276 stores Industrial Home Design Photos

Sarah Natsumi Moore
10 Reviews
House as a Home
Reclaimed siding shapes the overall aesthetic. For the siding, Campbell went to her local lumber store and found a pile of yellow pine with a gray patina that had been damaged by rain. "Adapting ugly siding was me wanting to use wood with character that was not too expensive and not at the tree's expense
“Bamboo paneling” — hluckson
Melander Architects, Inc.
The Church Residence
White mosaic tile flooring continues in the adjacent bathroom. Melander found this 20th-century French bathtub at a salvage store in nearby Minneapolis. Putting in new septic, plumbing and electrical systems for the church became a big investment, totaling to about $52,000. Bathroom fixtures: Chicago
“Bath” — nicandbev
SRM Architecture and Interiors
1 Review
Fazan Vacation Home - Exterior
maintenance. If yours isn't rust treated, seal it with paste wax after gently cleaning it. Rust spots can be doctored with a rust remover from the hardware store.
“alternative siding” — aalbaran
SA-DA Architecture
SoHo Penthouse
Your style is …Industrial: You avoid the big-box furniture stores and head straight to the salvage yard. You love vintage pieces and simple engineering, like cinder block shelves and repurposed commercial kitchen tables. You like raw materials that can bear a lot of weight. You are strong minded and
“the stairs - change access to loft?” — terrizzi
Kitchens & Baths Unlimited
21 Reviews
Barrington Hills Kitchen
storage. Those handy bins and cubbies on the door of most standard refrigerators aren't an option with glass. You'll need to find an alternative way to store butter, condiments and other staples. The upside: You'll gain a bit of shelf and drawer depth, since there are no door shelves to eat up square footage
“The fridge” — mahlanmnswazi
Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
music room
wood-laden space is perfect for putting on a show. The wide-open area has plenty of room for dancing and performing, while the built-in cabinets can store instruments and other equipment.
“The floor and openness leaves room to customize to my taste” — Missy Hernandez
Egue y seta
Sta Caterina Home. Living by the Market
exposed features like ductwork give this kitchen and dining area a warehouse feel (in fact, it was once part of a warehouse for a women’s clothing store), while rustic wood warms the space. See more photos: Kitchen of the Week: Spacious and Industrial in Barcelona
“Plank shelf” — Tom Baughan
Heather Garrett Design
2 Reviews
Heather Garrett Design
gold leaf. Any surface can be gold-leafed as long as it’s prepared properly. Channel your inner alchemist and attempt some home-leafing. Most craft stores sell packages of gold-toned metal leaf and adhesives. But as I said, start small.
“That bird!” — kedrodamon
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