This is a true industrial space. What you can learn from it is how to arrange an open space, and you can also pull ideas like exposed brick and beams.
Consider adding wood and metal chairs. These vintage industrial hightop chairs here add scads of personality to this eating area.
Aluminum stools do the trick as well. The contrast between the pristine white kitchen and the stools keeps things interesting.
Recycle and Reuse! This detail is from a wonderful repurposed old door on a track. It's the perfect example of rusted and crusted.
Vintage metal bakers racks, library shelves, school desks and tables, shelves, can often be found at surplus stores and sales. After seeing this picture you should look at those seeminly boring items with new eyes.
Spread out your industrial items - The Old Painted Cottage knows how to rock some rusted and crusted items. Learn editing lessons from her, or else your crib will start to look like Sanford and Sons. The next thing you know, Hoarders will be calling.
Show off your utilitarian items. Here, big metal fireplace tools become sculptures.
I am pretty obsessed with ABMWOOD and all of their beautiful woods that they repurpose in all sorts of great ways. Here it is the beams that they reused. Also, those custom made industrial iron windows are TDF. Check out some more gorgeous windows like these at House Beautiful dot com - search "Jill Brinson" and the story will come up.
I feel like I saw this in an '80s Grace Jones video. In a good way.
PRESERVE OLD BUILDINGS! This might be my very favorite exterior shot on Houzz...
...Check out how gorge those doors are from the inside...
...it still seems like you could slide the furniture over and pull the carriage into this joint, doesn't it?
Let the industry carry into the bathroom. I love the look of this large sink and stark mirror/spotlight combination.
Consider all materials. These gabion walls are a nice combination of rural and industrial styles.
Think about industrial materials for your exterior. This is one extreme example...
...or just a small gesture, like these chimneys, can add the right dose of industry.
Not all industrial style is rusty and crusty; rather, it's futuristic. Doesn't this almost look like a creature that would give you a retinal scan from "Minority Report"? I totally love it!
Sometimes a peeling-paint wall can add huge amounts of character to a space. It's funny, the industrial space peeling paint reminds me of 500 year old peeling Italian walls in Venice.