622 Industrial Home Design Photos

Industrial homes replicate the raw, unfinished feel of warehouses through the use of rough materials and repurposed products. This style ranges from fully converted urban lofts and commercial buildings to traditional homes with industrial home design or steampunk accents. Industrial style incorporates rough metal, concrete, cinder block, cables, bolts and exposed brick in both the architecture and decor. It has an edgy, unpolished feel, though industrial architecture is not always paired with industrial home decor.
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Winkley Workshop
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Folded 10mm steel powdercoated stair with plasterboard partition ©Tim Crocker
“MUROS,PISO...COMBINACION DE MATERIALES” — jlavallec
Kirkwood McCarthy
Winkley Workshop
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Double height space that links indoors and out. Brick floors continue to the courtyard beyond. Different sized windows allow for different sorts of ventilation and circulation. ©Tim Crocker Tim Crocker
“Step and sitting area” — kathyyuan
Kirkwood McCarthy
Winkley Workshop
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Double height living room where the architecture is the furniture: level changes are set at seat height so each surface can be used for sitting ©Tim Crocker Photography Tim Crocker
“Step to outside” — kathyyuan
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Kirkwood McCarthy
Winkley Workshop
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A curtain divides the mezzanine guest room from the double height living space beyond. ©Tim Crocker
“American walnut wood4u” — kathyyuan
Kirkwood McCarthy
Winkley Workshop
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South light streams through stairwell featuring perforated metal stair and solid Walnut stair ©Tim Crocker
“wood and perforated steel stairs” — clinnyc
Jane Kim Design
Jane Kim Design
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“Mur de briques” — marie218
Kirkwood McCarthy
Winkley Workshop
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Street elevation of Winkley Workshop. New bricks were specified mottled to match with existing neighbouring bricks and the formed concrete lintels. ©Tim Crocker
“Great tiny space!” — maryplee
Kirkwood McCarthy
Winkley Workshop
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Open plan ensuite is divided from the master bedroom with a soft curtain ©Tim Crocker
“The bank of drawers” — susanrizz
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Industrial homes replicate the raw, unfinished feel of warehouses through the use of rough materials and repurposed products. This style ranges from fully converted urban lofts and commercial buildings to traditional homes with industrial home design or steampunk accents. Industrial style incorporates rough metal, concrete, cinder block, cables, bolts and exposed brick in both the architecture and decor. It has an edgy, unpolished feel, though industrial architecture is not always paired with industrial home decor.
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