There was a time when industrial-style bathrooms were found primarily in converted urban warehouse lofts and unrenovated country farmhouses. But the nostalgia for an industrial past seems to have an irresistible appeal in an increasingly digital world, and industrial-inspired bathrooms have become a fixture everywhere from modern apartments to historic renovations and new build suburban homes.
While some industrial-style bathrooms still celebrate raw industrial materials like concrete and metal, rough finishes like exposed brick walls, and details like exposed ductwork and plumbing, industrial style is constantly evolving. These days, you’re likely to find a chic industrial-inspired aesthetic that is a more polished take on the original, mixing age old materials with new variations such as concrete-effect tiles or modern reproductions of vintage lighting or plumbing fixtures. And industrial style is increasingly combined with other popular styles such as minimalist or modern farmhouse to create hybrid spaces that have a timeless quality rooted in past traditions but are softened for modern lifestyles.
Check out these industrial-inspired bathrooms in a range of settings for ideas on how to incorporate some of this time tested style into your space.
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Add a Steel and Glass Shower
Classic white subway tiles with black grout from floor to ceiling and a steel-and-glass, walk-in shower give this bathroom from Crisp Architects an industrial edge, while dark stained ceiling beams add a farmhouse touch.Continue to 2 of 30 below.
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Clay Wash the Brick
This bathroom from Leanne Ford Interiors includes a a vintage Willy Guhl planter repurposed as a sink, exposed pipe faucets, and a gray lime and clay wash that covers the exposed brick walls and the ceiling.Continue to 3 of 30 below.
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Warm It Up
This open plan primary bathroom from Jacqueline Blum Design has a luxurious modern feel with a sleek double fireplace insert and spacious shower. The use of black metal and glass and the white, black, and gray palette add an industrial-inspired feel. Plants and a wooden vanity soften up the look.
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Float Some Concrete
Home Consultant added a long double vanity that matches the polished concrete flooring in this compact bathroom, lightening up the classic industrial material by floating the vanity and saving space with wall-mounted black metal plumbing fixtures.Continue to 5 of 30 below.
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Paint the Ceiling Black
In this London bathroom, Emilie Fournet Interiors used a minimal black-and-white palette with white shower tiles, glass and black metal shower walls, a patterned tile floor, and a dramatic matte black ceiling that makes the industrial-inspired space feel grounded and comfortable. Gold-toned hardware and plants soften it up.Continue to 6 of 30 below.
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Lindye Galloway Studio + Shop added a subtle industrial feel to this modern bathroom with a crisp palette of black and white. The large black-framed picture windows are left bare, and neutral textiles and a contemporary light fixture keep it feeling fresh and updated.Continue to 7 of 30 below.
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Glam It Up
Shiny black shower tiles, globe pendant lights, and a freefloating polished concrete vanity with exposed piping give this converted warehouse bathroom in downtown Pittsburgh from Leanne Ford Interiors a touch of industrial chic glam.Continue to 8 of 30 below.
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Add Black Industrial Accents
In this bright and light modern farmhouse bathroom from Cathie Hong Interiors, black metal sconces, plumbing hardware, fixtures, and decorative accents gives the space a touch of industrial style and adds graphic interest that complements the patterned tile floors.Continue to 9 of 30 below.
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In this bathroom from Jacqueline Blum Design, a black and white and palette, a metal grid shower wall, classic subway tile, and black metal fixtures adds an industrial feel, while geometric forms like the hexagonal black floor tiles and angles of the wall-mounted planters and pendant lighting feel crisp and contemporary.Continue to 10 of 30 below.
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Keep It Raw
This industrial style loft bathroom in Venice, California from Alexander Design celebrates the soaring black metal grid windows and raw white painted brick walls with a contemporary black bathtub, exposed piping, a glass walk-in shower, a graphic Berber rug and a deep rectangular double vanity in polished concrete.Continue to 11 of 30 below.
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Use Shades of Gray
This simple and somber bathroom from Fantastic Frank has an almost Brutalist feel with concrete-effect tiles from floor to ceiling, and simple black accents.Continue to 12 of 30 below.
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Warm Up With Wood
Home Consultant used a warm wood vanity with plenty of graining and finished with leather pulls to add warmth to this white-and-black bathroom with geometric patterned floor tiles on the floor, white walls and countertops, and black plumbing fixtures.Continue to 13 of 30 below.
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Smooth It Out
This Frankfurt, Germany bathroom from Fantastic Frank skips tile altogether to create a soft contemporary bathroom with a seamless finish and an industrial edge. This look can be achieved with a polished concrete or stucco finish, or you can cheat the look with large format stone-effect tiles with minimal grout lines.Continue to 14 of 30 below.
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This modern black-and-white bathroom from Erin Williamson Design uses graphic tile flooring, black plumbing on the sink and shower, an octagonal window in the shower, and a vintage chandelier to add a soft industrial edge to a modern bathroom.Continue to 15 of 30 below.
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Paint It Out
This all-white bathroom from Leanne Ford Interiors has a vintage feel with a classic clawfoot tub, penny tiles on the floor, slanted ceilings, painted window shutters, and silver-toned double shower fixtures. Industrial style ceiling lights, black grout on the subway tiles, and a few striking black accents add a bit of graphic edge.Continue to 16 of 30 below.
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A pair of pint-sized industrial sinks gives this cute kids bathroom from JL Design a timeless industrial edge.Continue to 17 of 30 below.
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Leave the Windows Bare
Home Consultant added a picture window with black trim that's left bare to let in light and add some graphic interest and industrial style to the white-tile shower that complements the neutral bathroom.Continue to 18 of 30 below.
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This bathroom from Crisp Architects has white shiplap and black-and-white stripe detailing on the walls, a freestanding sink, and red accents to add some color to the industrial farmhouse mix.Continue to 19 of 30 below.
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Paint the Door Frame Black
In this converted warehouse loft bathroom from Leanne Ford Interiors, a painted black door frame echoes the black metal plumbing fixtures, complements the concrete flooring, and frames the view of the matching concrete vanity. A simple mirror reflects light and views.Continue to 20 of 30 below.
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In this minimalist Parisian bathroom from Neva Interior Design, a graphic chrome towel rack and sculptural heater add a polished industrial edge that will never go out of style.
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Add a Horse Trough Bathtub
This industrial farmhouse bathroom from Crisp Architects has white shiplap walls, a subway tile backsplash, a rustic wood vanity, and a black-and-white horse trough bathtub that sets the tone.Continue to 22 of 30 below.
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This industrial bathroom from Fantastic Frank has an all-gray palette and a focus on simple lines, from the square silver-toned showerhead to the large format concrete-effect floor and wall tiles.Continue to 23 of 30 below.
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Use Industrial Light Fixtures
Adding industrial-style light fixtures sharpens up this modern farmhouse style bathroom from Crisp Architects with its dark wood tones, farmhouse sink, and black-and-white checkered tile flooring.Continue to 24 of 30 below.
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Keep It Simple
Fantastic Frank used large white subway wall tiles, black hexagonal floor tiles, and classic silver-toned plumbing fixtures to create a simple recipe for a minimalist bathroom with industrial vibes that would work in any space.Continue to 25 of 30 below.
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Pair Black and White
This bathroom from Maestri Studio has a timeless black-and-white palette and a metal grid and glass showerbox that adds an industrial note to the overall polished feel of the space.Continue to 26 of 30 below.
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Add a Modern Tub
This bathroom from Living with Lolo has a neutral black-and-white palette, sleek pendant lighting, and a contemporary bathtub placed at an angle in the corner behind a colorful painting that contrasts with the classic Shaker cabinetry and round black metal-framed mirrors to create a modern space with industrial farmhouse accents.Continue to 27 of 30 below.
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Play With Pattern
This bathroom from Leanne Ford Interiors has a sober palette of black and white, with simple white tiles and black plumbing fixtures, and a dramatic black-and-white penny tile accent on the tub wall and flooring that adds a playful graphic element.
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Add Some Bling
This spacious bathroom from Living with Lolo has white subway tile with dark grout, black plumbing fixtures, a wood double sink vanity, and the surprise of a blingy gold and crystal chandelier that adds a touch of glam to the industrial modern farmhouse feel of the room.Continue to 29 of 30 below.
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Add Vintage Farmhouse Vibes
In this bathroom from Leanne Ford Interiors, a three-person vintage farmhouse sink, a rustic dark wood shelf, an oversized black metal pendant light, white shiplap wall finishes, and dark flooring creates a vintage farmhouse vibe with an industrial edge.
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This spacious contemporary bathroom from Cathie Hong Interiors mixes a minimalist palette of black, white, and gray with a play of transparency using a clear glass wall to the double showers and tub in the oversized walk-in wet room, leaving the black metal-framed picture windows bare to maximize light and views.