Creating an Industrial Style in Your Home
- Start with a neutral color palette
Industrial style is all about showcasing the beauty of raw and unpolished materials. To achieve this look, start with a neutral color palette. Think shades of gray, black, white, and brown. These colors will provide a simple backdrop that allows the industrial elements in your home to shine.
- Use raw and natural materials
To create an industrial look in your home, it's important to use raw and natural materials. Think exposed brick, concrete floors, and metal accents. These elements will add a raw and rustic touch to your space, making it feel more industrial. For example our new range 'Teca', which is made of teak wood. The combination with metal gives a sturdy and industrial look.
- Mix textures
Industrial style is all about mixing textures. To achieve this look, combine different textures in your space. For example, pair a metal coffee table with a plush sofa or a concrete floor with a cozy rug. Mixing textures will create a layered and interesting look in your home. Use for example industrial rug Julia, wich has a vintage look and can perfectly combined with a leather sofa.
- Add metal accents
Metal accents are a staple of industrial style. Look for metal accents in your furniture, decor, and lighting. Think steel, iron, and copper. These accents will add a touch of industrial style to your home, while also providing a sleek and modern look. For example the armchair Peter, which is the perfect combination of leather, with metal armrests.
- Use industrial lighting
Industrial lighting is an important element of industrial style. Look for lighting fixtures with exposed bulbs or metal shades. These fixtures will add a raw and edgy touch to your space, while also providing plenty of light. Use a tripod floor lamp to point out the vintage side of the interiour, for example tripod lamp Pesaro.
- Accessorize with industrial decor
To finish off your industrial look, accessorize with industrial decor. Look for decor items made from raw materials, such as wood, metal, and concrete. Think industrial-style clocks, wall art, and shelving. These items will add a touch of personality and style to your home. Or combine the shelving with lighting, with for example our new 'Kelan' range.
In conclusion, creating an industrial style in your home is all about showcasing raw and natural materials, mixing textures, adding metal accents, and using industrial lighting and decor. By following these tips, you can achieve a contemporary and edgy look in your home that's sure to impress.