Because the style itself began in the large, cavernous spaces inherent in warehouses and packing plants, replicating industrial style into your own home will require a similar feel. An open floor plan is the optimal layout for an industrial style foundation. You can achieve this feeling, even in small spaces, by editing the number of pieces in the space, keeping windows bare, and simplifying the space’s overall aesthetic.
Similarly, details of smaller pieces that are indicative of metalwork also display excellent industrial décor. The bent-metal-lip of these planters, for example, is a subtle nod to industrialism without being overt or all-encompassing.
Another strategy for achieving the mixed wood-and-metal aesthetic is to group wood objects with metal ones, as was done in this industrial-style dining area. The effect, when they are paired together, is the same.
Bolt heads surround the perimeter of in a no-frills, no-apologies table. Notice how the casters make it easily functional for dining, serving, or entertaining in a variety of spaces.
Elements such as metal accents oxidized by time, big shelves and are resurfaced here in a design with urban appeal and with an overall look that’s rough but elegant. The LOFT kitchen only includes the essentials and this makes it really practical and space-efficient.
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