Industrial décor relishes the fact that hard-working, functional pieces don’t have to be relegated to the inner guts of a place; instead, those components, exposed for all the world to see, ARE the style. This includes exposed pipes and ductwork as well as the hard-working “bones” of furniture.
We really can’t discuss industrial décor without mentioning the material that, in and of itself, illustrates the essence of industrial style – concrete. Whether used on floors, walls, furniture, , accessories, or wherever, concrete is as straightforward industrial as it comes. After all, very few warehouses or commercial sites would have had floors if it weren’t for concrete.
True industrial décor will likely involve plenty of mixed material pieces featuring both raw wood and . This makes sense when one considers the transition into an industrial age, where wood lay the foundation and heavy metal objects came along to maximize efficiency and accuracy (and longevity) within the working processes. Metal brackets, tubes, and wires mix seamlessly and beautifully with worn, pocketed, or otherwise natural-appearing wood.
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