This rustic-chic retreat nestled on a snowy Montana mountainside features lots of natural wood and stone accents, industrial design highlights, and a covered outdoor balcony overlooking the beautiful landscape.
To add definition to the open space here, designers used glass to create conference rooms. Within each conference room, they placed metal tables and chairs to capitalize on the industrial design that permeates the building.
A curated look with modern and industrial design elements and a mix of colors creates an appealing living room that coordinates with adjacent spaces and reflects this urban home's mix of easy living and modern style.
This bright, lavish loft exudes industrial design, both inside and out. The covered terrace in this Dallas penthouse loft offers a clear view inside the home with oversized windows, but also the perfect space for lounging and gathering outside.
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.
A swinging wall sconce and rough iron and reclaimed wood shelving unit create an industrial design element in this transitional home office. Gray wood-paneled walls, dark metals and a brown leather sofa evoke a masculine feel in the neutral space.
Honey, I’m home! The Artistry Series, an appliance suite from GE, has a refreshingly analog feel. The industrial designer who created the stove, refrigerator and dishwasher eschews digital displays. Unlike old-fashioned iceboxes, though, these fridges are Energy Star-rated.
In this conference room, designers have highlighted the industrial design of this building by adding metal shelving and lighting and a modern table. Personality and warmth are added to this space by the collection of classic toys and records on the shelves.
Industrial designer Michael Yurkovic has a love of vintage toys and often creates prototypes of toys in miniature for his work. But his love of midcentury modern design inspired Yurkovic to made replicas of famous designs in miniature like this Charles and Ray Eames circa 1950 storage unit.
A 3-D focal wall sets the tone for this polished living space. Floating benches stabilized by an indoor pergola-style structure anchor the room in industrial design. Flashy gold end tables and creative traditional-style chair backs on the benches add a touch of elegance to the space.
This corner kitchen area in a loft apartment feels warm and inviting, and at the same time modern and sleek. The exposed brick echoes industrial design, which is juxtaposed by the contemporary stainless steel counters and appliances and the funky modern barstools. Hardwood floors tie all the design elements together.