Best Ways To Implement Industrial Style: Edgy & Elegant

In a way, an Industrial style can be a tall, dark and handsome man; meanwhile, it can be moody, slightly organic as well as a style which captures the turning point of the design world. If you are going to apply Industrial style to your home, let’s read this article to collect enough inspiration before you really kick start to renovate!

 

 

 

1. Tall, dark wooden surfaces

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There’s a unique sort of wooden texture that is used in all industrial style interior designs. Its distressed texture and unique aesthetic are very relevant to the industrial theme. This is why many designers apply it on a large scale to get a raw, industrial effect in interior designs. Wardrobe cupboards and kitchen laminates are the foremost applicants of this specific texture.

 

 

 

2. A dark, edgy color scheme

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Color scheme is always very important to rightly interpret the industrial style. It cannot be light and breezy. It has to be dark and gritty in order to capture that aura of revolution this style strives to capture. So greys – light, dark, medium – are the go-to theme. Of course you can contrast them with more vivid colors like burgundy and browns, but always make sure that these are used in moderate amounts.

 

 

3. Lights and fixtures

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This particular interior has managed to perfectly capture the essence of industrial style interior design lighting. It features track lights that wonderfully accent the elegant feature wall and create an overall moody aura that makes the atmosphere look especially charming. The gold emission of the lighting is also a factor in making the ambience even more standout.

 

 

 

4. Chalk boards

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Chalk boards have become a permanent fixture in many contemporary industrial interior designs, though they initially didn’t used to be. They’re incredibly fun to work with, and can either take up a small side wall, or become an entire feature you can doodle on. This interior manages to balance out all the industrial style requisites in the best possible way.

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