For many years, design lovers included a few industrial items in their homes because it’s their favourite style. Accessories like an old fashioned iron or a wood industrial drafting table, an adjustable wood and steel stool and even a weathered metal mirror are very common out here. Nowadays it´s not difficult to find industrial items due to the fact that they are everywhere as the trend toward Industrial Chic continues to rise.
As we can see in Tidbits&Twine desk in the master bedroom consists of a rustic iron and wood drafting table paired with a trumeau mirror and French-inspired chair!
Industrial is a design style that finds beauty in aged, utilitarian design. It’s aged woods and worn textures mixed with forged or welded metal. Tin, aluminium, iron, steel are all used in the Industrial design so long as they have a matte finish and little hint of patina. This tendency is getting more popular inside the home interior design trends!
The aspect is simplistic and fresh with a focus on function, which confers it to look a bit more macho than other design styles. Plus as Lisa Frederick, a subscriber at Houzz, shows out, Industrial didn’t originally start as a “style” but rather, was a representation of workday life!
Industrial Chic accomplishes as either an all-encompassing design style or just a small design element mixed with another style. Even if you’re not 100% committed to Industrial Chic as a design style, you can still incorporate a bit of this look through a few individual Industrial items. Don´t forget to use some industrial lighting features as well!
The charm of industrial design is that it’s timeless, open-minded, mild and natural. Given this, you can mix individual Industrial pieces in with any other type of design style! Perfect for your home decor ideas.
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