Industrial decor is super popular for bachelors’ pads, for masculine spaces and today you can see more other styles paired with industrial touches to give a slight texture and interest to them.
You can mix contemporary, vintage, rustic and many other styles with industrial touches to get a very cool interior with a character. What are the ways to add an industrial feel to the space?
One of the easiest forms of having a sleek industrial appeal is by having exposed brick. Bringing exposed bring to your home might not be easy, but it sure will make a huge difference and effort.
An exposed brick wall, ceiling or several walls will add much texture and character to the space, whatever it is – a living room or a bathroom.
Reclaimed wood can give not only an industrial but also a rustic feel to the space, which means getting a cozier and more welcoming interior. You can clad a wall or several walls, your ceiling and make a matching floor to create a stylish look with a warming up feel. Use reclaimed wood throughout the house – it looks cool everywhere but keep in mind that using it in wet areas like bathrooms should be done with a special finish.
Exposed pipes and exposed metal in decor is a truly industrial idea to go for. Show them off! Skip not only the idea of hiding the pipes but also paint them in bold shades to make them stand out even more. You can also include metal doors, countertops and many other surfaces done in metal for a stylish look.
One more easy idea to add an industrial touch to your space is going with furniture – just a shelving unit or a sofa on pipe legs with wheels will add a stylish industrial feel. Such an option doesn’t require installing, it won’t cost you much if you can DIY this furniture, so it might be the easiest way to bring some industrial character to the space. Get inspired by various options below!
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