Contemporary Industrial – The Art of Free Styling Space
The contemporary style is far from straight laced and ergonomical. Even when it leans towards the modern style, there is still a bit of flair to a contemporary setting that creates a world of difference while designing for that particular theme. But when you combine the logistics of a contemporary style interior setting for those of an industrial setting, the end result could be quite an alluring combination. While industrial design works on earthy tomes and structural expression, contemporary design is all about highlighting the dual dynamics of design that sets the contemporary interior apart. An expert combination of both can result in the creation of an ambiance that is not only visually captivating, but also simple to design – where in the allure lies in the simplicity of its design. Both styles are as far apart as they could be on the modern design spectrum, but in an era of hybrid design creations, experimenting with bold, individualistic style is nothing out of the norm. So keeping all that in mind, today, we’ll be looking at a few contemporary home industrial interiors that set the bar high for many dichotomous interior styles.
Of French Windows and Concreting
This design captures the barebones of industrials and tries to add an industrial flair into the mix. There is something very satisfying about interiors that try to merge the indoors with the outdoors and that may as well be the contemporary effect of this particular interior, along with the brightly colored, retro style fixtures and accessories that are sporadically and meticulously spread around the interior, giving it a classy appeal.
Of Swing Sets and Gold Lighting
The swing set may as well be the stand out feature of this particular design scheme – not only is it visually appealing, but its color scheme and design play in contrast with the rest of the earthy tones of the design. It makes the rigid aspects of the rest of the interior a bit more playful with its meticulous amalgamation into this scheme.
A dash of pop
This interior scheme manages to set itself apart by incorporating a bit of retro in the form of contemporary and playing it cool by contrasting with the earthiness of the industrial half of this interior scheme.
Sleek and Funky
This particular interior scape mixes a contemporary color scheme with an industrial one. There is something very refreshing about seeing the combination of bright, funky colors mix in with the down to earth color scheme of the industrial palate.
Style and aura
Although the color palate of this interior is definitely leaning more towards the industrial side, it is the conceptualization of the fixtures lighting and furniture that move this setting towards the contemporary scheme – brilliant take on product design.