Raw textural beauty in industrial kitchens
What’s industrial style? You have probably seen it in cafes. It’s a big trend. Think concrete, tiles, exposed bricks and pipes to mimic a warehouse.
Industrial kitchens are more “rough” and eclectic than classic kitchens. They’re raw, open and textural. They have a darker colour palette, often with timber or stainless steel features.
Open shelving is a popular choice for industrial style kitchens. Heavy statement appliances are kept on display to make the space come to life.
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Common industrial kitchen elements:
- Raw, dark and textural vibes
- Exposed pipes, bricks and concrete
- Concrete and stainless steel benchtops
- Tiled splashbacks - Subway or Kitkat styles are popular!
- Open or floating shelf designs
- Black sinks, tapware and handles
- Freestanding ovens and visible appliances
- Feature kitchen islands with cooktops on display
FEATURE HIGHLIGHT: Pitt Cooktop
Pitt Cooktops are a stylish new cooking concept where the burners are integrated directly into your countertop. You can choose the spacing for your burners, while still leaving enough room for all your pots and pans.
It’s a spectacular new way to showcase this appliance in your overall design and gives your kitchen its own unique style Visit our showroom to see the only display Pitt Cooktop in Perth.
Love this style? Call our kitchen designers to discuss your kitchen inspiration.