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Rustic Industrial Kitchen

Reclaimed materials, sleek contemporary appliances and rustic cabinetry mingle in this kitchen for an eclectic look that befits their renovated industrial space. With its custom pieces that can easily be swapped out and replaced, this kitchen’s look can adjust to fit almost any home.

 

Designer Notes

Both new and reclaimed materials mix with clean design lines, modern appliances and rustic touches to create an eclectic look. Exposed brick walls and ductwork lend themselves to the industrial style of this kitchen, while quartz countertops suggest the look of concrete. Lining the walls with a 4-inch high backsplash, ceramic tile gives the appearance of stainless steel and reinforces the utilitarian style. To add a touch of warmth and rusticity, knotty birch cabinetry and open shelving lines the kitchen’s perimeter. Cool stainless steel appliances contrast the wood’s warmth and their sleek profiles support the kitchen’s smooth lines. Two tones of gray paint grace the kitchen’s walls and ceiling while chalkboard paint covers the kitchen’s shelving wall to make for easy grocery list making and family note taking. A dining table made from reclaimed elm doors butts up against the cooking peninsula, making entertaining a breeze. Reproduction vintage stools complement the room’s industrial look.

Designer Notes

Both new and reclaimed materials mix with clean design lines, modern appliances and rustic touches to create an eclectic look. Exposed brick walls and ductwork lend themselves to the industrial style of this kitchen, while quartz countertops suggest the look of concrete. Lining the walls with a 4-inch high backsplash, ceramic tile gives the appearance of stainless steel and reinforces the utilitarian style. To add a touch of warmth and rusticity, knotty birch cabinetry and open shelving lines the kitchen’s perimeter. Cool stainless steel appliances contrast the wood’s warmth and their sleek profiles support the kitchen’s smooth lines. Two tones of gray paint grace the kitchen’s walls and ceiling while chalkboard paint covers the kitchen’s shelving wall to make for easy grocery list making and family note taking. A dining table made from reclaimed elm doors butts up against the cooking peninsula, making entertaining a breeze. Reproduction vintage stools complement the room’s industrial look.

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