Industrial Modern Home Style

The Industrial Modern Home

Our most current Modern is similar to the early Industrial style but its use of varied materials to add texture elevates it to its own category. By using a variety of elements you might find in a factory, such as corrugated metal, concrete and exposed wood, this look has become increasingly popular in urban settings.
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Essential Style Elements

Industrial Modern homes feature flat roofs with simple forms arranged asymmetrically. Multiple window units are often arranged in rectangular or irregular groupings that benefit interior functions or features.
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Colors & Finishes

Painted exterior finishes are most common in the Industrial Modern style. The color range is quite varied and includes dark colors. For interiors, maple with a clear coat finish is customary. However, other wood species and stains, or painted wood, may also be used.

Industrial Modern colors

Exterior Color Palette

  • ‘Andersen Windows – Choose Color Options: Dark Bronze’
    Dark Bronze
  • WHite
  • ‘Andersen Windows – Choose Color Options: Dove-Gray’
    Dove Gray
  • ‘Andersen Windows – Choose Color Options: Sandtone’
  • ‘Andersen Windows – Choose Color Options: Red Rock’
    Red Rock
  • ‘Andersen Windows – Choose Color Options: Terratone’
  • ‘Andersen Windows – Choose Color Options: Black’

Interior Wood Species

  • ‘Andersen Windows – Choose Wood Options: Pine’
  • ‘Andersen Windows – Choose Wood Options: Maple’

Interior Stain Colors

  • ‘Andersen Windows – Choose Interior Stain Options: Russet’
  • ‘Andersen Windows – Choose Interior Stain Options: Espresso’
  • ‘Andersen Windows – Choose Interior Stain Options: Mocha’
  • ‘Andersen Windows – Choose Interior Stain Options: ClearCoat’
    Clear Coat

Painted Interiors

  • WHite

Hardware Styles

Industrial Modern style window hardware is simple with an emphasis on function. Straightforward hardware that lacks flourishes, or even industrial-looking hardware, would be at home in this style.

Door hardware is treated much the same as window hardware. Minimal hardware is appropriate, although straightforward pieces that are slightly more substantial may also be used.

Casement Windows Contemporary Hardware

Casement Window Hardware

Contemporary folding hardware in Satin Nickel finish


Andersen Windows Patio Door Hardware Styles Gliding Anvers

Anvers® Gliding Door Hardware

Gliding patio door hardware in Satin Nickel finish

Andersen Windows Patio Door Hardware Styles Gliding Tribeca

Tribeca® Door Hardware

Gliding patio door hardware in White finish

Hardware Finishes

  • Andersen Windows Hardware Finishes White
  • Andersen Windows Hardware Finishes Satin Nickel
    Satin Nickel
Pattern Book

More On This Home Style

Pattern books from the Andersen Style Library present quintessential details of the most popular American architectural styles, with an emphasis on window and door design. The result of years of research, they exist to make it easier to create homes with architectural authenticity.
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