Creating an Industrial kitchen
For an urban kitchen which blends engineered materials with a dark colour palette, draw on the Industrial trend.
How to get the look
Introduce urban colours, exposed natural textures and coppper accents to create an engineered, idustrial look.
Step one: Choose your cabinet doors
Our Chelford cabinet doors in slate grey add heritage design influences, and provide a dark backdrop for your industrial kitchen. To introduce colour, choose Burford Paintable, customised by your builder in a dark shade of green.
Step two: Pick your worktop
Black mirror chip quartz worktop pairs dark tones with mirrored flecks for a subtle touch of engineered luxury. Contrast this with the warm tones of a brown oak effect worktop to lift the dark palette and introduce a hand-crafted, natural element.
Step 3: Select a sink and tap
A copper tap mirrors the design of industrial pipework and adds a rich metallic highlight to a black sink. When planning your kitchen, ask your builder to place the sink on an island opposite the hob, creating a functional working triangle between the cooking area, sink and fridge.
Step four: Choose your appliances
With a Lamona double oven, you will have plenty of space for cooking. Your builder can fit this in an appliance tower, so you can access dishes without bending down. A drinks cooler will also keep your favourite drinks nicely chilled ready for your next dinner party.
Step five: Find flooring and door furniture
Take inspiration from hardwearing factory flooring with light grey travertine vinyl flooring. With a texture surface, this floor replicates the look and feel of stone in an easy to clean material.
Step six: Add finishing touches
Your builder can complete the look with copper knobs to add warmth to your grey cabinet doors. The on-trend copper finish will add a contemporary accent to your Shaker-style kitchen.
Choose from more than 70 kitchen designs
Discover our kitchens, which can be tailored to suit your home and way of life. Explore our Shaker, Universal and Contemporary collections for inspiration when you are planning a new kitchen.