Welcome to the Industrial interior design style guide where you can see photos of all interiors in the Industrial style including kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms, foyers and more.
Table of Contents
- Industrial Style Homes (Exteriors)
- 1. Garza Camisay Arquitectos Designs Brick Loft-Style Modern Home
- 2. Industrial Washington DC Condo Conversion by Four Brothers, LLC
- 3. Creative A & A House by Work of Architects (WoARCHITECTS)
- 4. Relaxing House in Vilnius by Aketuri Architektai
- 5. Bold Valley Street by Baran Studio
- 6. Stunning La Hidalga House by Grupo Arquitectura
- 7. Starkly Minimalist Vilnius House by Studio GYZA
- 8. Loft Sixty-Four by EVA Architects
- 9. Ice Shore House by Indesign Inc.
- 10. Playful Rural House by Tux Creative
- 11. Toronto Urban Home by Reigo & Bauer
- 12. Iconic Modern Industrial Home Featuring Fabulous Indoor-Outdoor Lifestyle
- 13. Former Sugar Beet Factory Transforms into an Award-winning Loft in LA’s Arts District
- 14. Chic Residential with Dynamite Open Floor Plan, 15 ft.-Ceilings, Gallery Art Walls, and Polished Concrete Floors
- 15. One of a Kind Residence Offers an Open and Flexible Floor Plan, Soaring Ceilings, and an Abundance of Light
- 16. Modern Industrial Home with Soaring Shed Ceiling and Multi-Slide Glass Walls
- 17. Custom Home Tucked Inside a Walled “Secret” Urban Garden
- 18. Bucktown Home with 11′ Ceilings and Wide Open Space
- 19. Custom Home with a Roll-Up Garage Door Window
- 20. Gated Oasis with Huge Museum-Style Walls, Exposed Steel Beams, and Oversized Windows
- Industrial Style Interior Examples (by Room)
- What is Industrial Home Decor?
- Distinguishing Design Features
- Décor Accessories
- Why it Looks Great
Industrial Style Homes (Exteriors)
Check out these spectacular homes showcasing the Industrial style architecture.
1. Garza Camisay Arquitectos Designs Brick Loft-Style Modern Home
This modern Industrial-style home has a red brick facade that gives it a warm presence to soften the hard edges and straight lines. This view shows the graveled backyard with a picnic table by the entrance to the well-lit house and beside it is the large open garage that has brick walls and concrete floor.
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This daytime view of the house exterior reveals landscaping of bamboos lining the concrete walls around the house that goes well with the gravel and its bordering shrubs. This view also showcases the home’s large glass windows and sliding doors on the first floor.
2. Industrial Washington DC Condo Conversion by Four Brothers, LLC
The red brick walls of the house exterior has a finish that showcases craftsmanship and attention to detail with its fine design and patterns. This goes well with the arched windows, gray roofing and two entrances that have a wooden frame with glass panels on it.
3. Creative A & A House by Work of Architects (WoARCHITECTS)
This Industrial-style home announces itself proudly right from the concrete sidewalk entrance with a pure black sliding gate with the house number on display in gold. This opens up to a driveway and walkway to the house that seems like three separate structures piled on top of each other giving it a uniquely modern aesthetic.
This view shows the entrance to the house accessed by climbing a set of black stairs that stand out against the white walls of the entryway. This view also showcases the three different materials of the house facade with the top layer made of gray wood, then the textured beige stone walls contrasting the smooth white walls of the entryway.
4. Relaxing House in Vilnius by Aketuri Architektai
This lovely Industrial-style home has a relaxing and inviting quality to it probably due to its subtle cabin in the woods vibe to its brown wooden facade walls. These walls soften up the box design augmented by the large glass windows and sliding doors that open up the house to the well-manicured lawn.
Upon closer inspection of the house exterior, you can see here that the glass sliding doors are protected by pull-down black iron shutters that complement the hardwood outdoor flooring of the patio and entryway topped with a large slab of concrete with an artistic design of holes in it.
5. Bold Valley Street by Baran Studio
This slim and bold Industrial-style house has a modern accent to its exterior walls that is different depending on the angle point of view. This side shows a gray facade with a large window on the first floor and smaller windows on the higher levels. Around the corner of this wall is the entryway that has glass doors that are framed with red bricks.
This side of the Industrial-style house shows an off-white exterior wall with a textured stripe finish that complements the various-sized glass windows that cast warm and welcoming yellow lights of the interior. This view also shows an out wooden fence augmented by a large tree that provides a nice and homey foreground.
6. Stunning La Hidalga House by Grupo Arquitectura
From this view of the stunning Industrial-style house, you can clearly see the different compartmentalized sections of the house through its glass tall walls and doors. This highlights the house interiors that have white walls, wooden walls and textured stone walls augmented by the warm yellow lights.
This is the entryway into the house that is lower than the sidewalk. It has a pavilion-like detached shed roof with several brown pillars supporting a white ceiling to provide shade for the entryway that has red brick walls that go well with the inclined concrete flooring.
7. Starkly Minimalist Vilnius House by Studio GYZA
This minimalist Industrial-style house stands out against the surrounding landscape full of tall trees and well-manicured lawns of grass. Its unique exterior walls have a striped design made of different shades of gray augmented by large glass walls and doors that offer a subtle view of the interiors with mirror images of the trees.
This closer view of the house shows a high-ceiling central hall surrounded by tall glass walls. There is also a large second-floor balcony that has a side stair access leading down to the grassy lawn filled with tall trees and a dog house on one side.
8. Loft Sixty-Four by EVA Architects
This front view of this Industrial-style house shows its red brick exterior walls that partners well with the gray Gable roof that matches with the gray frames of the entryway featuring a gray main door with large sidelights and a transom window above it matching with the tall windows of the second floor.
This interior view of the house shows the foyer as you enter the main door. You will be surprised by the dark exteriors to a bright and white interior with simple white walls, ceiling and industrial-style flooring. This makes the black mudroom and metal stairs stand out.
9. Ice Shore House by Indesign Inc.
This modern Industrial-style home uses the same stone bricks of the walkway pavement on its exterior walls that has edges and angles augmented by the various glass windows and walls that offer a glimpse of the charming and inviting interiors.
This backyard view of the house features a blue well-lit swimming pool surrounded by a gray stone pavement as well as lovely landscaping of shrubs, medium-sized trees, and potted plants. This is enjoyed by the house through large glass walls that show the house’s exposed wooden beams on its ceiling.
10. Playful Rural House by Tux Creative
This view of the two-tone Industrial house showcases a backyard pool with fencing made of wooden frames and wire mesh encircling the grassy lawn surrounding the pool. These wooden fences match the wooden exterior walls on the first floor.
This bird’s eye view of the charming Industrial-style house highlights the black upper layer of the house that contrasts the light wooden lower section as well as the surrounding lush greenery making the house stand out with a modern flair.
The property is surrounded by tall spruce trees and pine trees and a mountain-side view that offers comfortable isolation and privacy within its black flat roofs, light wooden flooring and dark second-floor walls with various-sized windows.
11. Toronto Urban Home by Reigo & Bauer
This front view of the Industrial style house shows a slim and sexy modern exterior with some of the floor space sacrificed for a side entry of its wooden fences onto concrete brick pavements leading the house entrance that has large sliding glass doors paired with a transom window.
This is the point of view from the side just outside the wooden fence that has a carpet of creeping plants on it for a classic look that contrasts the modern house with a different white textured exterior for the second floor that has large glass windows.
12. Iconic Modern Industrial Home Featuring Fabulous Indoor-Outdoor Lifestyle
This is the backyard view of this modern Industrial-style house. It looks like it is made up of three steel containers stacked on top of each other. The first floor has an open patio and large glass walls contrasting the black exterior walls same as the second floor that has a balcony over the patio.
This industrial-style house has an outdoor garage large enough for two cars on its concrete flooring complemented by wooden walls that also act as a fence for the rest of the house shown to have large glass windows from this point of view.
13. Former Sugar Beet Factory Transforms into an Award-winning Loft in LA’s Arts District
The blue gable roof of this large Industrial-style home stands out against the gray textured facade that is complemented by the dark brown doors flanking a large garage door in the middle. These entrances are lit by wall-mounted industrial-style lamps.
This angled view shows just how massive the structure of the house is. On the side, you can see black wrought iron fences separating the concrete sidewalk from the property that has lush landscaping filled with shrubberies and colorful trees.
14. Chic Residential with Dynamite Open Floor Plan, 15 ft.-Ceilings, Gallery Art Walls, and Polished Concrete Floors
This ground view just outside the house features an outdoor patio, sitting area and dining area with the industrial-style exterior walls of the house as a nice modern background for the round wooden table and its wooden folding chairs with a dash of warmth from the potted plants and trees.
This side view of the house makes it seem like a ship fused with an airport with its white metal stairs on the side of the building that has gray angled walls with a textured stripe finish bringing emphasis on the metal parts dotted with a few glass windows and softened by potted plants.
15. One of a Kind Residence Offers an Open and Flexible Floor Plan, Soaring Ceilings, and an Abundance of Light
This industrial-style home has a modern box-like exterior shape with a couple of smaller boxes attached to it. The smallest box is attached above the garage entrance and has a glass wall while the other larger one is above the entryway accented with a beautiful purple flowering tree and some shrubs.
Upon closer inspection, you can see from this entryway view that there is a concrete walkway surrounded by Aloe Vera plants and shrubs leading to a staircase up to the raised entryway of the modern home. This entryway has a small balcony beside it with glass doors and balcony railings filled with creeping plants.
16. Modern Industrial Home with Soaring Shed Ceiling and Multi-Slide Glass Walls
The warm yellow glow of the windows stands out in this Industrial-style home that is like different houses placed beside each other. On the right, you have a one-floor section with a flat roof and white walls augmented by the large glass windows while on the left is a two-story section with the glass main door flanked by wall-mounted lamps.
This view shows the L-shape of the house to accommodate a backyard that has a pool, a sitting area, and an outdoor kitchen. It can be seen clearly here that the house ha flat roofs and large glass doors that showcases the beautiful interiors.
17. Custom Home Tucked Inside a Walled “Secret” Urban Garden
This industrial-style home has a red brick fence separating the property from the concrete sidewalk. This fence blends in with the rest of the house exterior walls that feature lovely tinted glass windows from the large one on the right that complements the A-frame roof to the small ones on the second floor and third floors.
This is the view just inside the brick wall fencing. Just outside the tall windows of the first floor is a concrete walkway that is flanked with wonderful shrubs, ferns, and trees to create a lovely landscape scenery as you walk toward the main entrance.
18. Bucktown Home with 11′ Ceilings and Wide Open Space
This simple home has three levels made of brick. The first level is right by the concrete sidewalk. It has frosted glass walls with black frames that match the black main door. The second level has frosted glass windows with exterior designs surrounding the windows.
This bright and airy interior features a great room that houses the living room and the dining area under the same high white ceiling and same hardwood flooring. The living room has a fireplace inlaid with wood that stands out against the white walls beside a wooden piano.
19. Custom Home with a Roll-Up Garage Door Window
This view of this simple Industrial-style home showcases a red main door as its stand-out element. It has panels of glass on it with lighting inside a simple entryway. This is beside a large garage with enough space for two cars. It has a black garage door that complements the gray exterior wall.
This rooftop of the house is accessed through tinted glass doors. It has hardwood flooring with a sandy quality to it that complements the cacti on pots near the gray lawn chairs with cushions beside an out door dining area and bar surrounded by white wooden fencing.
20. Gated Oasis with Huge Museum-Style Walls, Exposed Steel Beams, and Oversized Windows
The front yard of this industrial-style house has tall palm trees for a nice tropical scenery as a foreground for the large glass walls lit with the warm yellow lights of the interiors that have high white ceilings, exposed steel beams and walls illuminated by recessed lights.
From the sidewalk, the property can be entered through a black wooden gate flanked by low red brick stone walls augmented by a higher layer of gray wood. From this view, you can see the unique house exterior that is a beautiful fusion of modern elements and industrial-style.
Industrial Style Interior Examples (by Room)
The following are photo examples of Industrial style interiors (room-by-room). Below each photo are links that take you to extensive Industrial style photo galleries for each room.
This simple living room has a dark gray sectional sofa facing a matching dark gray wall that supports the wall-mounted TV and its sound system. These gray elements stand out against the bare wooden ceiling that matches the bare wooden wainscoting with a textured scales design on it.
Even though this kitchen has black metal walls, it still managed to be bright and airy thanks to its large glass windows that feature the beautiful green landscape outside for that relaxing cooking experience on the black kitchen island that has a stainless steel countertop.
The long rectangular wooden table stands out against the rest of the dining room that has cheerful yellow metal walls adorned with large glass windows that have contrasting black frames. These match the black wooden chairs that surround the table.
The concrete flooring that is covered with a black area rug matches with the upper layer of the gray concrete walls. The lower half of it is dominated by light wooden structures like the headboard and the floating cabinet on the adjacent wall.
This modern industrial-style bathroom has gray flooring tiles that complement the black wall with a frosted glass window on the far end that matches with the countertop of the two-sink vanity with matching black fixtures.
This simple Industrial-style entry hall has a gray patterned area rug on its off white flooring. This is brightened by the delightful yellow hue of the walls made of metal and the wall-mounted lamps attached to it over three small built-in concrete stools.
What is Industrial Home Decor?
If you want something that looks very bold and definitely features a lot of frameworks you will absolutely want to look at. You’ll see less of the raw wood pieces, however, and more of the industrial décor, or industrial chic, that you would expect from warehouses and factories with a modern interior design twist. That means you’re getting more of the pipes and unfinished aspects to help improve your overall look. It’s definitely going to be a unique aspect and it’s quite popular in a variety of different building styles such as clubs and apartments. It’s something that definitely creates a more modern design.
Distinguishing Design Features
The most popular features of this type of style are warehouse aspects such as revealed pipes and metal fixtures. In fact, you’ll find a whole lot of metal throughout this design because that’s one of the most common materials you get with factories. You’ll see stainless steel and even burnished metals that may look a little more worn. This can take place in the accent pieces that are on the walls or it will be present in the furniture or even in the materials that are being used throughout the space so you get a lot of warehouse-inspired accents. If you like the rough feel you want to be where this type of style is because that’s going to emphasize everything. Rather than getting the ceiling or wall coverings that are standard in most houses you’ll have a lot of open spaces in this style of a house including beams and poles.
The materials in industrial design are generally going to be a little more wood and metal. You’ll find a lot of earth tones and more neutral colors in the materials that you do use, however, you won’t find a whole lot of extra cloth materials around. The majority of furniture and even accessories and everything else will be made of wood or metal to create a rough feel. There will be a lot of exposed pipes, metal accents through the ceiling and even more in the staircases. There will be wooden accents to go along but the main focus is on the metal because this provides the real look and style that you’re going for as an industrial design. You may find a lot of stainless steel through the kitchen or even framing different pieces.
The furniture in an industrial style home or room is going to be focused on metal aspects over anything else. You won’t find a whole lot of soft surfaces though you may find leather accents or coverings which seem to emphasize the rough appearance of the metal and other surfaces. There may also be a little bit of wood in the pieces that you see. Everything is going to be in more clean and bold colors which could vary from white all the way to black. That means you’re going to have crisp and clean lines because of the industrial feel.
If you really want some decorative pieces you’re going to want a lot of metal aspects but you likely won’t find a lot of extra pieces or accessories because this style is cleaner than others. You’re going to have a lot of empty space instead of clutter but the pieces that are present will likely be made with rough-hewn aspects and metal pieces. This means you’ll have more industrial aspects including industrial style lighting and even commercial-style kitchens. You’ll find a lot of open shelving that holds utilitarian pieces.
The accessories that you find here are generally going to be very useful and they are going to use accents that are common to the warehouse industry as well. This is extremely popular and easy to find. You may see metal stools and chairs that feature leather accents or a little bit of cloth. Primarily, you’ll see things that are commonly used. There aren’t knickknacks in this style and most of the items that you have will be darker in color such as gray and black. These colors are common throughout the industrial scene, as well as mesh style accents and rivets.
Why it Looks Great
So, why is the industrial style a great one? Well, it’s definitely a rustic style and it’s extremely unique, which is definitely going to create a fun style for those who really like the warehouse look. This look is rough, which means it’s a little more difficult to find in homes but you’ll see apartments that have this type of style. You can also create it yourself by using the right accent pieces and exposing some of the pipework and even ductwork in homes and buildings. All of this creates a look that’s definitely more modern and bold though not quite as comfortable as other styles.