Neutral Loft Kitchen Has Industrial-Contemporary Style
An island lined with industrial-style barstools offers a casual dining option in this neutral loft kitchen. A pair of industrial-style copper pendant lights offer plenty of task lighting, while contemporary light-wood cabinets complement the dark island.
Instead of springing for a built-in island, consider a freestanding one made from recycled materials. Case in point: the Industrial Recycled High Bench Table, shown in Shabby Chic White, $1,999, designed by Will Marx for GHIFY. Handmade in Brisbane, Australia, of native Australian timber, the design was inspired by the architecture of Queensland. Says GHIFY, “This island is one of our signature designs, which has been hugely popular as a kitchen island for added counter space, as a high bench dining table for the eat-in kitchen and as a workbench/desk. It is a timeless industrial recycled styled table that can be custom-built to any size, color or finish. Each table comes with a 10-year warranty.”
This industrial farmhouse kitchen boasts unique elements from each style that add to the design, while the clean lines and neutral colors of the space bring a modern feel to the kitchen, creating a space that is unique to the homeowners.
Industrial, Loft-Inspired Kitchen and Adjacent Work Area
This newly renovated kitchen, designed by HGTV's Kitchen Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri and seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, has expanded storage, plenty of counter space and the open feel of an urban loft. What had once served as the dining room is now a functioning work area that shares space with the kitchen.
Urban Loft Kitchen Features Industrial and Contemporary Style
Light maple cabinets and vertical batten board used for the backsplash add contemporary style to this urban loft kitchen. Industrial touches, including copper pendant lights and wood-and-metal barstools, add welcome contrast and texture to the neutral space.
Modern, Industrial Chef-Style Kitchen With Professional-Grade Appliances
Professional-grade appliances and expansive kitchen island suit the homeowners of this Eugene, Ore., house, who love to cook. Storage is mostly tucked into the spaces in the lower half of the kitchen to suit the homeowners, who did not want upper cabinetry.
The kitchen was gutted with the goal of creating the essence of a modern bistro-inspired space. Two-toned, custom inset cabinetry and a clean Caesar-Stone countertop pair for a sleek look. A tongue-and-groove wood feature wall behind the kitchen sink adds a cottage touch to the space, while industrial barstools pull up for casual dining.
Wood Tones, Lighting Create Warm Contrast in Sleek, Industrial-Style Kitchen
A stained butcher block island creates a gathering place in the Atlanta townhome of a couple who loves to entertain. The wood, brass Bertoia-style barstools and Edison bulbs create warm contrasts to the black and gray finishes in the kitchen.
In this home's new kitchen addition, designers used pieces of the old kitchen space, such as the old cabinets and wood floors, to create the new one. Then, they added features such as open shelves, stainless steel appliances, subway tile and wrought iron chairs to create a visually interesting rustic, industrial eat-in kitchen.
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.
Turn to texture - Materials that have a naturally tactile quality are great for drawing the eye. Bricks, wood, metal and other highly textural materials can be put to good use to create the perfect focal point in this beautiful kitchen.