Are you aware when did the first industrial kitchen start operating? Well, it started in 1925 in Ivanovo. Initially, such a design was not very popular. But in modern times when people want to incorporate unique features in their homes, they opt for industrial design. With exposed pipes, brick walls, and other industrial features, these kitchens give an aesthetic vibe. In this article, we present 31 industrial kitchen ideas for your upcoming kitchen renovation and designing.
Lacquer Blue Cabinets
This kitchen design will work wonders for you if you want to make a huge statement. Executed on a lower level of the house this kitchen features a grey urban concrete floor, an under-mount sink on the wooden countertop island, flat-panel cabinets, white backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and the best part is all the furniture is done in lacquer blue that enhances the aesthetic.
A Color Fest
The use of different colors in your kitchen gives an eclectic feel that creates a coziness. Maximum efforts have been put for the utilization of a small place. Flat-panel cabinets in grey and white are there on a beige concrete countertop and blue subway backsplash. Walls are painted in blue and green and a red refrigerator is added.
Crittall and Brick
The crittall style doors and windows cleverly partition open area to create different zones, without compromising on light and space. This huge kitchen design works on a rustic vibe. There are exposed brick walls throughout and exposed beams have light fixtures on them. Brown concrete floor works wonder under dark grey furniture with white countertop.
Oh! What a wonderful use of reclaimed wooden plank. This kitchen island is sure to die for. Overall a dark and industrial vibe is maintained for this open concept kitchen with the help of dark grey colored furniture with black countertop and backsplash.
One of the most obvious traits of an industrial kitchen is open space and high ceiling. The open hanging shelves with iron detailing and the exposed chimney vent bring the industrial look. The rest of the things are kept basic like grey concrete tile flooring, wooden cabinets, grey countertop, and grey walls.
This industrial u-shaped eat-in kitchen has a grey concrete floor, black flat-panel cabinets, white backsplash, a peninsula, and white countertops. An exposed beam ceiling and unfinished texture here and there is purposely added to give an industrial look.
The rough look has become increasingly popular because of its ‘airy’ nature. This kitchen gets in plenty of natural light through the glass wall. One whole wall is dedicated to cabinets which are done in black with unique metal pulls, so that you can have the maximum storage area. An island with a light wood countertop has an under-mounted sink and gas stove. A wall with printed wallpaper and exposed iron beams on the ceiling add an industrial touch.
Small yet Mighty
Maximize your small space like this kitchen design. The kitchen has a medium tone wood floor, an under-mounted sink, open wall mounted shelves, white countertop, white subway tile backsplash, a wooden rack for more storage space, and this pretty powder blue refrigerator.
Hint of Yellow
Laminate beige floor works so well with all the yellow present in this eat-in kitchen design. Other things worth noticing are black glass-front cabinets, stainless steel countertops, white subway tile backsplash, colored appliances, an island, and a farmhouse sink.
Simple tips and tricks like the rough exposed tubes ceiling can add industrial style to a modern kitchen. Open wall-mounted shelves is another industrial element of this kitchen. Rest it has an integrated sink, flat-panel grey cabinets, metallic backsplash, stainless steel appliances, a peninsula, and a featured brown wall.
This industrial single-wall eat-in kitchen features an interesting green backsplash. This urban design is all the rage because of its edginess and elegance. It has a long island with a grey countertop and under-mounted sink, a multi-tone wood flooring, pendant lights, stainless steel appliances, and black cabinets.
Corals are bright, fiery, vivid, and perfect for those who want to embrace a cool and laidback vibe. The brightly lit white interior provides the perfect backdrop for the vibrant pop of coral. This open kitchen features a grey concrete floor, vaulted ceiling, white flat-panel cabinets, an island, and coral furniture.
Small urban galley eat-in kitchen with dark wood floor, white shaker cabinets, grey printed backsplash, stainless steel appliances, artworks, and wooden countertops. Two parallel runs of units in a galley provide ample space to work and store. A dining table with a wooden countertop and blue iron chairs is placed in the middle of the kitchen.
Crisp and Chic
You can freely design a polished kitchen under this theme. The industrial design does not mean it always has to be rough and rustic. Use of plenty of metal, wood, grey/black color, and porcelain here, make this a perfect industrial kitchen.
Urban Eat-In Kitchen
Merge wood, metal, and bricks, it will add up to a loft-style industrial kitchen. This urban eat-in kitchen features unique dining with metal legs and glass countertop. One can also find black shaker cabinets with white countertop, brick backsplash, stainless steel appliances, pendant lights on a wood log, and a white island with grey countertop.
It is not everyone’s cup of tea to pull out such a rogue and rustic design. This kitchen plays on a warehouse theme featuring exposed brick walls. The use of reclaimed wood in cabinets and flooring has increased the industrial vibe. Add a small breakfast nook for yourself by the windows for friends and family dine-ins.
An all-white kitchen design which roars sleek sophistication and practicality. This kitchen has white cabinets, grey countertop, stainless steel appliances, and wood flooring. White open shelves on a white subway backsplash and shiplap wood ceiling are adding industrial style.
Square Island and Wine Cellar
This kitchen has been designed in a way that despite everything being chic and crisp it gives a rough industrial vibe. Flooring is done in grey laminate wood and the cabinets are given an aged texture finish. A presence of white can be felt in the walls and backsplash. Two distinct features are the square island and wine cellar. Exposed iron beam roof adds the unfinished look these kitchens are known for.
A Mix of Wood and Metal
A versatile concept that can be tailored to suit individual personal tastes. This galley kitchen has both parallel units designed in an entirely different way. One of the sides is finished with light wood cabinets, a wooden countertop, and white subway backsplash, while the other is all metal with a white mosaic backsplash.
Into the Wild
Bring your cooking outside by designing a kitchen in a way that is visually open from all sides. It’s a very simple kitchen with grey concrete floor, grey cabinets with steel countertop, stainless steel appliances, and a movable island with wooden countertop.
Bold and Beautiful
Mid-sized urban open concept kitchen design with light wood floor, flat-panel wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances, under-mounted sink, white backsplash, and wooden countertops. The island features a wooden countertop and a rack below to place your wine bottles.
Play with Pattern
This kitchen is decorated almost exclusively in vintage style. From the black and white tiles used in flooring to the exposed beam ceiling, everything complements the theme. Other things worth notice are the drop-in sink, a raised slab for chopping, black flat-panel cabinets, steel sink unit, white subway tile backsplash, open shelves, stainless steel appliances, and an island with a reclaimed wood countertop.
The uncovered tube, exposed wood ceiling, pendant light, and exposed brick walls add the industrial chic. While the matte black kitchen shelves with brass pull below the staircase make part of the decor. The best part is this long island which is long enough to hold the sink and stove and still have enough space for your dine and wines.
If you have exposed concrete walls, drop the brush, and leave them bare. Naked walls find the perfect aesthetic balance in the industrial kitchen. This kitchen just has a light wood floor, an integrated sink, stainless steel countertop, open shelves, and wooden accents.
Kitchen cum Living
Urban eat-in kitchen cum dining design for people who love the open concept. Prominent characteristics of this kitchen include flat-panel cabinets, light wood floor, vaulted ceiling, open shelf cabinets, quartz countertop, white ceramic backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and a grey island with white countertop and storage shelves below.
A design that reflects a marvelous transition from a modern urban living room to an industrial kitchen. This petite kitchen design is perfect for bachelors and infrequent chefs. Black cabinets with a grey countertop, an island, white wall mounted cabinets, exposed brick backsplash, and thick metal bars and wood on the ceiling ties the entire design.
Inspiration for a huge industrial kitchen that showcases concrete grey floor, exposed iron beams, white glass-front upper cabinets, dark grey lower cabinets, exposed brick backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and wooden countertops. The layout of this kitchen is like that of a culinary workshop, literally and figuratively.
Euro Style Cabinetry
Simplicity is another renowned trait of industrial design. This minimal kitchen features grey euro-style cabinetry, wooden flooring, white wall, exposed brick backdrop transitioning all the way to the second floor, marble countertops, industrial pendant light, and metal stools with island.
Use the space under stairs
Make the best use of your space while designing your house. This kitchen takes up the area under stairs which is otherwise a waste. Some attributes to notice here are medium tone wood floor, an integrated sink, light wood flat-panel cabinets, black appliances, and a peninsula with wooden countertop.
Botanical Small Space
Give your place a botanical feel by adding these hanging cage lamps cum plant pots. The botanical feel is intensified because of the use of green color on walls. Other things that increase the vibe are the stone ceiling, plenty of use of wood, and grey concrete countertops and backsplash.
Let the Bricks Pop
The rough textures blend perfectly with the smooth steel surfaces to form a harmony. The entire look gives off the feel of an old fashioned workshop with all the comforts of modern-day life. The kitchen has black cabinets and open shelves, white countertop, exposed brick backsplash, modern appliances, and wooden dining with leather chairs.