10 Industrial Kitchen Designs That Will Sweep You Off Your Feet

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Industrial style in kitchen

If industrial is all you embrace in a cooking place, then a bringing in industrial kitchen designs to your space is a good place to start.

Industrial designs in kitchen blend wood beams, rails on walls, pipes, retro-like appliances and exposed architectural features to form a multifarious in-house cooking center.

Here are your ideas for an industrial cooking area.

1. Overhead storage in industrial

Overhead pan and utensil storage adds design and cooker-friendliness to a well-planned industrial cooking zone.

Overhead storage in industrial

2. Commercial cooking ranges in industrial

Nothing makes your kitchen look more industrial than commercial-style cooking ranges. Strategic positioning is key in achieving what you want—an attention-grabbing design.

Commercial ranges in industrial

3. Expose architectural features.

Feel free to expose your metallic, wooden or creative ceiling as part of your industrial style. Make sure it harmonizes well with your kitchen.

Exposed architecture in industrial

4. Height ceilings and coarse surfaces.

Height ceilings coupled with coarse surfaces shout “industrial.” Furthermore, it creates a bit of spaces even in small spaces.

Height ceilings and course surfaces

5. Isolated unit (or island) in industrial.

Leaving an isolated unit or creating a free-standing island can also add looks and functionality to an industrial kitchen.

Double Islands

6. Ultramordern in industrial.

You can also go ultramodern with your industrial. Try to blend the past, present and future, and see what comes out.

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Ultramodern industrial

7. Bare pipes in industrial.

Use this element of architecture to create the industrial impression. Make pipes part of your theme, storages and decorations.

Bare pipes in industrial

8. Retro in industrial.

Retro-like designs are a key element of industrial kitchens. If executed well, retro appliances and designs can help create a perfect industrial cooking zone.

White and black, retro kitchen has always been a good choice. The picture says it all, no?
White and black, retro kitchen has always been a good choice. The picture says it all, no?

9. Uncovered stone walls.

Bare or uncovered stone walls is a simple way to give your kitchen and industrial background and feeling.

Uncovered stone walls in industrial design

10. Floor-to-ceiling windows in industrial.

Door-length windows not only connects you to nature, but also creates perfect contrast between the outdoor and indoor. As a result, it makes your kitchen elements to stand out.

Floor to ceiling windows enhance this room
Floor to ceiling windows enhance this room (freshome)

Conclusion

Which industrial kitchen designs swept you off your feet? Well, there are a hundred more ways to make this style work for you. However, these basics will do for a start.

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