Photo By: Mark Miller; Design By: Frazier Associates
Photo By: Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc., a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Alexandra Ribar
Photo By: Kelly Sutton Design
Photo By: Ebby Halliday Realtors, a member of Luxury Portfolio International ; Shoot 2 Sell Photography
Photo By: Colin Price Photography
Photo By: Marisa Vitale Photography
Photo By: Alexandra Ribar
Photo By: Tom Queally Photography
First Floor Powder Room in Remodeled Duplex
As seen on Good Bones, this home had no powder room on the first floor, so Mina and Karen added one. The vanity and mirror tie together to create that elegant, industrial style to match the rest of the home.
The homeowners wanted a unique kitchen space, so designers featured a hidden television inside the space's mirrored backsplash. The special dielectric mirror was designed and fabricated so that it can slide behind the built-in kitchen cabinets in case the television ever needed to be repaired. The home already had cast iron columns, so designers incorporated them into the home's design, giving the space a more industrial feel.
Industrial Dining Room With Wood Table and Metal Stools
There's no way to look past the eye-catching art at the heart of this dining room. The piece brings color and vibrancy to an otherwise-neutral design scheme. Industrial-style barn doors and lockers bookend either side of the space; each is utilitarian and art in and of itself. Using stools for dining chairs means more seating space: It's easier to cram more of them under a table, as they tend to be smaller than traditional chairs.
Antique Barn Shutter and Metal Rakes Repurposed Into Shelves
In the dining space, designers from America's Most Desperate Kitchens added plenty of storage and a bar area. To add more display options and complete the design in the space, a vintage barn shutter was repurposed into a shelving unit that is illuminated by a bright, broadway light fixture. Vintage metal rakes on either side of the shelves were upcycled and used as wine glass racks.
Sliding Panels Help to Create a Customizable Floor Plan in the Noho Loft
Throughout the Noho Loft's design, the homeowners needed a way to make their small spaces look larger and feel more functional, so designers had custom fabricated steel doors and sliding paneling made to help with this. Since many of the doors are not fixed, they allow the homeowners to customize their space to fit their needs at the moment, and because the doors slide rather than swing, they take up less room in the design so the home has more functional floor space.
Industrial Rustic Restaurant Dining Room With Red Metal Chairs
With red as the accent color, this neutral industrial restaurant receives a bright, welcoming look. Wall-mounted woven baskets nod to the deep-rooted Native American culture in Madrid, New Mexico, where the restaurant is located. Industrial wall-mounted lighting was inspired by the city's coal mining history.
Industrial-Style Staircase Features Floating Steps, Wood Handrail
This staircase is more than a means to the top floor; rather, its metal rails and floating steps transform the feature into a major point of interest. What's more, the open sides allow even more sunlight to filter throughout the house.
Bathroom Boasts Lighted Mirror and Dresser-Style Vanity
The single vanity in this bathroom is actually an antique table repurposed into a bathroom staple with the addition of a marble top and modern chrome fixtures. The large mirror above the sink is surrounded by a frame of light and is flanked by symmetrically placed sconces — providing tons of light to increase the sense of size in the small space.
Lots of Cabinets and Large Appliances in Communal Eat-In Kitchen
The third wall in the communal kitchen is chock full of cabinets with stylish, brushed nickel door knobs and drawer pulls to help keep everything organized, while the commercial sized appliances give the space room to accommodate its many occupants.
Rustic-Industrial Living Space with Sliding Barn Doors
This space is filled with unique custom pieces, from the corrugated metal ceiling to the suspended industrial lighting to the sliding barn doors coated in chalkboard paint. Richly finished reclaimed wood warms up the industrial elements in the space, giving the house a homey, lived-in feel that's also urban and chic.