The kitchen in the King home has been completely transformed and repositioned. Some of the key elements of the kitchen are the open shelves, the black granite countertops, the brick backsplash, a vent hood, stainless steel appliances, industrial light fixtures and a custom island, as seen on Fixer Upper.
With soft blue walls and a coastal wood desk, this home office feels like a beach-inspired getaway. An industrial light fixture and sliding barn doors add an unexpected edginess to the otherwise tranquil design.
A predominantly neutral color palette helps create a calming environment in this classic breakfast room. Pops of color are incorporated in the accessories and drapery fabric, adding liveliness to the space.
Scour home donation centers and nonprofit home decor stores for single pieces that can go into small spots, such as a bar nook. This industrial-style fixture was one of the items that McNeal Walker Interiors found at such a store and repurposed.
For a bit of industrial style in your kitchen, upcycle a light fixture. Designers with McNeal Walker Interiors in Atlanta found the metal fixture at the Atlanta Habitat for Humanity ReStore and repurposed it to fit in their kitchen redo.
The minimalist modern design of this bedside features an industrial style chord light hanging over a small floating nightstand shelf. The wood shelf and vase-held branches add a touch of color to the crisp white room and bed linens.
Natural light and high ceilings accentuate the airy, open design of this kitchen. Large circular chandeliers fill the open air and bring a cool, industrial influence to the room. Charcoal gray bar chairs are tucked up agains the large island featuring ash-toned woodgrain and marble countertop.
This custom pendant light was designed by Andrea Michaelson using chain mesh from ceiling to floor surrounding an exposed light bulb. The functional, unique and industrial modern light fixture fits the design studio powder room where it resides.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, this 140-square-foot home was filled with high-end, industrial-style caged light fixtures at a fraction of what it would cost to outfit a standard-sized house. Perks!