3. Bring in pieces with a past
The office area includes retro-style chairs or those sourced directly from past times, such as the iconic Tolix, a classic of the industrial age that is still very much in fashion today despite being over 80 years old. A wooden table with a recycled look can also fit in perfectly, along with a retro-style light fixture or even a classic chandelier with beautiful crystals for a luxurious touch.
4. The windows, best left uncovered
Are you tempted to cover up the windows with curtains or blinds? It might be better not to, or to at least use a screen with a metallic finish that does not break up the general aesthetic. Regular windows can function perfectly well, although the ones that really fit this style like a glove are those divided into small, black metal frames, which offer a look very similar to that of a warehouse.
5. Details for professional aesthetics
For the perfect final touch on your industrial-style kitchen you can install a high-pressure sink tap with a long, flexible, extendable spray hose for a professional appearance. Or add some strategically placed rails for hanging up cooking utensils or even some pots and pans.
And now… Enjoy your perfect industrial kitchen!