The homeowners needed an office, so Chip and Joanna, from HGTV's hit show, Fixer Upper, put up a wall from next to the kitchen area to create a room perfect for the job. A rustic desk and ceiling fan make the space vintage and neat, while an industrial table lamp and chair make the space masculine. The magenta rug gives the small space a pop of color, while the custom wall art and hanging plants add decorative flair.
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.
Industrial-Style Restaurant Features Exposed Kitchen
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.
Second-Story Dining Room Features Upcycled Chandelier
The chandelier in this dining area is made of recycled cider jugs; photo murals on the walls depict the roofscapes visible through these second-story windows. Exposed ductwork keeps with the urban feel of the downstairs, and the use of rustic wood gives the space a sense of authenticity and warmth.
In the sitting room, Chip and Joanna, hosts of HGTV's hit show Fixer Upper, blended a modern design with industrial details to create this unique space. The wainscoting was removed in the space and the walls were painted a warm beige, while modern slate floors, a clean, white sofa and simple, linen curtains finish the modern design. To bring stylish storage into the space, Joanna added industrial cabinets and shelving to complete the room.
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.
Metal Chandelier and Steampunk Floor Lamp Help to Light Living Room While Maintaining Design Integrity
To light the interior of the space, designers added a Gregorios Pineo chandelier and a Jamie Young steampunk floor lamp to help maintain the industrial, modern look the homeowners wished to achieve while helping to light the space.
A solid steel dining table with attached seats is designed to withstand anything the grandkids can throw at it. The custom-made light fixture above the breakfast room mixes rustic and industrial styles. Antique birdhouses add character to the wood-paneled walls.
This dining room's industrial-chic style is the perfect dinner party conversation starter. Designers paired a table with a thick slab top and a mechanical-inspired base with button-tufted chairs and a picnic-style bench.
Dining Room With Rustic Wood Table and Industrial Chandelier
A unique and antique-inspired chandelier hangs above a beautiful, custom-made wood dining table, creating a funky elegance. The tone-on-tone room (and room beyond) is enhanced by the presence of bright grasses and plants — substitute flowers of differing colors or fruit for a seasonal transformation.
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.
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.
To soften the living room's more industrial elements, like the concrete floors and steel-grid windows, the architects infused the space with light wood beams and ceiling panels. With these rustic textures at play, the home better complements its natural surroundings.