Moody Industrial Meets Vintage Kitchen Design

This moody kitchen decorted in industrial meets vintage style features a classic black and white color combo

This moody kitchen decorted in industrial meets vintage style features a classic black and white color combo

If you are getting ready for a kitchen renovation, this one can be a great source of inspiration for you. This moody space was renovated by New York-based interior designer Monique Gibson and shows the finest example of decorating a kitchen in a fashionable moody way, which is extremely popular today.

The space is decorated in industrial meets vintage style, and what I love most of all is the contrast between the whitewashed brick walls and black furniture and ceiling beams. The floors are also whitewashed but wooden ones. Choosing white as the main color, the designer still kept the space moody with black framed windows and a door and dark countertops and furniture.

The shelves are warm wood ones, and the furniture is put on metal legs and casters to make it look vintage and make it durable and stable. Vintage wooden tableware and dishes stick to the style of the kitchen, and there are some plants and greenery that enliven it. If you, guys, like trendy moody spaces, I’m sure you’ll love this one, too! It is full of gorgeous ideas to steal, get your Pin button ready!

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Warm wood elements were used to soften the look and make it cozier

Warm wood elements were used to soften the look and make it cozier

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Plants, flowers and open shelving look great and contrasting with this space, and black granite counters match the best way possible

Plants, flowers and open shelving look great and contrasting with this space, and black granite counters match the best way possible