Trend Alert! Industrial Design

Posted by Daniel Edelman on

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Whenever a new trend hits the kitchen & bath industry, we can’t help but geek out. The latest and greatest is industrial-inspired design, pushing the limits on integrating industrial style into residential spaces. Several manufacturers are offering their take on the trend, and we’re assuming there will be more to come. Here are a few of our favorite concepts and pieces we've found so far:

Exposed Plumbing and Industrial Style Vanities - The sink area is a great place in the bathroom to showcase the industrial design trend. You can achieve this look by incorporating trough sinks, exposed plumbing, unique lighting, or a vanity with rustic trim (we love the Toledo Collection by Fairmont Designs--perfect if you need sink area storage!).

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 Fairmont Designs Toledo Colllection[/caption]

 

Pops of Color - Although the industrial look tends to cater to rustic finishes and colors, it can also look amazing when combined with a pop of color. This is a great way to ease into the style and allows you to personalize it with a color you love.

A pop of yellow and a beautiful trough sink[/caption]

 

R.W. Atlas Collection by Waterworks – Available in 13 finishes, working these fixtures into any color scheme is a breeze. The R.W. Atlas designs are available as a full collection of fixtures ranging from a kitchen faucet with a side sprayer, to shower heads and lavatory faucets.

RW Atlas Collection[/caption]

 

Elan Vital 38 Collection by Watermark – Watermark takes customizing your fixtures to a whole new level, allowing you to choose the height, width, and length of all aspects of the fixtures to make them the perfect fit. The Elan Vital 38 collection is available in any of Watermark's 39 finishes and offers a bridge faucet, wall mount, deck mount, floor mount, and thermostatic shower.

Elan Vital 38 Collection[/caption]

 

However you choose to incorporate the industrial style into your home, have fun with it!

Photos:  1 Waterworks, 2 Architecture Art Design, 3 Fairmont Designs, 4 Architecture Art Design, 5 Waterworks, 6 Watermark


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