Industrial design is on the rise and it’s easy to see why. It’s not only modern, but includes vintage and old world elements. So what defines industrial design?
- Neutral colors, such as brown and tan
- Open layout
- Mixed materials, think wood, metal and stone
- Vintage elements, such as Edison bulbs or distressed furniture
With Siteline’s multitude of choices, you can create your very own industrial space. Check out our inspiration kitchen below!
Shown here: (clockwise) Wayfair, Baez 7-Light Rectangle Chandelier; West Elm, Kanto Dinnerware; Tilebar, Urban Brick Industrial Mix Clay Tile; Tilebar, Basic Cement Grigio 24×24 Matte Porcelain Tile; Wayfair, Stacie 30” Bar Stool, Schoolhouse; Edgecliff Pull, True Black; Siteline Cabinetry, Mazor, Natural Aluminum, Satin Glass Inset; Siteline Cabinetry, Malone, Thermally Fused Laminate, Matte Burma, Slab drawer front
Imagine your open kitchen lit by this fabulous Edison bulb light fixture, while setting the table with your charming pottery dishware. Your cabinets are in slab style, a must have for industrial design, featuring reddish-tan Burma TFL, which goes perfectly with the faux brick backsplash and concrete tile flooring. The finishing touch? Metal. The barstools and the Mazor metal doors add in a third material to perfectly highlight the industrial vibe.
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