When you are considering remodeling your kitchen, you likely have a style in mind—even if you don’t know what the style is called. Kitchens can range from traditional to industrial to farmhouse to contemporary—and there is even a difference between rustic farmhouse and modern farmhouse. Whatever you call it, your kitchen will end up with a style, and the cabinetry, countertop material, colors, and finishes all contribute. A well-designed kitchen considers how all of these elements work together—the better they work into a coordinated style, the more likely your new kitchen is to “wow.”
Today, we will take a look at what makes a kitchen “Industrial.”
Industrial design started in lofts and has since expanded. It celebrates the elements, so expect a big mix of textures—especially concrete, brick, and metal mixed with wood. You can go extreme with exposed brick or pipes and decorate with scrap metal and flea market finds, or you can mix it with modern highlighted with a few touches of metals and industrial items.
Concrete used anywhere will really pull the raw industrial look. Choose handles and metals with industrial finishes. Mix textures throughout. Accents of leather and galvanized materials add interest.
Photos feature Decora and Diamond Cabinetry, two of our featured cabinetry brands.
This article is part of our “What’s Your Style?” series. In this series, Seigle’s takes a closer look at the various trending styles, and help you give a name to your vision. Not only will this help you end up with the kitchen you are dreaming of, but it will help you get there faster. Knowing your desired style narrows your choices, making the process of selections far less overwhelming. This way, when you are deciding on cabinets, styles, finishes, and more, your search can be limited to elements that will line up with the kitchen of your dreams.
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