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Vintage Industrial Kitchen Inspiration

Posted on Sep 6, 2016 by

We’ve reached out to our friends at HomeBarn to give you three quick and easy vintage industrial updates to add character, charm and a hint of intrigue to the heart of your home, the kitchen.

A strong pop of colour never tires against a neutral or textured background. We love this metal pigeonhole unit salvaged from an industrial factory. Featuring 12 drawers and a striking patinated green finish, it’s sure to awaken any interior space. Use it for storage or display of spices and other dry store ingredients.

Industrial pigeonhole unit, £295, HomeBarn

Featuring 12 drawers and a striking patinated green finish, this salvaged pigeonhole storage unit is sure to awaken any interior space

Featuring 12 drawers and a striking patinated green finish, this salvaged pigeonhole storage unit is sure to awaken any interior space
Image courtesy of HomeBarn

Add vintage charm to the dining table or breakfast bar with these tall timber and metal industrial bar stools. Hard lines create a strong contrast against raw elements like brick and concrete common in Warehouse and Factory conversions.

Industrial bar stool with wooden seat, £195, HomeBarn

Add vintage charm to the dining table or breakfast bar with these tall timber and metal industrial bar stools

Add vintage charm to the dining table or breakfast bar with these tall timber and metal industrial bar stools
Image courtesy of HomeBarn

Channel the ever popular wire trend (we also wrote about it here!) with these vintage metal school lockers. Complete with hinged wire doors that hang above and open upwards, this hero piece creates the perfect display unit for printed crockery and other colourful and interesting objects.

Vintage industrial wire double locker with doors, £295, HomeBarn

This hero piece creates the perfect display unit for printed crockery and other colourful and interesting objects

This hero piece creates the perfect display unit for printed crockery and other colourful and interesting objects
Image courtesy of HomeBarn

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