To connect the rooms visually and literally to the backyard, the back walls are almost entirely glass. Doors can open—or in some cases slide back—to join the indoors with screened porches, patios and the pool and hot tub.
An industrial steel and glass wall separates the kitchen from the living and dining space in this transitional townhouse. A row of windows above the kitchen bar opens, so guests can sit and grab a bite to eat or converse with the chef.
A glass door opens into this spacious walk in shower. The three remaining walls are covered in white subway tile for a bright and spacious feel. Small white and gray square tile flooring compliments the monochromatic design. A built in cubby and small corner bench create easy storage and use throughout the space.
The restaurant features an original garage door that opens to allow an indoor-outdoor experience for guests seated at the walnut counter. The steel and glass door pairs with steel and wood barstools and an exposed brick wall for an ultra-industrial look.
This home's staircase combines both traditional and contemporary influences. The blackened steel and original concrete walls add an industrial flair to the area, while the staircase's glass and wood combination add a modern element to the space.
Steel curtain hardware travels across the wall to become an industrial-style art display. The glass desk is on wheels so that it is easily shifted out of the way when the home office is needed as an extra guest room.
Tiles in a neutral yellow and green color range cover the wall surrounding a wood burning pizza oven in this midcentury modern kitchen. Stainless steel countertop and appliances give an industrial vibe against the wood cabinetry with frosted glass doors. Natural light from the clerestory windows bounces off the steel finishes to brighten the space.
A brilliant mix of materials gives this kitchen a contemporary blended style. The exposed duct work and brick wall lend a warehouse-loft vibe, while the shiny black wall tile, glass light fixtures and stainless-steel appliance add an industrial touch. Natural solid-surface countertops and wood cabinetry provide a natural element.
Glass pendant lights hang over a rustic wood island in this industrial kitchen. The gray tile backsplash and modern stainless steel appliances create a clean, stylish feel that is a signature of contemporary design.