Blog/Styling A Modern Industrial Kitchen

Corian lava stone sink by DuPont.

Lava Rock worksurface by DuPont, from £800, Corian


Here’s our recipe for interiors success in the heart of the home. Create a sophisticated kitchen scheme by combining a variety of materials. Offset steel and lava stone, mix timber and terrazzo for a modern industrial look with a difference.

(Above) Corian has updated its collection of kitchen sinks to offer 25 different models including one in lava stone. An online configuration tool helps every homeowner find their ideal match. (Below) Made a Mano tiles are crafted from volcanic stone from Etna in Sicily, Italy. Various colours are made with traditional methods and applied by hand.

Made a Mano photography (below, left) by Heidi Lerkenfeldt. 

ERNO terrazzo kitchen by goldfinger factory x holland harvey architects.

ERNÓ Kitchen by Goldfinger Factory x Holland Harvey Architects, price upon request, Holland Harvey. Photography by Nathalie Priem Photography.


Lava stone tiled kitchen and zinc topped workstation.

Left to right: Ossido tiles, from €675 each, Ossido benchtop, from €2,500 per sq m, Made a Mano; Zinc topped workstation, £975, Design Vintage


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