Blog/Industrial Style Kitchen By Bert & May

Industrial kitchen with warehouse windows, graphic tiles and brass fixtures

Bert & May have collaborated with Red Deer Architects on a premium kitchen range that is made to order and entirely bespoke. 

 

Bert & May have collaborated with Red Deer Architects on a premium kitchen range that is made to order and entirely bespoke. From timber and brass to concrete and porcelain this tranquil space offers a sophisticated measure of mixed materials. Read as we share our tips to re-creating the look in your own home.

(Below) A vintage swivel stool adds instant industrial attitude to any scheme. Handcrafted from unlacquered brass, this kitchen mixer will patina gently over time. The classic black silhouette of this Lampe Gras table lamp will elevate a refined interior. Symmetrical or random, endless tile tessellations allow for a unique and personalised aesthetic.

Recreate this industrial style kitchen in your own home with these vintage industrial originals

Left to right: Vintage industrial swivel chair 1950s, £175, Owl and the Elephant; Mono mixer, from £726, Studio OreLampe Gras N°205 table lamp, from £337, Holloways of LudlowStone jug, £35, Millington and HopeRunning glaze plate, £25, Holloways of LudlowAlalpardo tile in Cherry and Milk, £6.72 each, Bert & MayBlack twisted fabric braided cable, £2.95, Enamel Shades      

 

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