Tin ceiling tiles and a wall treatment painted by a graffiti artist offer an urban feel to Bobalicious, a tea and juice bar in San Diego, Calif. Red Tolix-inspired dining chairs offer a bright pop of color, playing on the fun vibe.
The home's interior has an industrial farm feel with floating metal shelves, exposed wood beams, dark stained wood floors, a high-contrast palette and — of course — lots and lots of shiplap. This is, after all, Fixer Upper.
A centrally located wine room, constructed of glass and steel to coordinate with the building's existing garage doors, makes a grand statement in the restaurant's dining area. An original brick wall serves as a backdrop for the glowing display.
To further play up the industrial modern cottage vibe in this small beach house, a concrete slab floor and industrial HVAC vent running through the ceiling were left in place. Shiplap was added to one accent wall to bring in that coastal element. A blue painted sliding door opens into the bathroom and brings a little bit of color to this space.
When you remove doors, it doesn’t have to be a complete cabinet redo. Instead, let one cabinet be free to display interesting kitchenware, such as cooper kettles, cookbooks and other items out in the open. Enhance the background with tile or wallpaper.
Install glass shelving to stock up a bar and display favorite bottles and garnishes. For an inexpensive industrial feature, Carlton Walker and Tony McNeal of McNeal Walker Interiors repurposed an old metal kitchen light with a cage purchased at a Habitat for Humanity ReStore.
A dark gray accent wall and industrial metal storage cabinet give this modern living room a cool touch, while natural light keeps the space bright. A neutral sofa sits in front of a black coffee table while a fun throw pillow adds a touch of color.
The exposed kitchen — spacious and open — serves as the focal point of this restaurant, connecting diners to chefs in a way that's unusual for fine dining. Exposed ductwork and steel accents give the space an industrial vibe.
Incorporate the ultimate trio - The three key materials for an industrial interior are brick, wood and metal. This industrial kitchen mixes all three and creates a dramatic effect, adding exposed duct work for extra impact.
In this kitchen, designers from America's Most Desperate Kitchens created an elegant, industrial space for these homeowners. The neutral color of the cabinets and countertops are offset by the blue backsplash that makes the space pop, while metal and wood blend together to create a seamless, industrial design.
The craftsmanship of the historic 1906 building, once a horse stable and now brought back to life, is the foundation for the restaurant's design. The entire design team was passionate about showcasing the building's true quality and marrying it to a restaurant with the same standard for excellence. The design palette is restrained to ensure the natural bones of the space are truly showcased above all. A simple, natural palette of whites, wood and accented textures creates understated interest and elevates the original character and materials.
Patterns, textures, colors, styles and unique design items mix to create a bedroom with one-of-a-kind charm. The clock made out of a fan is whimsical and industrial, while a knitted chartreuse throw pillow feels homey and bright. The spectacular and simple headboard is made from slightly unaligned planks of wood.
A moody color palette and industrial accents are used to echo the looks of New York City buildings in the master bathroom of an Atlanta townhome. A custom-made window overooking the living space below replaced an existing set of glass blocks. High-gloss subway tile reflect the stylish lighting. Wood-look tile alternates with black tile to create visual contrast.
A beautifully designed staircase that blends old and new. The staircase uses thick wood slab treads that seem to float on the white painted steel stringer. This metal look is a industrial modern and possibly could be made a bit more elegant with larger posts, or incorporating wood to the rails/posts.
This nursery for singer Nick Carter's son features industrial style wooden shelves that are perfect for displaying keepsakes, like baby blocks and framed photos. Underneath is a neutral sofa with decorative throw pillows and a built-in trundle bed. Soft-hued hot air balloon wallpaper provides a fun accent.