Spaces We Love: 5 Industrial Kitchens To Inspire Your Renovation

Thinking of renovating your kitchen soon? Check out these industrial-style kitchens in Singaporean homes.

Updated on February 06, 2018 11:02 am

Jemma Chiu

Spaces We Love: 5 Industrial Kitchens To Inspire Your Renovation

Industrial-themed interiors are functional, stylish, and quirky in its own way. Embracing this kind of look in your home can give your abode a modern and hip look, thanks to its rustic features combined with tough surfaces and exposed elements.

The kitchen is the best area to incorporate the industrial look. You can play around with the elements in order to create the look that you want to achieve. Thinking of renovating your kitchen soon? Breeze through these industrial-style kitchens that you can draw inspiration from.

1. Design by Space Sense Studio

This industrial kitchen in a loft-style HBD unit in Jelapang uses black tiles for a stylish backsplash to imitate the look of a brick wall. Tiles can be used as substitute to the concrete and brick wall backsplash as it is easier to clean. The kitchen sports wooden cabinets and drawers as well as metal racks and hooks for the kitchen wares and other materials.

2. Design by DB Studio

Who says you cannot be chic and stylish if you have an industrial-style home? This open kitchen in Anchorvale Crescent shows that you can put a glamorous spin to the most hardworking part of your home. The kitchen backsplash was styled up with silver and gold hexagon tiles to provide contrast to the wall’s cement finish. The kitchen cabinets, fridge, and built-in oven extend to the dining area to create that eat-in kitchen vibe. The natural lighting of the space puts an extra oomph factor as it balances the colour of the cement walls and dark grey cabinets.

3. Design by Linear Space Concepts

The functionality of an industrial space can be applied in homes with limited space for the kitchen. This HDB unit in Yishun adopts the galley kitchen layout, which allows the homeowners to work efficiently with minimal steps as everything can be reached between two rows. The white subway tiles added harmony to the wooden finishes of the pantry cabinets and drawers as well as the dark tone of the countertop with built-in stainless steel appliances. The exposed element of an industrial space is also utilised here, where the kitchen wares, cookwares, as well as condiments are placed in racks instead of being stored in cabinets. The pendant light completes the look.

4. Design by Edge Interior

Concrete is a popular choice as it can be mixed with different textures and colours. This kitchen in an HDB unit in Jelapang is simple but is stylishly industrial. Look at how the wine rack hangs from the ceiling!

5. Design by Fuse Concept

This open and spacious BTO unit in Fernvale fuses Scandinavian style with industrial features. The home offers a harmonious space for wooden surfaces, neutral hues, and black accents. Another popular element added in this space is the breakfast bar, which comes handy when you need to entertain guests or family members while whipping out dishes. The bar stools’ metal legs are a versatile touch suitable for classy interiors while its wooden seat makes it a good choice for modern-industrial looking space.

With a lot of options and possibilities in mixing the elements, colour palettes, and materials, you can convert your kitchen into a stylish, urban space with industrial elements. You just need to know the basics and be able to embrace the rawness of this style.

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