6 infusion Industrial Home Design Photos

Jane Kim Design
Jane Kim Design
Reclaimed WoodAesthetic: Warm, vintage, loft industrialWhen to use it: To infuse a space with warmth and a story. We all love a good story. Reclaimed wood, whether authentically a part of a structure’s history, as in this Manhattan
their natural wood character. Reclaimed barn wood was used for the counters and shelving. The beams display splicing joints, splits and checks that infuse them with character and mark their age.
“Brick & layout” — lross03431
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Greenhouse Living
The main house is '70s modern, with big windows. The renovations kept the groovy modern vibe while infusing it with their own industrial tastes. The greenhouse is on an axis with the main house, making it an extension of the house. While there are plenty of potted plants inside, its main function is
“my little dream” — nancy2bs
Marco Dellatorre
living room
Take these stunning walls designed by Marco Dellatorre, for instance. Oxidized copper films make them shine like a freshly polished penny, and infuse this loft in Milan with far more personality and warmth than your typical concrete-floored, white walled urban home.
“copper foil” — sebsadle
Momoko Morton
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Stir Cooking School
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“chalkboard hooks storage” — mattmarti
450 Architects, Inc.
450 architects - 423 Tehama Live-Work
Vintage wood infuses a clean, modern space with history and soul. Here, reclaimed commercial shelving provides an attractive home for books and decorative objects.
“Reclaimed commercial wooden shelving warms this space.” — Dana Veach
East Village Brownstone
pattern adds interest while infusing light
“Y's” — ambito3
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