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Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

By using recycled wood, careful proportions and by keeping the old time outbuilding intact, this home looks like it belongs in its long settled pioneer neighborhood, while at the same time it promises to have some surprises inside. Initially it reflects a feeling of a comfortable old farmhouse with a big farmhouse kitchen, but the polished stainless steel appliances and rangehood counter being too old fashioned. The visible conduits, ducting, and industrial lights echo an industrial loft, and the bricks and flooring support the loft imagery. The floors were salvaged from a Midwest sewing factory and seriously rubbed down and scraped by the homeowner.

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Industrial modern kitchen with stainless appliances. Industrial Lighting

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Reclaimed brick wall in dining area. Custom built bookcase built into the side of the stairs. Hardwood is reclaimed wood with metal trim. Exposed conduit with cages and LED for lighting. Photo credit Scott Zimmerman

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Reclaimed brick wall in dining area. Custom built bookcase built into the side of the stairs. Hardwood is reclaimed wood with metal trim. Exposed conduit with cages and LED for lighting. Photo credit Scott Zimmerman

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft

Pioneer Style Meets Industrial Loft