Functional, stylish and high-tech. The industrial kitchen combines the look of a professional kitchen with embossed, factory-inspired details. The classic industrial look combines dark color units and cabinets, exposed bricks and glass with metal tools and appliances. With a cool, tonal palate and wood, copper and metallic accents, this is a striking look. Make your kitchen as efficient and functional as a professional kitchen with thoughtful freezers and storage.
That way, all your stuff is close at hand. Dark, rich colorful units are ideal for an industrial kitchen. Raffello high gloss in anthracite looks striking with bright metal appliances, the sleek, shiny cabinets make a real design statement. A distinctive feature of industrial kitchens is to have service, kitchen utensils and equipment on display. Although this may seem more utilitarian than attractive when done properly and kept tidy, rows of shiny glass or plates can look really impressive.
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Decant oats, sugar, rice and other glass storage cabinets in Kilner jars and store them on shelves. If you have room in your kitchen, open shelf units are a great way to maximize the amount of open storage you have. Stainless steel layers, like the picture, are designed for use in a garage or workshop, but we think they make a fantastic addition to an industrial kitchen.