Industrial Style Kitchen An Emerging Trends

In Kitchen by Phuay Ching

industrial kitchen modern design

“LEONIDA KITCHEN” is the result of the perfect union between our important know-how, the use of the best materials, the application of the latest technology, a minimal design with industrial tone and the expert work of high skilled craftsmen. LC goes beyond the traditional idea of a kitchen and transform this room, once only a place to live convivial moments with your family and friends to a much more relaxed location in front of a fireplace, where you can also read a good book.

Estivale Kitchen designed in collaboration with Benedini Associati – is combining the textures of the dramatic black marble top with the warm oak surfaces that add a rustic charm to the contemporary composition. The kitchen includes multiple structures that entwine the illuminated glass shelving glamour with the shining aluminum finishes in Liquid Metal brass colored satin antique. The combination of robust dark materials and warm wooden structures (with a vintage flavor) is always a winning combination when it comes to modern kitchen design.

industrial kitchen modern design

Already at a glance, it’s hard to resist to the bewitching charm of this kitchen. Halfway between traditional and contemporary, in a mix that combines retro-inspired industrial style and iconic modern designs from the fifties, this kitchen that the architects of studio Servabote in Stockholm designed for their own home, creates a vaguely informal, warm and welcoming feel. Opting for a dominant colour, a beautiful shade of warm grey, in several nuances according to the type of material (floor, walls, kitchen units), creates an overall spacious and orderly effect. In addition, thanks to a neutral backdrop, you are able to add a bold contrasting colour for a dynamic feel. Warm and natural, similarly to autumnal leaves, a deep-brown is found, in a copper-effect, on the chairs around the large table in the centre of the kitchen (in wood similarly to the floor), on the bench/ sofa in the bow-window, on the frame of the blackboard, on the lamps over the table as well as on the sink tap.