The industrial interior design style is characterized by concrete floors, brick walls, exposed wooden beams and pipes in the ceiling, raw paint, rustic wood and earthy finishes. Mix it with some farmhouse-style furniture and urban polished surfaces and you’ve got the most modern upstate look. A few industrial elements, but toned down by softer finishes like sand gray armoires and whitewashed cabinets with polished natural brass trim. Create a careful balance of industrial style and refined elements with the aesthetic appeal of rustic furniture and colors that blend with the country style.
An industrial-vintage bookcase with wrought-iron doors in rustic aged natural wood, an antique door repurposed as a coffee table, and a no-nonsense, ultra-modern kitchen add industrial flair to this Miami home.
Soft, soothing green walls, crisp clean white trim and beams, and natural hardwood floors, this Northern California home has the elements of farmhouse and industrial chic. Vintage screens and commercial kitchen-inspired stainless steel appliances give it an avant-garde touch. A cabinet in distressed white with brass medallions and arched doors softens the look.
This English house presents a wonderful mix of traditional, industrial and modern styles. Gorgeous antique door headboard, reclaimed wood console tables, sophisticated light fixtures, and soft layered upholstered sofas add designer flair.
The clean lines of the antique door sideboard console and multi-patinated wood, soft lighting, and flashes of rusty iron punctuate this New York dining space. Simple and structured solid teak wood, perfectly aged and naturally aged, has a unique presence and complements the ivory tones of the walls. Simple iron chairs, mixes industrial style with rustic farmhouse. A fruit bowl made from old bread trays used by tribal farmers brings out the conscious connection.
Glass mirrors in huge arches, a design concept that magnifies the space, softened by elegant mid-century architectural artifacts, some carved with horses and others with floral designs that contrast with the tufted sofa, patterned rug and soft drapes in sheer saree fabric Incorporate farmhouse flavor with a refined urban love for the modern aesthetic in this downtown Atlanta sunroom with a bullock cart bench.
The reclaimed architectural salvage look of the s.c. barn door and columns. 18th century, a mantle created from the remains of arches, old wood softened by curtains made from vintage saris, layered bedding and natural lighting give the industrial space a stillness. Distressed ocher coffee table with matching patina vintage cabinet placed in the living room and full black light fixtures complete the look