The industrial style has become a real phenomenon in interior design, which has quickly established itself as an important part of the modern repertoire of designers all over the world. As for us, decoration enthusiasts, the loft spirit is an inexhaustible source of inspiration for adopting a modern style that likes contrasts and raw materials without sacrificing chic. This industrial “revolution” in interior design took hold of our favorite space – the kitchen. With the food craze in recent years and the explosion of cooking shows, the kitchen has become a central space in the home. This growing importance is reflected in a return to functionality in design, resistant materials and free movement. These are all characteristics of the industrial style kitchen.
Industrial style kitchen with rustic decorative accents
The industrial style is characterized by an airy workshop atmosphere that favors open and decompartmentalized space. High ceilings, bay windows, oversized furniture, large volumes are its most distinctive features. But that doesn’t mean the industrial look is only for large kitchens. The taste for functionality and the clever layout of space also make it the ideal style to better optimize every square meter in your small kitchen.
High ceilings, brick walls and a workshop-style atmosphere.
The great originality of the industrial kitchen consists in the efforts to balance an authentic look at the limit of the raw design with a contemporary chic design. Unlike other styles here, we do not try to hide elements deemed incompatible with aesthetic standards. On the contrary, the functional structures of the kitchen are integrated in a harmonious way. Hood, ventilation ducts, piping, exposed frame and various metal details are all presented to view. This display spirit is clearly visible in the ingenious storage solutions. We therefore favor open shelves and utensil holders over upper cabinets..
Spacious modern kitchen with central stainless steel island.
In this atmosphere, reminiscent of old factory workshops, it is the raw-looking materials that are in the spotlight. Concrete, metal and wood go hand in hand in a harmonious or contrasting combination. The preferred finish for many appliances, stainless steel is increasingly entering the home to create an atmosphere worthy of a chef’s kitchen. Its aesthetic appeal – the shiny appearance fits perfectly into the sleek contemporary design. The industrial look having the advantage of easily combining with other styles (vintage, rustic, Scandinavian), the choice of furniture finishes and materials used depends on your desires and your possibilities.
Sophisticated mix of materials – understated elegance enhanced by the presence of exposed beams and leather accents.
Apart from being a characteristic feature of the industrial style, the bay windows bring more light into the kitchen.
Industrial style kitchen incorporates resistant materials such as concrete.
The contrast between the red bricks and the white kitchen with designer lines gives a modern look to the industrial space.
Factory-style bell suspensions
The fronts of the wooden furniture give a warm atmosphere in this industrial style kitchen.
The glass roof is used to delimit the kitchen – an ideal solution to give an industrial look to small spaces.
Vintage-style cuisine with colorful accents.
The rustic industrial style dares to combine materials – raw wood, metallic accents and stone go hand in hand in this welcoming kitchen.
The stainless steel finish of the kitchen furniture and the blackboard effect splashback give a real “professional kitchen” aspect.
Navy blue kitchen with eclectic design
Cowhide effect bar stools for a decorative accent in this monochrome kitchen.
Industrial-style decor with a metal shelf suspended from the ceiling and workshop furniture.
Contemporary design with pure lines that combines wood and concrete
Industrial style kitchen with colorful accents.
Industrial loft style kitchen delimited by dark wooden beams.
Airy workshop atmosphere with an emphasis on the rusty metal effect finish of the central island.
The combination of stone, marble and oak adds to the harmonious play of colors for a chic and contemporary ensemble.
Industrial look enhanced by in-line bell pendant lights.
Reclaimed atmosphere in the kitchen
Dare to use contrasting styles
Open metal shelves play both a functional and decorative role.
The raw aspect of concrete is tempered by the use of fluorescent colors and the presence of wood.
The country-style kitchen is often inspired by industrial decor for a more original appearance.
Double kitchen island in wood and metal to complete the carpentry workshop atmosphere.
Industrial style kitchen with monochrome design.
Enhance the elegance of the matte black metal finish with a few pops of color.
The raw appearance is softened by the abundant natural light and outdoor vegetation.
Modern kitchen playing on contrasting wood finishes.
Small kitchen with a total stainless steel look.
Central island in solid wood overhung by an industrial design chandelier.
Ingenious juxtaposition of two opposing styles.
The display of utensils is part of the industrial style aesthetic.
Industrial atmosphere guaranteed thanks to visible functional elements.
Industrial loft combining the cozy atmosphere of Scandinavian style and the authentic industrial aspect.
Industrial style kitchen fitted in length.
Eclectic kitchen with functional design.
Scandinavian style in this kitchen with industrial accents.
The vintage look of the tiles adds a touch of charm to the industrial atmosphere.
Unexpected southern note in a professional kitchen atmosphere.
Dare to use flashy colors in the monochrome kitchen layout.
The shelves in copper and wood tubes are an industrial storage solution that is both functional and decorative.
Removable central island in the functional industrial aesthetic.
Shabby chic kitchen with industrial accents.
Scandinavian atmosphere with industrial accents.