The style was born out of the commercial restaurant kitchen – and usually, people with industrial kitchens know how to whip up a marvelous meal. If dust is an issue in urban areas, use glass window style cupboard doors. Put five or six of these components together and you’re well on your way. Possibly the most imposing industrial faucet we’ve ever seen and it works well.
And every good chef worth his salt knows that you can’t beat white porcelain dinnerware for a blank palette on which to serve your culinary creations. This kitchen in a New York loft (on Prince Street) has more of an upscale atmosphere than many industrial settings.
The kitchen is fit for a chef with custom stainless counters, cherry wood cabinets, and top tier professional appliances ranging from SubZero to Wolf, Fisher Paykel to Miele. Now, here’s how to do an industrial kitchen without any stainless.
The Mammut Extractor hood by Minacciolo is perfect in this room. This kitchen, in Spain, sits at one end of a long, open great room.
Two bunches of industrial lights hang over the dining table. Exposed pipe, beams and brick all contribute to the industrial style.
This Budapest kitchen is set in a wide open room with lots of stainless to delineate it. Utensils, pots and chile ristras hang from the stainless range hood.
Stainless always looks so sleek up against these kinds of rich colors.
Gleaming subway tiles, cement, hanging pots and spices – these all spell industrial. We’ve covered this entire apartment before, but felt the kitchen was worth a second look. An industrial kitchen in Sydney, Australia with open storage everywhere and distressed concrete floors.
We featured this Istanbul loft a while back, looking at the whole unit. Once again, white porcelain dinnerware (the pros know what they are doing), exposed shelves and clear jar canisters provide plenty of eye candy in this industrial style kitchen in Turkey.
Cement table and counters are the finishing touch on this prime example of an industrial style.
The New York subway tile backsplash is brilliant in this room. Open white shelving above and closed black cupboards below complete the look. It’s a long room with high ceilings, emphasized by the industrial track lighting.
Wow, this Washington, DC carriage house renovation really ticks off a lot of the industrial style kitchen boxes. We just love how open and spacious this kitchen is.