The Shift Towards Industrial Interiors

Macintosh HD:Users:HeatherM:Documents:ASSOCIATIONS:HPAC:Luna Industrial-teaser.jpgTaymor Luna Industrial kitchen faucet

When it comes to trends in kitchen design, the industrial look is on the upswing. Of course, we don’t all live in artsy warehouse loft apartments featuring wood beams and exposed brick, but that doesn’t mean the industrial trend can’t work for you. If you love the look but don't know where to start, try replacing your kitchen sink faucet with an industrial-inspired version, such as our chef style single-lever Luna Industrial model.


Macintosh HD:Users:HeatherM:Documents:ASSOCIATIONS:HPAC:HPAC_Mag_May_2016_spread.pngLuna Industrial, as seen in ‘Everything & the Kitchen Sink’, HPAC magazine, May 2016

Thanks to HPAC magazine for featuring Luna in their Spring 2016 issue that includes a trend discussion with leading interior designers who help to explain the surging demand for industrial style products that are as much about function as they are style.

The beauty of adding industrial elements into your home is the ability to mix and match current contemporary styles with older architectural details. We have some great examples of industrial interiors on Pinterest, so make sure you check us out if you want to get inspired! Meanwhile, we’ve included a few ideas below. These dreamy kitchens blend industrial aesthetics with modern amenities and have a ton of great decorating ideas.
Macintosh HD:Users:HeatherM:Desktop:the-style-files-left-Brittany-Ambridge-right.jpgPhoto by The Style Files (left); photo by Brittany Ambridge (right)

Macintosh HD:Users:HeatherM:Desktop:Photo-by-Mark-Adams.jpgPhoto by Mark Adams

Photo by Scott Hargis