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5 Ideas For Mixing Industrial And Classical Visuals

Industrial and classical – sounds uncanny and impossible, right? You’re probably wondering how can someone take the classy elegance of the classical style and merge it with the warehouse aesthetic of the industrial look. Well, it’s not only possible, but it can be successfully done. Want to know how? Let’s take a look:

 

1. Greys with a splash of gorgeous jewel rust

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The industrial style is renowned for its grey tones in cement-like textures, while the classical style is known for its austere aesthetic and tufted furniture. This sleek living room interior design with its grey accented media wall and rust-hued jewel toned tufted sofa is the perfect compromise between the two styles. Both contrast and complement each other perfectly.

 

2. Casual vs. upscale

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Here’s where the real contest between the industrial and classical style happens: the former is the epitome of casual and low-brow while the latter is all about bringing in an upscale vibe. Take a look at this dining room interior design; it features the best of both worlds. The casual dining table set is perfectly industrial while the classy drop chandelier hanging directly over it brings in the best of classical.

 

3. Blending sleek and rough-hewn

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The warehouse inspirations of the industrial style have a very rough-hewn aesthetic while the classical style is all about the sleek and sophisticated. However, this kitchen captures the duality of both these styles perfectly. While the feature wall has the stone and cogs façade that’s characteristic of the industrial style, the sleekness of the kitchen countertops balances with the classical aspects really well.

 

4. Preferring one over the other

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While it’s always the main goal of a designer to strike that perfect 50-50 goal when combining two styles, sometimes, it is inevitable to give precedence to one over the other. In case of this kitchen, the industrial style is clearly dominant while the classical style has been used for simple accenting. Choose the dominant one according to your preference.

 

5. Bedcovers changing the ambiance

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The bid for classical vs. industrial is clearly very apparent in this bedroom interior design. Its articulation is also very obvious, but it works really well. The plush duvet and covers emulate a timeless classical elegance within this bedroom, which contrasts really well with the grey theme of the rest of the home.

 

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