Pink to White House
Pink to White House
Sarah Lake Architects
Ben Hoskings
Design ideas for an industrial two-storey house exterior in Melbourne with metal siding, a shed roof and a metal roof.
Brickworks Inspiration
Brickworks Inspiration
Brickworks Building Products
Industrial dining room in Sydney with brown walls, grey floor and wood walls.
Darlington Warehouse Conversion
Darlington Warehouse Conversion
McGarry Constructions Pty Limited
This is an example of a small industrial u-shaped eat-in kitchen in Sydney with a drop-in sink, white splashback, glass sheet splashback, black appliances, medium hardwood floors, a peninsula and black benchtop.
Wells St A, Redfern
Wells St A, Redfern
Architecture Factory
Brett Boardman
Design ideas for a mid-sized industrial loft-style bedroom in Sydney with light hardwood floors and beige floor.
Project | Cove House
Project | Cove House
Eco Outdoor USA
Architecture: Justin Humphrey Architect Photography: Andy Macpherson
Industrial eat-in kitchen in Los Angeles with flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, black splashback, with island, grey benchtop and medium hardwood floors.
Murrah Off-Grid Home
Murrah Off-Grid Home
Rettke Builders
Open plan kitchen with burnished concrete floors
Inspiration for an industrial dining room in Other with wood.
Graffiti House
Graffiti House
Durack Architects
Large industrial courtyard patio in Sydney.
Custom Kitchen Renovation
Custom Kitchen Renovation
Look Cabinets
This is an example of an industrial home office in Sunshine Coast.
1 Mt Claremont
1 Mt Claremont
Blend Residential Designs
This is an example of a large industrial master bedroom in Perth with multi-coloured walls, concrete floors, no fireplace and grey floor.
Powerhouse 1 - Warrawee Dock
Powerhouse 1 - Warrawee Dock
Salt Studio Architecture
The flooring is wormy chestnut, a reclaimed timber from the fire torn Victorian forests
Photo of an industrial dining room in Adelaide with white walls, medium hardwood floors, brown floor, vaulted and wood.
Industrial Kitchen
Industrial Kitchen
Photo of an expansive industrial kitchen in Brisbane with a drop-in sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, grey splashback, mosaic tile splashback, with island, grey floor and white benchtop.
Timeless Industrial Rustic kitchen
Timeless Industrial Rustic kitchen
Makings of Fine Kitchens & Bathrooms
This timeless luxurious industrial rustic beauty creates a Welcoming relaxed casual atmosphere.. Recycled timber benchtop, exposed brick and subway tile splashback work in harmony with the white and black cabinetry
Welcome To The Jungle House
Welcome To The Jungle House
CplusC Architectural Workshop
This is an example of an industrial exterior in Newcastle - Maitland.
Urban Oasis
Urban Oasis
Victoria Waters Design Pty Ltd
Inner city terrace, contemporary design
Small industrial master bathroom in Sydney with medium wood cabinets, engineered quartz benchtops, ceramic tile, ceramic floors, a vessel sink, grey floor, an open shower, white benchtops, flat-panel cabinets, an alcove shower and white tile.
Timberland
Timberland
sw-architects
Sam Noonan Photography
This is an example of a mid-sized industrial galley kitchen in Adelaide with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, cement tile splashback and with island.
Cityscape Warehouse
Cityscape Warehouse
Centrum Architects
Dianna Snape
Design ideas for a large industrial open plan dining in Melbourne with white walls, medium hardwood floors and brown floor.
Brickworks Inspiration
Brickworks Inspiration
Brickworks Building Products
Inspiration for an industrial rectangular lap pool in Sydney with tile.
Industrial Exterior
Industrial Exterior
Design ideas for an industrial one-storey grey house exterior in Newcastle - Maitland with a flat roof.
Unit 1, Turner St
Unit 1, Turner St
Architecture Factory
Brett Boardman Photography
This is an example of an industrial kids' bedroom for kids 4-10 years old and boys in Sydney with grey walls, medium hardwood floors and beige floor.
Urban Oasis
Urban Oasis
Elegant in Design
From little things, big things grow. This project originated with a request for a custom sofa. It evolved into decorating and furnishing the entire lower floor of an urban apartment. The distinctive building featured industrial origins and exposed metal framed ceilings. Part of our brief was to address the unfinished look of the ceiling, while retaining the soaring height. The solution was to box out the trimmers between each beam, strengthening the visual impact of the ceiling without detracting from the industrial look or ceiling height. We also enclosed the void space under the stairs to create valuable storage and completed a full repaint to round out the building works. A textured stone paint in a contrasting colour was applied to the external brick walls to soften the industrial vibe. Floor rugs and window treatments added layers of texture and visual warmth. Custom designed bookshelves were created to fill the double height wall in the lounge room. With the success of the living areas, a kitchen renovation closely followed, with a brief to modernise and consider functionality. Keeping the same footprint, we extended the breakfast bar slightly and exchanged cupboards for drawers to increase storage capacity and ease of access. During the kitchen refurbishment, the scope was again extended to include a redesign of the bathrooms, laundry and powder room.
Industrial style is a trend that replicates the unfinished feel of warehouses through raw materials and salvaged objects. Large, open spaces have sharp lines, utilitarian surfaces, and a dynamic interplay between pure form and function.

What is industrial architecture?


Industrial architecture encompasses anything related to industry and fabrication. It includes fully converted warehouses and factories that are stripped back and reveal the inner workings of the structure itself – exposed beams, unfinished walls and bare windows. Inner-city urban lofts often replicate this style of architecture through open-plan living, high ceilings, concrete floors and exposed brickwork.

What is industrial interior design?


Industrial interior design does not necessarily need to be teamed with industrial architecture. Stick to a neutral colour palette that has cool undertones and just add steampunk accents. What is usually concealed is also proudly showcased, so look to industrial lighting that is oversized or has exposed wiring, or try bare filament bulbs, to apply this concept.

What is industrial furniture?


Industrial furnishings are minimal and no-fuss. They are usually made from metal, steel and timber, and have a combination of rough and clean, flat surfaces. Also look for rustic furniture that has been salvaged or recycled. A popular trend, for example, is stacking old wooden crates to create an industrial coffee table.