Inspired by the craft of building and architecture
Monday, August 1, 2011
Industrial Galley Kitchen
Long and narrow. This particular space is full of volume as well. It's a galley style kitchen and they chose to go with an industrial vibe. The large window is such a bonus here, not only for the amount of light, but it helps open up the room. You don't feel so closed in. They also get some added accent lighting (washing that exterior brick wall) through the ceiling joist. Subtle, but again, visually opening the space a little.
A darker tone with a mix of textures from smooth concrete to rugged galvanized shelving.
I'm a 3rd generation home builder and remodeler in Birmingham, Michigan. I have a passion for the way things were back when we started Capaldi Building in 1945. Back when homes were literally built from scratch and guys ate homemade sandwiches out of tin lunch pails. The art and craft of building is something that inspires me every day. I hope that this blog inspires more people to take pride in the space they call home.
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