Although this neutral-hued kitchen is transitional in its approach, it also suggests an industrial-style edginess in its furnishings and architecture. The sharp lines of the graduated tray ceiling and the rustic center island and barstools introduce these aesthetics while complementing the more traditional elements in the cabinetry and flooring for a successful marriage of otherwise clashing forms. Design my AB Design Elements.
A trio of industrial-style sconces provide task lighting over the kitchen sink and prep area. Black quartz countertops top the muted gray cabinets, while white subway tile creates a contrasting backsplash. Open shelving with wrought iron brackets keep dishes and mugs handy.
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.
Kelly & Co. Design didn't miss a single detail when transforming a barn into a music/entertainment space, as evidenced by this rustic bathroom. The ceiling was contracted from reclaimed wood, and the walls were covered in a cream-colored material that gives the space a clean, industrial aesthetic. A double sink vanity with rustic wood cabinetry completes the look.
A custom painted sign for Chinook Bait and Tackle from artist Celery Jones evokes a reclaimed storefront sign from nearby Gig Harbor. Industrial style pendant lights are inspired by lights you would find on a pier or dock adding a coastal feel to the space.
The rough metal legs and weather-wood top on this sofa table add a touch of industrial style to this entryway. The scraped hardwood floor adds more texture while the deep blue sofa and ikat curtains provide color and softness.
A long center island is topped by a rustic-industrial, candelabra-style pendant fixture, driving home this kitchen's modern farmhouse appeal. Woven seating gives the room a casual vibe, while all-white cabinetry and a white subway tile backsplash create a sleek backdrop that brings it a modern edge. Open shelving is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
Industrial lights are becoming more popular in styles and designs, which is bringing down the price point for new fixtures. “If you use authentic industrial lighting, it was meant to hang in factory. So you can find an old vintage light a lot of time and get it for a good deal,” says Stephanie Andrews, a designer for an Atlanta-based company, Balance Design.
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.
The kitchen was not only expanded and integrated into a more open floor plan, but became the visual focal point of the renovation with its blend of modern and rustic motifs. The design features a rectangular track light set up over the huge island, natural wood backsplash wall and barn style pantry doors.
A custom kitchen island made from vintage wood, plumbing pipes and industrial casters contributes style and utility and is the perfect fit in this rustic industrial style kitchen, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
This San Diego tea bar mixes urban style with rustic accents. Bobalicious features a black-and-white accent wall painted by a graffiti artist and warm, rustic wood paneling. Industrial features are introduced with the corrugated tin service counter and red, Tolix-style chairs.