In recent times, no other singular style has made as much impact in interior design over as the industrial style. While we have showcased some amazing industrial bedroom and vintage kitchens in the past, today in our weekly signature “Industrial Talks” we’re going to show you how to create an industrial dining room with a timeless design. Keep scrolling and get inspired.
Brick, Metal, and Wood
In industrial dining rooms, it is necessary an utilitarian approach. In every single space with an industrial style, you see a fabulous blend of contrasting textures. Your industrial style dining room should be no different in its approach to contrasting raw surfaces.
Exposed brick walls are of course a favorite among design lovers since they offer a cozy yet edgy backdrop that sets the tone of the other additions.
Arched metal frame windows, exposed wooden ceiling beams and even untreated concrete surfaces combine beautifully to shape that smart, unique dining room with a debonair industrial flair.
Let there be light!
Lighting plays a vital role no matter what the style of your dining room is, but if you are opting for an industrial style, then it becomes twice as important.
You can use your industrial lighting fixture to usher in a hint of chic, contemporary charm or mid-century modern magic in a dining room that is dominated by an industrial vibe.
Functionality is essential!
A small dining room can pull off the industrial look, but it does require a lot more care. Opening it up towards the living room next to it or the view outside will aid in enhancing the appeal of the room. Keep the use of color to a minimum and pick one dominating texture (brick, metal or concrete) to shape the backdrop.
Industrial-style dining rooms allow you to experiment with decor and accessories far more freely than almost any other style.
A custom-crafted dining table, an eclectic blend of iconic chairs, a splash of unexpected color or even a cloak of natural greenery can completely alter the atmosphere of the dining room and turn a mundane setting into a truly captivating backdrop.
Give it a touch of personality and individuality and let your imagination create its final shape.
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A revival of the mid-century modern design classics, Charles contemporary chandelier is a simple lighting design with a lot of character. It features 20 lampshades, all of them handmade in brass, with perforated details on the top.
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