The industrial interior style has become super popular in recent years. In the past it did not have a very good image, but nowadays it is impossible to imagine the world of interior design without it. Today we want to show you how to furnish an industrial kitchen. We show very nice ideas with which you can give your kitchen a cool industrial touch or even furnish a complete industrial kitchen.
1. Stainless steel kitchen
Stainless steel kitchens , or stainless steel kitchens, are mainly found in restaurants. The big advantage of stainless steel cabinets and worktops is that it is waterproof and resistant to very high temperatures. So you can safely place a hot pan on a stainless steel kitchen worktop, without seeing anything of it. Stainless steel is also super maintenance-friendly. A cloth over it and it is clean again. A stainless steel kitchen also looks super cool and industrial!
2. Black kitchen
Not a fan of an industrial kitchen made of stainless steel? Then you can also think of a black kitchen. Black is a very cool color anyway, and that also applies to black kitchens. Note that not all black kitchens are tough and industrial. Take matte black kitchen cabinets instead of high-gloss black. Below you can see the beautiful matte black kitchen of the Vipp brand.
3. Wooden kitchen
If you like industrial, but also a warm atmosphere, a wooden kitchen can be a good idea. Wooden kitchens have a warm and attractive appearance, regardless of whether they are sleek modern or tough industrial. You could also combine wooden kitchen cabinets with a stainless steel worktop.
4. Concrete worktop
When it comes to an industrial kitchen, concrete should definitely not be missing in your kitchen. And of course you can give concrete a place in many different ways. One of those ways is with a concrete worktop. Concrete countertops are super popular, even in non-industrial kitchens. Not only does it look super tough and industrial, a concrete worktop is also very durable, heat resistant and durable.
5. Brick wall
Are you a big fan of the raw and unedited character of industrial design? Then go for a brick wall in your industrial kitchen. If you’re lucky, your home has an original brick wall. Don’t have this? Then there are other ways to create such a cool wall. There are brick strips and brick wall coverings, which you can hardly distinguish from original raw brick walls. For example, a brick wall can also be used as a kitchen back wall.
6. Concrete wall
Above we had already talked about the concrete worktop. You can of course also have concrete appear in your industrial kitchen in the form of a concrete wall. Like brick walls, some homes also have standard concrete walls. But there are also other ways to create that tough concrete look, such as with concrete plaster, béton ciré or tadelakt .
7. Corrugated iron kitchen splashback
Concrete and brick kitchen splashbacks are super hot. Do you prefer something original, which you do not often come across in people’s homes? Then it would be super cool to consider a kitchen splashback made of corrugated iron . Corrugated sheets are available in different types of materials. In principle they all look tough, but for a real industrial look, you naturally choose corrugated steel sheets.
8. Industrial lamps
Industrial lamps fit into any interior style. Whether you have a sleek modern interior, a fresh Scandinavian interior or a rural interior. Industrial lamps are always a good idea. Of course, they should not be missing in an industrial kitchen. Go for industrial pendant lights above the counter or kitchen island. Do you have a dining table in your kitchen? Then you can also hang the industrial lamps above the dining table. In addition, industrial wall lamps can also look very cool in the kitchen, which you can mount on the kitchen back wall.
9. Concrete floor
The floor can determine the atmosphere and appearance of a room, because it concerns a large surface. In the kitchen, that choice is even more important because you have to deal with hygiene and wear and tear. A concrete floor is ideal. Not only because it looks tough and industrial, but also because it is durable and super maintenance-friendly. Do you already have a concrete wall? Then it can be nice to alternate the concrete floor with a brick wall or a tightly plastered wall.
10. Industrial stools
Do you have a spacious kitchen with a cooking island or a bar table? Then of course you also need crutches. And that is of course an opportunity to make your kitchen even tougher and more industrial. Tough industrial stools where steel and wood are combined. A golden combination when it comes to industrial interiors.
11. Steel beams
Ceiling beams look very atmospheric, especially when it comes to wooden beams. Wooden beams can also look very nice and attractive in an industrial kitchen, but for the real raw industrial atmosphere, steel beams are a better idea. So do you need a construction to reinforce your roof or to accommodate the retaining walls? Choose steel beams!
12. Visible extractor hood
With extractor hoods that work on recirculation, you do not need an exhaust. In addition, many people often choose to eliminate the drain by making a conversion. But especially don’t put them in an industrial kitchen. A drain in sight can actually look very tough. Of course, make sure that it is properly mounted. Just because it’s visible doesn’t mean it has to be waddling.
13. Industrial dining table
Do you have a spacious kitchen or an open kitchen, where there is also room for a dining table? Nice! An industrial dining table is a very good addition to your industrial kitchen. Choose a sturdy dining table made of steel, wood or a combination of these two sturdy materials. And of course that also includes matching sturdy industrial chairs.
14. Steel frames and steel door
Steel frames and steel doors have grown enormously in popularity. This is a great idea, especially in the hall, living room and kitchen. With a steel door you make a room more luxurious and exclusive. Do you want a closed kitchen, without compromising light and spaciousness? Then a large glass wall with steel frames can be very beautiful.
15. Industrial ceiling rack
Most people put their pans in closed kitchen cabinets. But in an industrial kitchen it is nice to leave the pans in sight. You could think of wall shelves, which you mount on the kitchen back wall, for example. And what is also a nice idea is to mount a sturdy industrial ceiling rack on the ceiling. This can be done above the counter or above the kitchen island. You can then hang the pans from the ceiling rack using large hooks.