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Trends We Love: Factory Windows in the Kitchen

by Jason Chambers – Updated Aug 21, 2020
Trends We Love: Factory Windows in the Kitchen
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Have you ever noticed some interesting micro-trends showing up in interior design from time to time? Recently it seems that factory windows are making a real comeback in our interiors. With dark metallic frames, they add depth and sense of structure to any kind of decor, from washed down minimalism to modern rustic. Wether they’re reclaimed from old buildings or just faux vintage, we think they’re quite fabulous! Here’s a quick selection of amazing kitchen and dining room designs using these black framed doors and windows.

factory window kitchen designCarter Kay Interiors, transitional kitchen, Atlanta. Photo by Emily Followill.

black framed factory windowsDrammer Construction, industrial kitchen, Santa Barbara. Design by Rudolph Ortega & Associates. Photo by Gaszton Photography.

industial style kitchen factory windowsL. Newman Associates, transitional kitchen, Manchester NH.

industial style kitchen factory windowsBrown Design Group, midcentury kitchen, Los Angeles.

factory window dining roomHanson General Contracting, contemporary dining room and kitchen, Philadelphia. Photo by Jeffrey Totaro.

factory windows loft kitchenCassidy Hughes Interior Design, warehouse conversion – industrial kitchen, London.

vintage factory windows room dividerReiko Feng Shui Design, industrial loft renovation, New York.

vintage factory windowsAura Construction, rustic industrial kitchen, London.

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