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Mellow Monochrome Residence
color - light enough to feel bright, but not white.
industrial cage pendants
“floor” — sarahemcg
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Colorful Vintage Finds fill a Chic Modern Farmhouse
If you like this relaxed space, a mason jar light would feel at home.
Industrial mixed with country
“Wood behind shelves” — ohio_cowgirl
Andre Rothblatt Architecture
6 Reviews
Chef's Kitchen
The lighting on the cabinets on the left make them look like a different shade than the ones in the background, over by the sink. But there's a definited ivory
The dramatic hood brings a strong industrial element to a kitchen embracing country elements: a ceramic rooster, the butcher block island and red stools. Next: Browse more photos of eclectic
“pot rack” — belleisle
Breathe Architecture
1 Review
industrial bar stools
Light Wood
“Tiles” — dieana
Woodecor Ltd
2 Reviews
Woodecor Custom Painted Farmhouse Kitchen
White kitchen with copper / brass / industrial touches
Light floors with white cabinets?
“Door handles” — sweetsoul79
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
19 Reviews
Tiburon home remodel
tile (like shown above) with a patterned insert. You can continue your countertop surface up the back wall - such as granite or marble. For a more industrial feel you could use stainless steel. Many people enjoy using decorative mosaics and even hammered tin can be used. Here is an idea book that will
Valspar's Sky Light View is a similar color.
“Backsplash above range” — leebos1
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
It's nearly indestructible, and it resists heat and bacteria. It also provides a very distinctive look that feels appropriate in contemporary and industrial-style kitchens. Cons: Fingerprints show and must be wiped off frequently, and stainless steel can also dent. It can be loud as pots, pans and dishware
“stools” — mjpglover
AlliKristé Custom Cabinetry and Kitchen Design
1 Review
Allikristé Coastal Custom Kitchen
They might look that way because of the warm lighting....Thanks for the compliment!
Freestanding stoves do not have to look industrial. If you are looking for an alternative to stainless steel, check out brands like The Chateau or Bertazzoni, which offer a wide range of color options and very distinctive designs.
“Backsplash” — eruiz1207
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