Industrial Steel

My husband and I recently bought our first home together (or should I say, fixer upper) and if you follow me on Instagram or Pinterest, you probably already know that we’re in the middle of doing a major gut renovation. Though the remodel began only a month ago, we’re already having to make some major decisions about the kitchen and windows. Gulp. I’ve always been obsessed with large, industrial steel windows – they provide such a dramatic and strong look, while allowing in tons of natural light. Authentic industrial steel windows aren’t the easiest to come by but I’m determined to incorporate them into our home!

(images from Nuevo Estilo, Yatzer, Traditional Home, Lonny Mag, Architectural Digest, Nü Home, House Beautiful, Nate Berkus, CocoCozy, Coco+Kelley, Providence Ltd Design & Architectural Digest)

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  1. Ritika wrote:

    Now, that’s awesome!! Love all the pictures..

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    4.25.13
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  2. The chair (?) through the industrial wall of windows (5th picture down) Is it wicker? Any chance of seeing it just by itself? This is a great compilation of pictures..Well done!

    4.25.13
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  3. Terra wrote:

    awesome!
    Gorgeous photos, I love the industrial look with large videos
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    xx

    4.25.13
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  4. Terra wrote:

    windows*

    4.25.13
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  5. Alyx wrote:

    HONESTLY! WTF? These are my dream homes!

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    4.25.13
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  6. Amanda wrote:

    I love those windows. If I ever own a home, those are definitely a must for me. Good luck!

    4.25.13
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  7. Louise wrote:

    Really love this kind of windows! Great inspiration.

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    4.25.13
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  8. I love this! I love how many different decorating styles you have shown with the steel!

    xoxo
    Juliette Laura
    juliettelaura.blogspot.com

    4.25.13
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  9. Donnia wrote:

    These windows are really rad ! But my parents have the same kind of large windows on one ide of the house, only downside is… you need a very good heating system in the winter ! The cold gets through so much more easily…

    4.25.13
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  10. Sylvie wrote:

    Awesome picture. What I wouldn’t do to have these in my house. Can’t wait to see what you come up with!

    4.25.13
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  11. Reptilia wrote:

    I love the light in this places! Love these ideas!!

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    xx

    4.25.13
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  12. Paty wrote:

    I loved it!
    I’m posting looks from L.A. and accessories:

    http://www.thegavlaks.com

    4.25.13
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  13. stylistki wrote:

    Great interior designs!

    4.25.13
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  14. kate wrote:

    Wow, I had never thought of using windows like these, they’re beautiful! Good luck with the renovation, I’m going to start following your pinsta-rests!

    4.25.13
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  15. wow, this pictures are wonderful! good luck on your renovation!! It`s gonna take some time and patience but I am sure that the results will please you and your husband. Thanks for the interior designs ideeas 😀

    4.25.13
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  16. I’m a big fan of huge windows, It’s so important for me have big windows with daylight

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    4.26.13
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  17. Mandy wrote:

    We have industrial steel windows in our loft in downtown DSM, and we absolutely love them. They are so beautiful during the morning when the light comes streaming in. I have an Instagram photo here: http://instagram.com/p/YP9l-huSdj/

    4.26.13
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  18. Denisa wrote:

    Nice inspiration. Have a great day.

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    4.26.13
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  19. Namrata wrote:

    Such lovely interiors! Very beautiful

    Namrata
    http://seasoncheck.blogspot.in

    4.26.13
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  20. meg wrote:

    I love the industrial look, especially the metal dining chairs!

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    4.26.13
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  21. Nancy wrote:

    Congratulations & wishing you all the best for you and your family (no matter the size) in your new home!! Those windows look fantastic. I especially like them in the kitchen pictures you posted. Like the kitchens too.

    4.26.13
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  22. LOVE those windows, go for it! (I’ve been wanting one of those giant industrial roll-up windows off the back of our house…) And have fun with your reno! So exciting…I’m in the middle of redoing the bedroom, it’s such fun!

    4.26.13
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  23. Dejhana wrote:

    All those clean lines are gorgeous. Just stunning.
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    4.26.13
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  24. Amazing houses!! Love the windows!!

    xxx
    Naomi
    http://www.bonnieclydemarni.com

    4.27.13
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  25. Shelley wrote:

    These windows all look fabulous! Good luck with the reno!
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    4.27.13
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  26. these are so gorgeous! i cant decide which picture i like best.

    4.28.13
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  27. Jurgita wrote:

    Interior inspirations… I really need them right now, looking por the perfect dining table…

    http://www.afterout.com/

    4.28.13
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  28. Maux wrote:

    As an architecture student I’m equally passionated about this theme as you are.
    I recommend you take a look at Bauhaus architecture: it very often incorporates large surfaces of glass with steel frames that are very similar to the ones you described.
    Here’s an example from the Bauhaus building (Dessau) as designed by Walter Gropius: http://www.you-are-here.com/europe/fenster.jpg. I love the detailing: some parts open and revolve and others do not.

    4.29.13
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  29. notsurebut wrote:

    Crittall make the types of windows you are looking for.

    5.1.13
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  30. Jennifer wrote:

    Great photos!

    5.26.13
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  31. Brace Lake wrote:

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    7.1.13
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  32. The chair in outside, in the 5th image is not wicker. It is powder-coated steel. From Italy and runs $11,000.

    3.16.14
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  33. mina wrote:

    I am in montreal quebec – looking for industrial windows. Where are you located? Do you know where I can find them here?

    Thank you
    mina

    2.10.16
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  34. Carol wrote:

    I am in the process of hunting for these very windows! I want to incorporate them into a new home.
    However, they are very difficult to find the actual window ideas that are pictured on Pinterest. Many internet sites
    are for European companies, only a few U.S. None are close to my home. And the price tag is big, so be prepared.
    I am continuing to look. Most of the popular window companies have not “caught up” to this trend yet.

    6.24.16
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