9 Industrial Kitchens That Mix Modern and Vintage

Elegant Industrial Kitchen

Black accents and wood tones create a stunning industrial aesthetic in this space. A luxurious double oven with black doors contrasts against worn wood floors, and black countertops rest atop blonde cabinetry.

Black and White Kitchen

Classic black and white set the stage in this kitchen. Black-painted window and door trim contrasts with white subway tile walls, adding a modern touch.

Industrial Kitchen Cabinets

Neutral tones and a professional range make this kitchen inviting. Exposed brick and wood ceiling beams add texture and a nod to industrial style. Vintage-inspired glass cabinets rise to the ceiling.

Eat-in Industrial Kitchen

This open kitchen demonstrates that exposed brick, ceiling beams aren t the only ways to achieve a modern industrial look. Chrome pendants, metal counter stools and white subway tile backsplash add a modern touch.

Vintage Details

A white-painted brick wall provides a blank canvas for vintage details in this industrial kitchen. The vintage clock and chest of drawers are both practical and add a cozy touch to the space.

Industrial Charm

Warm wood tones from the exposed shelves, butcher block countertop, and wood table top prevent this mostly white industrial kitchen from feeling sterile. Dark grout with white subway tile adds contrast and a crisp.

Industrial Cottage Kitchen

Blue-gray cabinetry and a red striped rug lend cottage charm to this kitchen. The butcher block and metal kitchen island layer in vintage and industrial elements, while a pair of painted wood stools punctuate the casual space.

Concrete Kitchen Floors

Polished concrete floors elevate the traditional industrial look. Generous windows allow natural light to flood the predominately white space, while the reclaimed butcher block island anchors the room with casual comfort.

Industrial Kitchen Lighting

A solid wood island base commands attention in this neutral kitchen. Three workbench-style stools and a pair of brass pendants highlight the industrial aesthetic, while leaded glass front cabinets.