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.