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Industrial Kitchen

Industrial style takes its cues from old factories and warehouses that have been converted to lofts and other living spaces. This fuss-free utilitarian style incorporates the use of raw materials to give the space an almost unfinished, raw but edgy feel.

The Modern industrial design is very popular and incorporates the use of a variety of textures including wood and metal, stainless steel, exposed stonework and neutral colours like black, charcoal, whites and greys.

A Vintage design can incorporate rusty or heavily textured finishes and exposed piping or metalwork. Pops of earthy colours and surprise elements like graffiti art can add a WOW factor.

Industrial design should be raw, creative, textured, inviting and convenient.

Create the look with a wonderful raw-look matte stone benchtop and the amazing range of textured woodgrain now available.

Complement it with adjustable open shelves that are convenient and creative – allowing you to add the perfect accents.

Get a feel for the design by checking out the Gallery.

Appliances should be visual and chunky, certainly not concealed in any way.

Platinum Gas cooktops are available in 600mm & 900mm and are best complemented by an industrial looking canopy range hood.


Very great in extent or amount: Industrial style is a trend that replicates the unfinished feel of warehouse through raw materials and salvaged objects. Large, open spaces have sharp lines, utilitarian surfaces, and a dynamic interplay between pure form and function. This is a look that harks back to the turn-of-the-century industrial era. It emphasises liberal use of exposed steel with distressed wooden elements, frequently complemented by exposed brick walls. The modern variant commonly includes copper-tone accents. In terms of general feel, industrial decor is often rustic and mature.


Industrial Colour