Amp up your industrial vibe with these stylish additions that will make the most out of your kitchen space.
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An industrial kitchen scheme is a popular choice for a functional space with bundles of style. We've put together an edit of stylish additions which we think would be perfect for the look.
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Get your hands on some industrial-style kitchen accessories for the perfect finishing touch. These galvanised steel utensils caddy is only £14.95 and would look fabulous!
Switch up your worktops for a more rustic design like this Kala concrete-effect laminate worktop from B&Q. Real concrete is extremely expensive, difficult to install and maint; however, laminate is super hardwearing and creates a very similar effect.
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Another way you can implement an industrial edge to your kitchen scheme is with your choice of seating. Metal bar stools are a winner for an industrial scheme – choose a metallic finish that suits your individual style. The Hendrix bar stool from Cult Furniture come in copper, brass and matt black.
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A black finish on kitchen fittings and fixtures says industrial far better than traditonal polished chrome. Switch up your kitchen handles or consider changing your kitchen tap to a matt black design – this Kintampo tap is a winner in our eyes.
Metal kitchen trolley
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Consider adding some additional storage to your kitchen scheme in the form of a metal trolley. Make sure to choose a design that is on wheels so you can move it around when necessary. Style your industrial trolley with plants, kitchen accessories and pretty trinkets.
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Think outside the box with your kitchen wall cabinets. A popular choice for an industrial scheme is open, scaffold shelving however we are loving this 2020 take on industrial kitchen storage – mesh wall units. You can still see your kitchen accessories through the mesh but it creates a cage-like effect that is very contemporary and industrial.
Create a focal point in your industrial kitchen, whether that be above an island, to zone off a seating area or wall lighting. A caged design is definitely something we would recommend to create an industrial style for your kitchen.
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