Updated: May 23, 2020
It’s a popular trend that is inspired by old factories and industrial spaces. Today Industrial style is used in loft apartments, modern homes, and commercial spaces around the world. It’s an environmentally friendly approach to interior design as it encourages the use of recycled wood, brick, metals and other salvaged materials.
The overall look of industrial style should be cool and masculine with unique touches, like large abstract wall art, light fixture, exposed brick, metal structures and other unique objects. This look is perfect for those who like an upscale but unfinished look that is effortlessly cool and low-maintenance with lots of open space.
One signature element of industrial interior design is the presence of features that people typically try to conceal, such as pipes and ducts.
Color-Earth tones and neutrals are popular color choices, consisting mostly of gray, white and black that focus on moody color layers.
Lighting form a critical component in industrial style décor. You can get a single statement piece or opt for a series of dimmer Edison bulbs.
Furniture- Tufted Chesterfield sofa, club chair, rustic coffee tables, casters on furniture can make almost any piece look industrial.
Moldboard by Bernardica, for a modern coffee shop.
Small reception area.
Industrial style bar
Industrial style office building.
Modern industrial living room