There’s something quite homely about wooden floors, rustic iron piping and brick walls, right?
Industrial interior design is definitely something not to be missed, read this post on how to get your home looking more industrial with our industrial styled living room design ideas.
So, what is Industrial interior design and why do you need to get on it?
Industrial interior design is all about diving into the vintage and rugged past. The industrial style is modernising the warehouse look into your own home. We’re talking cool raw and unfinished decor finished with space, wood and lots of plants.
There are so many different ways to bring industrial interior design ideas to life in your living room. Industrial living room designs use materials like hanging Edison bulbs, exposed ductwork, pipes, oak victorian skirting boards, unfinished woods, concrete and metal designs and furniture, leather and utilitarian objects. The overall feel is like an old-timey factory setting brought to life in your very own home. If you’re lucky enough to have the space, this design extends to the architecture of big, airy spaces with concrete or brick walls and floor-to-ceiling windows. But let’s break it down to living room design ideas, see below the areas you want to focus on when turning your living room into an industrial masterpiece.
Industrial ideas for the living room
If you’re stuck for designs, below are some common industrial furniture decor thoughts for your living room, watch out for that space!
- Rustic metal furniture
- Pendant lights
- Edison style bulbs
- Murals & bold graphics
- Abstract painting
- Exposed brick walls
- Nesting coffee tables
- Cascading wood and steel bookshelves
- Scandinavian wooden shelving
- Antique coffee tables
- Muted-pattern cushions
Industrial colour schemes – Let’s talk walls
A neutral colour palette is an essential part of the industrial look. When it comes to decorating your living room all things industrial you should think about the colours that are greeting you when you walk in the room on the wall, we’re talking: white, black, grey and browns. A great idea is to have an exposed brick wall effect, whether that is good quality wallpaper or actual brickwork – it is minimalistic but such a bold look.
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