork enhance the industrial look.
The industrial exposed beams and ductwork in this loft space show its roots, while a tiled black accent wall shows what it's up to now! Reclaimed hardwood floors create a warm, lived-in base for the space, though the accent wall continues to look shiny, modern and new.
The living room on the first floor of this penthouse loft features classic industrial design. With plenty of space for hosting parties, the living area shares polished concrete flooring, exposed concrete beams and recessed lighting with the open concept kitchen.
An industrial loft gets a modern update; this kitchen draws in the best of both design styles. High, beamed, wood ceilings exude a sense of raw power and strength, where the clean lines of the contemporary appliances and cabinets make the space feel balanced and refined. The warmth of the ceilings is echoed in the use of red-topped stools, tying the room together.
Thick, rough-hewn beams run the length of the loft, a beautiful architectural detail that gives the space a visual anchor. In the kitchen, industrial pendants are a chic nod to the home's warehouse roots.
This screened-in porch is lit with an industrial-chic chandelier so it can be enjoyed at night as well as during the day. Exposed ceiling beams and coastal-style wooden chairs add even more character to the space, as seen on HGTV's Property Brothers.
Fixer Upper Hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines decided to bring in wooden support beams for a decorative touch, making the ceilings appear lower and the living room feel cozier. Joanna staged the room with furniture and accessories of natural wood, metal and worn leather. The vintage letters as wall art are one of her signature pieces.
Gorgeous wooden ceiling beams give this white living area a rustic vibe. Industrial-style metal chairs sit at a basic wood and metal table, while a low coffee table and entryway table continue the wood and metal mix.