17 Jul 10 Industrial Kitchens We Absolutely Love
Industrial style is commonly found in old industrial spaces, abandoned factories or lofts, but its urban vibe and budget friendly character made industrial style kitchens vastly present in modern eclectic homes. Materials typically used in the industrial design are concrete, wood, and metal with exposed walls and installations as its most recognizable features. Industrial style kitchens allow freedom of creativity like no other style, always generating a unique and inspiring result. Salvaged materials, the warmth of exposed brick and miss-matched vintage pieces create cool spaces that burst with character.
We gathered ten absolutely inspiring industrial kitchens for you to enjoy; all of them distinguished in character and with inspiring stories behind them.
Converting an old farm into a warm industrial house in Sprundel, Netherlands, is a part of an impressive portfolio of Joep van Os Architecten.
Located on the edge of Zuid-Kennemerland National Park, again in the Netherlands, this amazing project is the work of Jeroen van Zwetselaar, interior architect.
This example of industrial chic belongs to Hampton’s home of New York’s lifestyle blogger Athena Calderone.
“I wanted the home to feel beachy, cozy, and somewhat undone. A place where friends and family can come and relax. The architecture is so uber-modern, so I chose furniture and materials that felt natural and rustic; reclaimed wood, lava stone, standard manila rope, and leather that would wear and patina over time. There is a modern, rustic balance that plays a role throughout the home which really allows the space to feel warm and inviting. I wanted to see imperfections—wood chipped and nails haphazardly placed. I wanted sand on the floors and for no one to feel the home was too precious.”
Read the full story at ripandtan.jennikayne.com
Once an old toy store and now an ultra-modern loft situated in Barcelona, Spain, is the work of design studio Eque and Seta. Exposed brick walls and installations, raw oak wood, and concrete were an imperative during renovation with the aim to maintain and enhance the true character of the space.
Architect Gail Long of Stoll Long Architecture transformed an old warehouse in Melbourne into an elegant and warm home for a fashion designer Lynda Newton and her husband, Paul.
This loft apartment on New York’s 13th Avenue has maintained its original warehouse soul with contemporary enhancement. The design is the work of Jessica Helgerson Studio and her team.
This stunning kitchen belongs to the world’s most famous chef, René Redzepi, the owner of restaurant NOMA, in Denmark. Originally used as a smithy, the house has been completely renovated by the Redzepi family.
Check the amazing results of this renovation here:
In this loft – located in the Werthan Bag Company’s former factory, in Nashville, designer Jason Arnold chose to embrace the industrial heritage of the space. The warm grey paint modernizes the exposed brick and original hardwood floors, while emphasizing the apartment’s grand 18-foot ceilings.
HGTV’s Chip and Joanna Gaines fixed up this lakefront home to create a stylish bachelor pad with a masculine feel and a touch of class.
A home in Kent, London, originally an old minstrel’s gallery thrills with its high ceilings and spectacular design solutions.
“The ceilings were very high and just to add to the atmosphere there was an original minstrels gallery at one end of the room that gave a magnificent view of this very special kitchen. The Pantry Blue base cabinets, glazed London wall cupboards and Island all made up of standard Shaker cupboards meant this kitchen was an instant hit, racking up more Instagram likes in 24 hours than any other deVOL kitchen ever.”
Read the full story at https://www.devolkitchens.co.uk/blog/.