Any space decorated in industrial style has guaranteed success. The kitchens, in particular, work very well when decorating in this style. The reasons are quite simple to be a style that combines functionality and aesthetics. It is also very easy to integrate in this style old objects of industrial origin both to give them new uses and to make them part of the decoration. Let's see then a few proposals to decorate our kitchen in industrial style.
The kitchens of industrial style stand out for their great functionality and space with their high ceilings and the practical distribution of furniture and appliances. In this example, the black countertop that groups the entire work area and the interior garden stands out.
The air pipes and the large hanging hood give this kitchen a clear industrial flavor. The yellow panel of the wood combines perfectly with the vinyl floor that imitates hydraulic tiles. A geometric shelf transforms a simple storage space into an integral part of the design of the room.
The different coating or finish of the ceiling and walls, in concrete and wood, give it an unfinished air that together with the elements of industrial style give this kitchen located in a loft an industrial aspect.
The wooden floors and the use of worn finishes add to this industrial style kitchen a clear vintage flavor.
In this beautiful industrial-style kitchen, it is worth mentioning the use of vintage furniture and the overhead light provided by the skylight.
In an industrial style kitchen also fits the color as this spectacular kitchen shows us.
As this example shows us, the premise of space is not an inescapable element to opt for an industrial style decoration for our kitchen.
The black finish gives great elegance to an industrial style kitchen. And if we provide good lighting as the above example we will have a sophisticated and formal kitchen.
A note of color, like that of these red seats, allows us to give a more casual character to industrial decoration.
The industrial style has many versions and nuances. Here we have an industrial style kitchen with elements of minimalist style.
When we introduce an emblematic or high-impact element, like these tube-shaped lights, we have much of the success assured.
Typically industrial elements can be used to a greater or lesser extent in contemporary style kitchens.
In this case the sloping roof would seem to make an industrial style kitchen impossible in this space but the decorator has made a correct use of the color to achieve a successful fit.
This kitchen shows us that the industrial style does not necessarily have that vintage air that is often seen. An industrial-style kitchen can have a very modern look like this with its coating of metal plates and concrete floors and walls in the air.
The architecture of a space allows us to make the industrial style work much better as seen in this example.
When we start from a space with history it is necessary that we maintain that connection with its past. Here we have a good example of this in this kitchen where the machinery of the old workshop has been respected.
When the industrial and the professional come together we can have a kitchen worthy of the best chef. A joy for the fans of the kitchen.
Iron and wood are essential materials in an industrial style kitchen. The truth is that the industrial style offers us a great margin of maneuver when it comes to using materials, furniture, appliances and ornamental objects.
I wanted to leave for the end this clear example that the space has a great role in an industrial style kitchen but that you can also use this style in a small kitchen.