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How to create a rustic industrial kitchen

Rustic industrial looks combine soft woods, edgy elements. Image credit: mysweetsavannah.blogspot.com

A casual look in kitchen design these days is the rustic industrial style. It combines the softer elements of natural woods and materials in rustic decor with the edgier elements of the industrial style. Warm natural woods combined with repurposed industrial accents are then topped off with a strong color, such as white.

Putting this look together means a fun search for items like cozy wooden chairs, industrial lighting, and maybe even some yard sale finds as accents. Here is a selection of pieces from Hooker Furniture and other sources that can help you achieve the rustic industrial look for yourself.

Sorella dining table

This table has the warm hues needed for rustic design and will anchor your room.

Ladderback chairs help create an industrial look

The Sorella ladderback side chairs continue the rustic look around the table. Stained wood with visible grains, rather than painted furniture, bring the warmth into your kitchen space to balance out the cool industrial elements.

Now it’s time to add in some lighting. The trio of lamps below have both rustic and industrial aspects, so take your pick.

Lighting brings rustic, industrial elements together

The Turin Draped Chandelier adds an industrial element for above your dining table, as does the Dolo Industrial Pendant. The Caruso Round Chandelier is the perfect marriage between rustic and industrial. All three light fixtures are from Homeware.com.

Accessories such as shelves and wall art are fun items to find at yard sales, antique stores or estate sales.

Bins and shelves are a chic addition to rustic kitchens. Image Credit: littleblueboo

Look for well-loved yet functional pieces. These kitchen stools are a great example of that.

A little whimsy can be added with kitchen stools. Image Credit: House Beautiful

If your style leans more towards rustic, have that be your foundation for this kitchen look. If you are more modern at heart, you might focus more on the industrial aspect of your space. There is no rule as to how much of each style you should have in your space to make the perfect combination for a rustic industrial kitchen.

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