Industrial Themed Aparment
Industrial Themed Aparment
Lisa B Interior Design
Industrial Themed apartment. Harborne, Birmingham. The bricks are part of the structure the bricks where made water proof. Glass shower screen, white shower tray, Mixed grey tiles above the sink. Chrome radiator, Built in storage.
Contemporary ultra-matt wood floors
Contemporary ultra-matt wood floors
Kahrs
Shown: Kährs Lux Sky wood flooring Kährs have launched two new ultra-matt wood flooring collections, Lux and Lumen. Recently winning Gold for 'Best Flooring' at the 2017 House Beautiful Awards, Kährs' Lux collection includes nine one-strip plank format designs in an array of natural colours, which are mirrored in Lumen's three-strip designs. The new surface treatment applied to the designs is non reflective; enhancing the colour and beauty of real wood, whilst giving a silky, yet strong shield against wear and tear. Emanuel Lidberg, Head of Design at Kährs Group, says, “Lux and Lumen have been developed for design-led interiors, with abundant natural light, for example with floor-to-ceiling glazing. Traditional lacquer finishes reflect light which distracts from the floor’s appearance. Our new, ultra-matt finish minimizes reflections so that the wood’s natural grain and tone can be appreciated to the full." The contemporary Lux Collection features nine floors spanning from the milky white "Ash Air" to the earthy, deep-smoked "Oak Terra". Kährs' Lumen Collection offers mirrored three strip and two-strip designs to complement Lux, or offer an alternative interior look. All designs feature a brushed effect, accentuating the natural grain of the wood. All floors feature Kährs' multi-layered construction, with a surface layer of oak or ash. This engineered format is eco-friendly, whilst also making the floors more stable, and ideal for use with underfloor heating systems. Matching accessories, including mouldings, skirting and handmade stairnosing are also available for the new designs.
Homes & Antiques magazine
Homes & Antiques magazine
Ali Attenborough
Interior styling Ali Attenborough Photography Katya De Grunwald
Industrial kitchen with bespoke painted furniture
Industrial kitchen with bespoke painted furniture
Stoneham Kitchens
Influenced by contemporary indusrial design, this bright kitchen is the perfect space to cook and entertain. Featuring furniture from the Stoneham Kitchens Edwardian collection with Blue Hague base units and Classic White wall units, the designer, Matteo Bianchi, cleverly created the effect of freestanding furniture using a combination of different finishes. Other standout features include Farrow and Ball railings, LED strip lights, pedant lights, Spekva Walnut breakfast bar and shelving plus Bosch & Elica appliances.
Water Tank Space Conversion, Keeling House
Water Tank Space Conversion, Keeling House
Roof Maker
This conversion of a former water tank space is based at the very top of the 16-storey Keeling House, the Grade II* listed brutalist block of flats designed by Sir Denys Lasdun in 1959. The building is located 500m from Bethnal Green underground station, just off Hackney Road.
Industrial Style Shaker Kitchen - Woodford Green
Industrial Style Shaker Kitchen - Woodford Green
Handmade Kitchen Co
We enjoyed breathing new life into this kitchen we originally fitted in 2016 for the previous owner. The new owner loved the kitchen so much that as part of their plans to renovate the property, they wanted to keep the kitchen for its sturdiness and look. The layout was adapted to fit the new space, new paint, new worktops, new appliances. This has all added up to creating a fantastic open-plan industrial style kitchen. The furniture is in frame classic shaker with a beaded front frame made of tulipwood. The internal carcass is made of an oak veneer for a real oak look and feel but the sturdiness of MDF. Hand painted in Farrow & Ball Railings. We also supplied the Quooker boiling water tap.
Industrial design and style is all about stripping back to raw materials, recycling furniture and using reclaimed woods, metals and machinery. Exposed brick, copper, brass, lanterns, exposed pipes, vaulted ceilings, distressed furniture and reclaimed wood are all industrial design elements that make up this edgy, unpolished style. Taking inspiration from old factories and warehouses, the style often works best in large, lofty apartments and converted commercial buildings, but that doesn’t mean industrial style can’t be injected into other homes, too.

An industrial kitchen could incorporate brushed metal hardware, possibly stainless steel worktops and units, exposed brick splashbacks, some pendant industrial lights and perhaps an industrial dining table made from reclaimed timber. You could also add metal or wooden bar stools, exposed lightbulbs and a piece of recycled furniture that’s been turned into a kitchen island. In an industrial bedroom there’s also opportunities for exposed brick and Crittall-style windows to achieve the warehouse style, and you could add scaffolding shelving and an Anglepoise lamp to add to the industrial style. Industrial bedroom furniture that uses a lot of wood, metal and recycled materials is abundant and even if you haven’t actually picked it up in a salvage yard and made it yourself, no one will know...
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