The idea of combining Industrial and Scandinavian home styles is a new one. Matching the natural countenance of a Scandinavian-centric interior design with the edgy look of the industrial style can give a moody, eclectic setting that is extremely unique and daring. Therefore, the Scandustrial style has become a particular client favorite in Singapore. Today, we’ll be featuring 5 classy interior designs for all those who want to embrace their Scandustrial side.
1. The helter-skelter material scheme
A freestyle material scheme is one of the best parts about embracing the Scandustrial side. From the moody vibe of frosted glass and aluminum trimming to the edgy comfortableness of leather and wood floors along with a spunky color scheme all combine together to give a fun, stylish ambience that is hard to get in any other aesthetic.
2. That particular wooden texture
All industrial style interior designs in Singapore feature that one particular mismatched wooden aesthetic that has become characteristic of this style. So when you merge that texture with the plainness of Scandinavian style wooden floors, you end up with a trendy looking ambience that is not only eye-catching but also very comfortable to reside in.
3. Aluminum frames
Despite being one of the best contemporary materials in the market, aluminum rarely ever gets to make a statement aside from the occasional window framing. But the Scandustrial style is an aesthetic that fully appreciates the aluminum aesthetic and used its framing generously. From furniture lets to wall frames and even inbuilt designs, aluminum framing is a ubiquitous feature that makes this style even trendier.
4.The subway tile aesthetic
Not many interior design styles can pull off the zany look of a subway tile backsplash, but the Scandustrial style is definitely one of them. It takes the quirky, glossed over brick-like formation of these tiles and emulates its industrial side to make the overall ambience look edgy and mysterious.
5. In relation to the exposed brick wall
While the exposed brick wall aesthetic in not as common in the Scandustrial style as it is in the industrial one, it still makes an appearance one in a while. However, the overall setting has to be very carefully simulated to bring out the best of this aesthetic. You can use wooden accent walls as highlights along with bold colored accessories as its Scandinavian counterparts.