Not that it needs to be all girders and work benches. Stools, chairs and benches can have a reclaimed and/or salvaged appearance – but veer away from the #cottagecore look by choosing pieces that are heavyweight and look as though they wouldn’t be out of place in a centuries-old warehouse.
You may not necessarily find slate tiles on the factory floor but our Nature Black Slate porcelain floor tiles are tough enough for indoor and outdoor use and will stand up to anything.
The design uses high-tech HD inkjet printing technology to replicate natural black slate – culminating in a very practical tile that will withstand outdoor elements and heavy everyday use. It features a ceramic-wrapped island, graphite structured lacquered cabinet door/drawer fronts for the perimeter cabinetry, and an extractor mounted within an exposed metal framework. We love the way this simple scheme has an industrial air about it – yes our Metropolis Star Wall & Floor tiles are decorative – but they also fit into this scheme beautifully.
Metal seating, over-sized factory-style pendants, and a basic table complete the look. Create a café/bistro style kitchen that’s perfect for social gatherings (adhering to the latest Covid rules of course!). Alternatively, you could consider wall mounted bath/basin taps, with a gunmetal finish, for serious industrial style.
Our Country Khaki Floor Tiles, also suitable for walls, provide a rugged timber-style look in porcelain.
An appropriate choice for a building that may include reclaimed wood and metal features. Shown here in Engineer Gold, but also available in Chrome, Polished Nickel and Living Brass finishes, amongst others.
Create a luxurious bathroom/cloakroom that includes some elements of industrial style – such as dark tiles and reclaimed materials. These are our Cliff Graphite tiles, ideal for keeping it plain and simple, but still maintaining that element of luxury.