To soften the living room's more industrial elements, like the concrete floors and steel-grid windows, the architects infused the space with light wood beams and ceiling panels. With these rustic textures at play, the home better complements its natural surroundings.
Designers looked for ways to add playful, industrial details to this converted garage, so they added metalwork details wherever they could, such as the pendant lights and the barstools, which also add a splash of color.
Those industrial details continue to the back of the house, where a long dock lined with cables leads to two spacious garages. With dark gray shingles and identical A-frames, the structures bring stunning symmetry to the natural landscape.
In the sitting room, Chip and Joanna, hosts of HGTV's hit show Fixer Upper, blended a modern design with industrial details to create this unique space. The wainscoting was removed in the space and the walls were painted a warm beige, while modern slate floors, a clean, white sofa and simple, linen curtains finish the modern design. To bring stylish storage into the space, Joanna added industrial cabinets and shelving to complete the room.
To create a space with plenty of seating for guests, Chip and Joanna, hosts of HGTV's Fixer Upper, brought in a large sofa and two stylish chairs. To modernize the space, beige walls replaced outdated wallpaper and industrial details add a unique twist on a modern design. Yellow pillows and metallic lamps add a unique touch of color.
Deep hues and industrial details create a dining room with both punch and sophistication. An eclectic centerpiece gets its wow factor from fresh flowers in eye-popping colors that create a striking contrast with the dark walls. The classically inspired modern chairs add to the home's gothic-chic vibe.
Red detail on the sliding doors, light fixture and seating nook throw pillow offer sharp contrast to the sleek white walls and black steel details in this contemporary dining room with rustic industrial furniture.
America's Most Desperate Kitchen designers John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino wanted to give the homeowners the most efficient space they could, so these Kitchen Cousins removed the walls that closed in this kitchen making it feel small and cramped and created a space that has easy access to all of the common spaces in the home. Then added bright colors to the cabinets and industrial details that helped to bring this space to life.
The reclaimed wood accent wall in this master bedroom creates a focal point for the space, while setting the tone. To add style and design, the wall sconces, which are on a pulley system to allow the homeowners to adjust the lamps to their desired height, and overhead chandelier break the traditional approach of bedside lamps and a ceiling fan, providing a romantic, yet functional, feel to the space, while the white bedding, airy curtains, microfiber rug and earth tones infuse the room with softness.
It’s not surprising to find that art features heavily in this home, a unique loft-style apartment in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. In the living room, a single oversized piece by painter Erin Lynn Welsh stands out against the exposed brick wall, taking full advantage of the home’s industrial stye. A mid-century modern side chair in pale pink and brass was a vintage find that helped to bring the look of the space together.
A large kitchen island fills the open floor space in this kitchen leading to the connected dining room. White kitchen cabinets frame stainless steel appliances for a clean, traditional look. Metal barstools bring an industrial detail and convenient seating at the island. A pendant chandelier over the connected dining room echoes the use of pendant lights in the kitchen.
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.