INDUSTRIAL STYLE: IDEAS FOR HOME DECORATION. No matter you do not have a loft, or you live in a studio in New York, you can adapt this interesting style to your habitat. Simply choose the items, furniture and suitable colors to create an atmosphere typical of the big cities very chic.
You may create beautiful interiors combine material like metal, wood, concrete and glass to invent a look that’s one part edgy and one part chic. And these furnishings look even cooler when layered with their opposites: soft upholstered pieces, flowy drapes and personal details.
Texture is important, which is why aged pieces of furniture work so well, as wear and tear, knocks and bumps and even flaking paint can add character.
Pared-back ex-industrial or industrial-looking pieces can look a bit severe on their own, but when teamed with recycled timbers, fine ceramics and a natural palette, the look becomes softer and the beauty of utility basks in the contrast.
Industrial style can be a mixture of factory pieces, farm pieces, even school-style pieces. You don’t have to pick just one. In fact, a mixture is more interesting. For authentic vintage pieces, check out garage sales, the Craigslist listings for your city’s industrial neighborhood, a school or antique shops and flea markets where you will surely find interesting items to decorate.
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