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Inside A Chic and Vintage Industrial Home Interior423
Are you fascinated by the beauty of industrial interior style? But you also want to reflect your love for vintage charm? If yes, don’t worry!
Vintage industrial is a new thing in the interior design industry. If you want to give your home a vintage industrial makeover, we have rounded up some great and easy ideas to achieve that.
Let’s have a look:
1. Utilize Hidden Space
When it comes to an industrial home interior, the furniture you use should be practical. You can utilize trunks for storing your blankets and throws, ottomans as storage areas, kitchen islands for shelves and cupboards, etc. Thus, with this idea, you won’t ever be short at the storage space.
As shown in this interior style, this home best uses the space beneath the TV unit. The storage cabinets look vintage and fit this industrial interior perfectly.
2. Be Artful
Bring in the chic and vintage charm to your walls using vintage signs, wall decals, and letter art to your industrial design. If you are using vintage marquee lights, make sure you choose something pretty and practical.
Choose marquee lights that fit and complement your kid’s bedroom theme. You can choose, as shown in this design, industrial lights or industrial-style family name letters.
3. Wood and Metal Surfaces
One of the most noticeable things in industry-style interiors is wood and metal surfaces all over the home. Earth tones and neutral shades are common and most popular choices in these homes.
You can have wooden tables paired with metallic seating, exposed ducts and pipes, cooking space featuring stainless steel counters, and more. This will create a sophisticated and pleasing feel of a commercial kitchen. This style is truly functional and practical.
These homes incorporate wood and metal combination in kitchen islands and shelves as well. The use of colours such as grey is very common in these styles, as this shade lends a steely and sleek look to the home interior.
4. Exposed Pipes and Ducts
Having raw elements, exposed pipes, and ducts is very common and core to industrial interior designs. The unfinished, raw look has become one of the most sought-after styles in the industry.
Exposed pipes serve as a fabulous addition to all-white walls and space. On the other hand, metallic pipes do well on bright walls and ceilings. Metal on doors and walls is another basic and important feature of vintage industrial design.
For vintage charm to your industrial style, you can incorporate vintage-style art pieces to your home décor, through parts of an old shipwreck.
So with these ideas, you can easily achieve the desired vintage industrial style for your home. So you can follow these ideas and combine it with your own vintage preferences too for achieving a personalised charm in your home interior.
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