Industrial Bachelor PadIndustrial Kitchen, Miami

Small industrial l-shaped eat-in kitchen in Miami with a double-bowl sink, shaker cabinets, black cabinets, wood benchtops, stainless steel appliances, with island, red splashback, brick splashback, light hardwood floors, brown floor and white benchtop. —  Houzz
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Shaunach Talley Peters added this to Bathrooms3 days ago

If there is enough natural light in the room, this is pretty cool

tyoungblood5 added this to TYoungblood - Kitchens5 days ago

Reminiscent of factories and warehouses, industrial-style kitchens are simple, utilitarian spaces where raw materials and tough fixtures and finishes take center stage. Favoring practical, hard-wearing surfaces and restaurant-grade equipment over ornament and excess embellishment, industrial-style kitchens are made to stand up to a lot of use. Key features of industrial-style kitchens: Hardworking materials like stainless steel and concrete Found objects and salvaged materials Frameless cabinets with flat-panel doors Exposed piping and ductwork Utilitarian factory-style or filament-bulb light fixtures Color palette: The raw materials used form the foundation of the color palette in an industrial-style kitchen. Think of concrete gray, architectural white and matte black, with an occasional pop of saturated color.

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