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17 Industrial-Style Interiors

This spare, utilitarian look might be rooted in factories of yesteryear, but it appeals to a modern aesthetic.
17 Industrial-Style Interiors

For this Sag Harbor, New York, dining room, Timothy Godbold chose Charlotte Perriand Les Arcs chairs to surround the reclaimed oak table, which is topped with dinnerware by Kasper Würtz. The area rug is from ABC Carpet and Home. Photo by Rikki Snyder

Sleek industrial-inspired lighting hangs in the dining room of Hubert Zandberg’s Berlin apartment. Photo by Simon Upton

This Los Angeles living room by Matt Blacke has a worn-in, vintage feel and elements of leather, wood, steel and concrete. Photo by William Abranowicz / Art and Commerce

“The space was all about the dividing bar between the dining room and living room,” according to the team at Workstead, who designed this Manhattan apartment. “We wanted to create a more intimate dining experience, so we hired our friend Asher Israelow to make a custom bar that would be accessible from both the dining and living. Asher also made the dining table. The chandelier is ours. The dining chairs are by Hans Wegner, style CH88. The glass vessels are from the Future Perfect by Lindsey Adelman.” Photo by Matthew Williams

The client’s design direction for the space was ‘rustic modern,’” Drew McGukin says of this Soho, New York, loft. “Our goal was clean lines and strong, individual shapes complimented by layers of textural fabrics, mixed patterns and color.” The space includes Compass fixtures by Apparatus and vintage leather club chairs found on 1stdibs, which he then added a bolster pillow to and reupholstered with contrasting fabric on the seat. Photo by Brett Beyer

“This is the kitchen of a production company where everyone hangs out in the kitchen,” says Frances Merrill of Reath Design, who created the Los Angeles office. “The vintage cupboard adds softness to the space.” Photo by Laure Joliet

The living room of this Manhattan loft by Scarpidis Design features a pair of leather club chairs from Antiqueria Tribeca with a side table from Desiron topped with a vintage desk lamp sourced from 1stdibs. Photo by Costas Picadas

The iron and glass transom window gives definition and interest to the small kitchen of this brownstone apartment in New York’s West Village, while not giving up any natural light from the south-facing front windows, according to Nate Berkus Associates. The marble, steel and brass island was custom-made for the space. Photo by Roger Davies

A collection of gears are mounted on the wall of this London mews house by Maddux Creative, which also features pendant lights with Edison bulbs. Photo by Andreas Von Einsiedel

The chandelier in this Deirdre Doherty–designed Los Angeles living room is from Obsolete. A vintage neon sign hanging over the fireplace serves as wall art. Photo by Ryan Phillips

At the Battery, a San Francisco members club, Ken Fulk adorned an exposed brick wall with taxidermy. A mobile-style light fixture by Serge Mouille suspends over the space. Photo by Douglas Friedman

Mark Zeff designed this Southampton, New York, kitchen and dining space, which mixes stainless steel and dark wood. “The kitchen faces the bay, and the view from the windows is always green and gray in the winter, so we selected the chocolate cabinetry because it contrasted beautifully with the surroundings.” Photo by Eric Laignel

Exposed duct work, a stainless-steel island and painted brick walls add an industrial edge to this Tribeca penthouse by MR Architecture and Decor. The long wooden dining table is surrounded by Eero Saarinen chairs. Photo by Eric Laignel

This Mill Valley, California, home was designed by Aidlin Darling, and the firm notes that the “material palette integrates industrial fabrication with the warmth of wood assembly and infill.” Photo by Matthew Millman

A metal banister winds through this 1992 Cigolle X Coleman home, which Rios Clementi Hale updated with a jewel-like chandelier that cascades down the three levels. On the staircase’s landing resides a bespoke onyx wine cellar. Photo by Undine Pröhl

Jeffrey Alan Marks designed this Austin, Texas, kitchen to have a rustic-meets-industrial vibe, with eclectic touches like a set of wire chairs around the long dining table and a pair of pineapple-shaped pendant lights hanging over the island. “I often use a kitchen as a palate cleanser for the rest of the house,” Marks says. “Simplicity wins in a room that has to meet a multitude of demands from residents large and small.” Photo by Douglas Friedman

Polished copper hardware stands out against black tiles in this Brooklyn Heights bathroom by Nick Olsen. Photo by Reid Rolls for Domaine Home

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