The grunge style emulates a cocktail of shabby chic, gritty and distressed surfaces to give a ‘lived in’ and comfortable look to an interior design. It is quite a popular style, and was evolved from the genre of fashion design. The Letz Interior design team took the basics of the grunge movement and artfully translated them successfully in a beautiful home interior design setting. Let’s take a look at how it can be accomplished!
1. Choosing the right colors
The grunge look is characterized by dark, almost dirty colors that have been used in a trendy and stylish fashion throughout the space. The Letz Interior team has used a combination of grainy oak wood textures with a muddy brown with black trimming to properly emulate the grunge vibe. The skillful combination of colors and lighting make for a truly attractive interior design.
2. Using geometry
The color scheme is the major defining aspect of the grunge style. But it can seem a little monotonous and boring if you’re very straightforward with its design. So you can use geometry to spice up the aesthetic. You can even use contrasting colors like white and gold to introduce a nice trimming in the overall design.
3. Fabric Selection
Fabric selection is very important when you’re emulating the grunge style in your home interior design. You cannot be very tactile with the fabric texture, or it’ll start looking muddy. Similarly, you cannot be too soft with the choice of fabric. It has to be just right – maybe a contrasting combination between light and dark like the couch in this particular grunge style interior design.
4. In the bath
Interpreting the grunge style in a bathroom setting can be very challenging. But you can definitely do it successfully. The Letz Interior design team has used a clever combination of the right colors, textures and lighting to create a truly attractive look. The undertones of shabby and distressed in the whole setting truly appeal to the eye. The tea has done a marvelous job in capturing the rough edges of the whole style in a small space.
5. Getting sleeker
While the rough edges are definitely an important part of the grunge style, it is crucial that you let an undercurrent of contemporary also trickle in your grunge style aesthetic. You can do so by using modern materials in the grunge color palate. You can also introduce clever lighting interventions to get the desired end result. The Letz Interior team did a unique and marvelous job in capturing the grittiness of this aesthetic in a contemporary setting!