Industrial look kitchen design is right at home when it comes to today’s lifestyles. Whether you’re a foodie who lives to sear, sauté, and serve or a takeout devotee with Uber Eats on standby, this suits many tastes. Here’s why this style sizzles:
Industrial look kitchen never goes out of style
With its exposed brick, factory-style stainless steel and low-maintenance surfaces like poured concrete and textured wood, the industrial look is ageless. It draws from the past (vintage-looking metal fixtures and Edison bulb lights), while embracing the future (state-of-the-art appliances). Use accessories to refresh your space when the mood strikes, but industrial is a look that never gets stale.
This pantry-style fridge is – and holds – everything
A pantry-style, bottom-freezer fridge that stores more and boosts functionality, is not only an avid cook’s best friend but also ideal for dedicated meal preppers and those who order meal kits. Who doesn’t want storage galore, including grab-and-go ledges, for your weekly juice delivery?
Easy-to-clean surfaces are a lifesaver
Sleek stainless-steel appliances look contemporary in an industrial look kitchen. And it is a breeze to wipe down. A smooth, seamless cooktop doesn’t collect grease, and a standalone fridge is easy to move for regular coil vacuuming (which promotes energy efficiency).
Take a cue from restaurant kitchens and think power and performance. This large capacity convection range features a sizable window, so you can monitor your food without compromising the temperature by opening the door. Plus, the Keep Warm setting allows you to serve multi-course meals like a pro.
Expansive colours blow out a space
The tonal palette of stainless-steel, steely blue and sandstone creates a room-expanding, expansive ambiance. It gives the kitchen a low-key, welcoming mood, ideal for cooking or socializing.
The look of the industrial look kitchen
A mix of open and closed storage is a trademark of the industrial kitchen aesthetic. As in restaurant kitchens, open shelves keep frequently used pieces at the ready, while under-counter drawers and cabinets prevent clutter from making an appearance.