|This rustic industrial kitchen features a raw concrete beam running through the middle |
flanked by white cabinets, white subway tiles with black grout, combined with
exposed ducts, the enameled light fixture and bright concrete floors.
This is a perfect example of a rustic industrial space
Some elements that scream industrial design: white subway tiles with black grout lines; cool grey concrete-slab floors -- that can be warmed up with radiant heating -- or counters, walls, etc.; lamps that are large, simple and feel used -- think of a good flea-market find -- exposed pipes or duct work; raw-vaulted ceilings; metal elements in furnishings, such as the legs of your tables and chairs; exposed brick; and reclaimed wood.
|Aerial view of this industrial kitchen featuring concrete walls, stainless peninsula, metal light fixture and stools, and even exposed brick above the concrete.|
|This combination of glass and metal lights, a black wall, butcher block counters, and the way all of the details pile up make this kitchen a great representation of industrial design.|
|This rustic bathroom showcases a custom vanity made with reclaimed woods, |
and the light fixtures are the perfect accent to the style and the space.
|If you live in a multi-level home, and are aiming to achieve an industrial look, and open metal staircase is key. Featured on Style At Home is a tour of this industrial home in the Quebec countryside.|
|This converted industrial space has been softened by incorporating |
vibrant linens with neutral upholstery, artwork and feminine lines.