The Warm Industrial Look: 14 Kitchen Style Statements to Try

The Warm Industrial Look: 14 Kitchen Style Statements to Try

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Nancy Mitchell
Nov 14, 2016
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Are you smitten with the hardworking look of industrial kitchens? If you're planning to re-create the look in your own home, here are a few details that are worth stealing.

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Scott and Kristan built the beautiful copper pipe shelves (shown above and in the lead image of this post) in their Los Angeles home.

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Rustic wood and brackets make for beautiful open shelving in this kitchen from House Beautiful.

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Stainless steel is a common choice for cabinets in an industrial-style kitchen, but as this photo from Desire to Inspire proves, stainless appliances and wood cabinets can be really lovely together.

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In this kitchen from Leva & Bo, a tiny inset filled with colorful tile adds a touch of the unexpected to a no-frills space.

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This combination of concrete with a stainless steel countertop is particularly striking. Image from Blue Tea Kitchens.

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A glass-wrapped range hood, spotted in a kitchen from Residence Magazine, becomes a focal point of the room.

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Hardworking with a touch of glam, this kitchen features a brass bracket underneath the cabinets—a particularly eye-catching detail—which also doubles as a pot rail. Image from Fantastic Frank.

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The steel-framed window in this space from Nate Berkus is beautiful way to create a bit of a separation between the kitchen and the rest of the home, while still preserving views through the space.

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A hanging display of copper pots is both beautiful and practical. Image from Architectural Digest.

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Steel pipes frame the island in this kitchen from One Kings Lane, and provide additional storage for pots and pans above.

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The black steel bracket beneath makes these shelves from Dwell stand out in a sea of white.

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This kitchen from The D Pages gets an extra dose of elegance from a stainless steel backsplash and a lovely, minimal steel-clad range hood. Serious style bonus points are added via the chandelier.

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Steel open shelving makes for striking storage in this kitchen from Style at Home, via Besa Gm.

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I love these suspended steel shelves, spotted in a Las Vegas kitchen from Houzz.

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