In the last years got industrial designs made a splash in the world of interior design. The so-called industrial style, which aims to bring back the lost time of mechanical ingenuity to the interior, is ideal for someone who appreciates rough, unfinished interiors. If you like the images of barn conversions and urban lofts, which are constantly published in various interior design magazines, then the following five ideas of industrial style are just for you. We have researched and the results are presented here.
Brick walls can often be seen in the interior in industrial style
Building systems open:
In an old industrial building you can create a cozy ambience
How did the industrial style in the interior come about?
In old factory buildings and smaller factories, the electrical and water pipes and air conditioners were mostly exposed. Since these spaces had to fulfill purely functional tasks, people did not have to hide these structural elements. Although designing a sewer and water pipe in a modern home would not be a good idea, you can still draw inspiration from these elements. For example, you can incorporate eye-catching cables and tubes into your kitchen, or create a table with galvanized tube legs. Open shelves and storage areas also play a major role in creating an industrial feel that you express in your own home.
Weathered wood is in demand in the industrial style
Gray, weathered wood can be an excellent design element
H Oil-based furnishings and floors, which are still seen in most industrial buildings, bear signs of wear and tear due to excessive consumption and harsh environments. This look, now recreated in your home, evokes a nostalgic feeling. You can buy old wooden furniture in your local flea market. Old wooden floorboards can also be paired well with paneled walls, and old doors and window frames can be transformed into new bedheads, interesting wall hangings, tables and real feats. All you need is a bit of creativity.
Industrial Style - expose brick walls
Open brick walls can bring a strong dose of romance into your interior
Which elements are typical for the industrial style?
This is maybe that most striking industrial element that you can add to your home in the style you want. Although it is a great idea to expose some or all of the brick walls at home, in modern homes this is no longer or not always well-regarded as architectural design. However, this should not prevent you from using stones in your interior. The best way to frame the entrance or the fireplace.
Simple decor in industrial style combined with a romantic flair in pink
4. Concrete, concrete and more concrete ....
In a mills, workshops and factories, it was common to use concrete for the building structure and flooring. Due to its longevity, strength and affordability, concrete played a major role in the period of industrial progress of the 19th century. A stained concrete floor brings a terrible feeling in your four walls, but if you do not want to use this material as a floor covering, use simple home accessories such as flower pots, buckets or concrete tables.
Concrete walls are something typical in industrial style
Lighting fixtures in industrial style
Bring a little romance into the industrial interior
Do you remember the industrial pendant lights that lit the old factory buildings? Their porcelain and cast aluminum lampshades looked gorgeous. So there is no reason not to put it back on display in your house. Today, there are thousands of modern lamp designs that mimic the look of old-style fixtures in industrial spaces. Just choose a large pendant that suits your budget and suit your tastes and hang it in the hallway, across the foyer or in the living room above the dining table to create a feeling as though you were walking through an industrial area. That's romantic, right?
A romantic love nest in the industrial style
Romance, eclectic and industrial style in one
Modern interior in industrial style
Decorated with attention to detail
The lighting is particularly important in an industrial environment