You might wonder what industrial style is for interior decorating. It’s a quite popular trend that is inspired by old factories and industrial spaces. It was born because more and more old warehouses, barns, churches, and indutstrial buildings were converted into living spaces in recent years. The style is characterized by utilitarian surfaces, stripped-back architecture and salvaged objects. Almost in every industrial interior you’ll find rough weathered wood surfaces, exposed bricks, bare concrete elements, iron pipes and so on. The best thing about it that during a renovating process you can leave some surfaces unfinished and they could become interesting decor elements.
Industrial style furniture
Nowadays you can buy industrial furnitrue from a lot of manufactures. It usually is characterezed by its rustic aesthetics and feature rough mechanical parts, strong angles and bold look. Although when you’re choosing industrial pieces for your interior, don’t hesitate to go vintage too. You can renovate a lot of things from flea markets or even DIY idustrial furniture, lamps and different accessories from scratch. We have several tutorial roundups that might help you with that:
- Those of you who lack of storage space might want to make an industrial shelves and storage racks. Probably this is the most easy kinds of projects we have for you.
- An industrial coffee table might also be not that hard to make.
- In the DIY industrial lamps roundup you’ll find tutorials showing how to make a lamp or a chandalier of pipes and bulbs.
- Probably your bedroom doesn’t have nightstands yet? Metal pipes, rustic wood, rope and usual milk or wine crates could help you to build one. You can also build a bed from pipes or pallets to accompony these nightstands.
- A DIY industrial dining table or a DIY desk are also popular kinds of projects nowadays.
- Besides, we also have plenty of tutorials showing how to make decor objects from copper pipes.
Other thoughts about Industrial interiors
With industrial style big and spacious interiors usually come in mind. That’s why it make sense to go for an open floor plan if you choose it for your interior. It works extremly well in lofts and studios. You can also leave the infrastructure open because it works for this style well. Embrace the rawness and enjoy all these amazing interiors we gathered here to provide you with ideas for your industrial style renovation.