It can be said that industrial and neo-classical styles are completely incompatible; however, Letz Interior managed to combine both of them in a single interior design setting with flair and panache.
The industrial style is all about incorporating the edgy vibe of the actual industrial revolution in the space while the classical style is completely contrary. It’s about bringing in the soft, ornate and nostalgic ambience. In this post, we are going to see how Letz Interior merged these two styles in a complementary way. Let's go!
1. Grey-Brown Undertones
The color scheme is always extremely important while you’re designing interiors. Every style has its own representative color scheme. The industrial style has an edgy grey-beige aura while the classical style is always translated with some relation of gold-browns. So the Letz Interior team took a significant part of both these color schemes and merged them together in a single interior. The combined effect is very complementary and accurate at the same time.
2. Trendy Industrial & Classical Accoutrements
Aside from the color schemes, it is important to bring in a major interior design element from both styles into the space. Since furniture is the most obvious way to do that, the Letz design team incorporated the ‘tufted headboard’ to represent the classical aspect and some clean, modern furniture to show-off the industrial style.
3. Working In Edgy Lines
The industrial style is all about clean lines with edgy nuances. They can even make a classical color scheme look decidedly stylish and trendy. So the Letz design team took liberty with this particular element wherever they could not design in full-fledged industrial style ambiance.
4. Backing With Subtle Nuances
When you’re merging two contradicting styles, it is always important to use some subtle, understated themes to emphasize both the aesthetics. The classical parts of the interior have been carefully emulated with soft curves and colors while the industrial style has been incorporated in the backdrop through clean lines and clearly grey undertones to the design.
5. Mixing And Matching Aesthetics
Mixing and matching parts of the aesthetic is always a given when you’re working with two solid themes in a single space. So the edgy vibe of the industrial style and the soft accents of the classical style have been incorporated in varying ways – furniture, lighting, colors, in-built design fixture – with each adding an individuality to the overall design.
6. Hybrid Textures
There are certain textures that represent the hierarchy of every style, and that representation has been used to create distinction in this particular interior. For example, the marble grained media wall is clearly an ode to the classical side. However, the metallic grey are the epitome of industrial.
7. Emphasizing The Sleek
In the end, the team set out to design a truly contemporary interior that featured some dichotomous aesthetics. But ultimately, it is a modern home designed for modern living, so of course there is a special emphasis on bringing out the sleekness. It has been done by using all-modern materials and textures – even in contemporary parts – and make the overall design look absolutely stunning.