This characteristic of industrial décor can be applicable to a variety of design styles, but that doesn’t make it any less pertinent to an industrial space. Think: salvaged pieces, quirky content, and/or black and white photos to continue the space’s crisp, functional appeal.
Furnishings that successfully inhabit an industrial styled space are pared down, fundamental, no-nonsense pieces. Clean lines and simple forms are a must. Of course, you may love the style but haven’t an inclination to perch solely atop hard metal stools for the rest of your life – that’s okay. Although industrial style embraces bare-bones, it doesn’t mean comfort is excluded altogether. Just keep padded, upholstered pieces simple, without excess frills or adornment.
This coffee table showcases how casters, even in various sizes, can infuse a piece with industrial appeal but serve a questionable amount of genuine usefulness. (But really, who cares if it looks great?)
Similar to the caged lighting tendencies of industrial décor lighting fixtures are any bulbous or metal-heavy lighting units that look like they belong in a warehouse…in the best, most complimentary of ways.
The LOFT kitchen leaves plenty of room for customization. For example, the units/ cabinets come in four different sizes and their doors can feature three different textures. They include the cooking and washing equipment.
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