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Top 5 Accessories for an Industrial Style Kitchen

Posted by admin on June 21, 2017 at 2:04 pm. Filed under: General

Accessories are the perfect way to easily incorporate a new trend into your living space if you are unable to commit to a complete kitchen remodel. An industrial style kitchen aesthetic can be easily achieved using a cohesive mixture of accessories throughout. The popular industrial style works well in a number of different types of kitchen, and looks great when combined with either laminate or wooden worktop surfaces.

Cabinet frontals in deeper colours, such as Farrow & Ball’s Stiffkey Blue, Tanner’s Brown or Railings are recommended, but lighter neutrals can work just as well – we think Pointing and Slipper Satin are the perfect way to create a striking contrast. Copper has been a popular option in industrial kitchens, but other metals, including brass and gunmetal, can stand out just as well.

1.Karlsson Caseless Flip Clock
This flip clock makes a feature of the mechanical workings, lending it perfectly to an industrial style kitchen. In black, white and brass this clock can blend in seamlessly with any colour scheme and looks great whether wall mounted or free standing on a work surface.
2.Hairpin Stool with Natural Wood Seat
Hairpin legs have been an incredibly popular part of the industrial trend, and this stool is a great way to incorporate the look into your kitchen. The perfect addition to a breakfast bar or kitchen island, this stool from Cult Furniture features copper legs and has a wooden seat which is fantastic match if you also have a wooden worktop.
3.Concrete & Copper Pendant Cage Light
Continuing with the copper theme, this unusual light fitting combines tough concrete with a softer, pink-hued copper for a striking look. Both materials used are typical in industrial style kitchens and can combine well with any colour scheme. The unobscured bulb will ensure you get plenty of light in every corner of your kitchen.
4.Hardy Copper Cup Handles
Our Hardy Copper Cup Handles are a stylish addition to any kitchen cabinets
Changing the hardware on your kitchen cabinets is quick, easy and can be incredibly low cost, but it can also have a big impact on the overall look of your kitchen. Our Hardy Copper Cup Handles look great in an industrial kitchen and are particularly striking on a dark background.
5. Exposed Kitchen Shelving
Open storage options, like our oak shelves, have become incredibly popular and are a fantastic addition to an industrial style kitchen
Paired with industrial supports or brackets, exposed storage is a stylish and practical way to incorporate the industrial look in your kitchen. Our oak shelving provides additional storage space whilst creating the look that you want for your kitchen. This shelving works well with rooms of any size, but is particularly useful in a small or irregular kitchen.

Do you have an industrial style kitchen? We’d love to know how you achieved the look! Feel free to add photos to Facebook or Instagram and tag us in them.


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