20 Best Industrial Kitchen ideas to follow

Characterised by exposed brick walls, use of stainless steel and reclaimed wood surfaces, as well as their use of ventilation units and filament light bulbs as prominent design features, industrial style kitchens are easy to live with and maintain; in fact, they get better as they age.

Thick Glass Panels

Thick glass panels are an extraordinary and unique accent piece. This kitchen is light and airy, the windows allow light in, and the wooden paneling is a light and warm aspect to the room. A vintage stool and framed picture add style and elegance to an otherwise minimalist room.

Two – Shaded Kitchen

Two contrasting shades of wood are used in this room to create a gripping effect. Black and white components make for a very polished and chic design, with abstract art pieces lending color to the room.

Vibrant Color

This space doesn’t have much wall space, so the designer used the ceiling as an accent wall. The room is vibrant, with a mix of bright colors and uncovered shelves.

Open plan kitchen

From top to bottom, this open plan kitchen boasts industrial chic. The true masterpiece though, is the custom tile accent wall that tapers down to the floor, looking like a designer jigsaw puzzle. This inventive accent is surely unique and contributes a lot to the overall space.

Simple design feature

The black and white industrial pendant light fixtures are strung together to make a simple design feature, while the patterned panels create an understated accent. Wooden drawers are a pleasant contrast to the dark grey cabinets. The white wall and ceiling are make the room look more composed with it’s neat and clear cut color lines.

Versatile design

This 1880’s warehouse turned live-work studio was renovated for an artistic photographer’s family. The home respects it’s industrial origins while focusing squarely on a stylishly versatile design.

Chrome Appliances

There is no mistaking this room for anything but a kitchen. Large industrial shelves and chrome appliances would make any cook feel like they were a master chef.

Focal Point In Industrial Kitchen

A bench kitchen table with wooden and metallic elements make up the focal point of the room. A light color scheme on the walls allow the darker components to stand out.

Raw Industrial Elements

This small kitchen uses many raw industrial elements to create a cozy and simple room that isn’t cluttered.

Colorful Industrial Kitchen

The dark blue of these kitchen units injects colour into an otherwise neutral industrial-style space, while the Shaker style is in keeping with the industrial style of the open plan kitchen design.

Classic Industrial Kitchen

This kitchen simple but elegant kitchen features a handful of industrial finishes, from the exposed pipework and chrome extractor fan, to the exposed brick wall and pendant lights.

Modern Technology Kitchen

the simple floor to ceiling panelled glass, this glazed kitchen extension is flooded with natural light, while retaining its industrial feel. The built-in heated concrete bench, which allows the inside space to merge seamlessly with the outdoors.

Light Filled Kitchen

This open plan, kitchen, diner and living space extension is expertly zoned, using three different types of flooring, patterned tiles in the kitchen, charcoal tiles in the dining area, and rustic wood in the living area. This gives each space a distinct feel, all adding to the industrial feel of the space.

Kitchen Utensils

If you don’t want to commit to exposed brickwork, white brick-shaped tiles are a fantastic alternative. Keep kitchen utensils on display and fill Kilner jars with different varieties of pasta to add a taste of industrial style.

Exposed bricks

If your kitchen wall has exposed bricks, do not cover them. Bring out all of it soul and personality to multiply the industrial look of your kitchen. Otherwise, you can use vinyls that look like bricks or large format images as a decoration solution in the office, pantry or cupboards wall. A small detail that will redefine the style of your kitchen.

Iron Style – Kitchen

Iron is one of the key elements for designing your industrial kitchen. Use it for the furniture, stools,chairs, lamps, shelves and decoration items to complete a look full of style and personality.

Warm Wood

Use it to give warmth to your kitchen, specially wood with rougher and unpolished edges.

Stainless steel

It is another essential element for an industrial-style kitchen. Use it in the appliances and the professional-look hobs.

Design Icons

Chose real icons of furniture and accessories to decorate your kitchen. Some pieces have become essential items for the industrial-style decoration.

G-shaped workhorse

Clever design sees the layout of this kitchen take advantage of a G-shaped design, which provides a huge amount of bench space. This is particularly important when prepping and cooking meals for large numbers.