Industrial Interior Design Style
You like to have a lot of light in your home and appreciate an epic view. You love to figure out how things work and have a curious mind. You work hard and like to have systems in place. But you are always up for innovation and figure out how to make things function more efficiently. You look to the past for inspiration while moving toward the future. You inspire others to be their best and are a great friend. You take the time to analyze situations and are often a voice of reason.
Design-wise, you may struggle how to make your home feel rooted and modern at the same time. Rust and wear are interesting to you, but you may not know how much is too much. Maybe you are not quite sure how to fill your space without losing the expansive feeling it provides. It might feel a bit cold and are looking for ways to add more warmth and comfort to your home.
The Industrial interior design style originates from factories built during the late 19th century, which were translated into interior spaces within the 20th century. They are typically interiors that consist of raw materials such as, brick, concrete, iron and steel. The industrial style is large and uncluttered spaces that are designed to last years.
This style often includes:
- Brick walls
- Dark metal finishes
- Monochromatic or dark color schemes
You might like:
This nightstand effortlessly blends raw timber and metal to create an industrial yet modern design.
Bring the industrial look into a bathroom with pipe-style hardware, finished in black.
Use light fittings made out of black metal as an accent feature in main living areas or kitchen.
Leather pillows are the perfect way to accessorize.
Interior Design Styles
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