Urban Industrial Furniture and Interiors
The industrial interior design style is characterized by concrete floors, brick walls, exposed wooden beams and pipes, unfinished paint, rustic wood, and earth finishes. Mix it with some rustic style furniture and urban shiny surfaces and you will get the trendiest look of the state. Some industrial elements but tempered by smoother finishes such as gray sand cabinets and whitewashed wardrobes with ornaments in polished natural brass. It creates a careful balance between industrial style and refined elements with the aesthetic appeal of rustic furnishings and colors that blend in country style.
Bookcase with vintage industrial wrought iron doors in aged rustic natural wood, an old door placed in a coffee table, and an ultra-modern cooking range with a serious look brings industrial style to this house in Miami.
Soft green walls, fresh and clean white finishes, and beams and natural wood floors this home in Northern California has both industrial and chic elements. Vintage screens and inspiration from commercial kitchens, steel appliances give the angular statement. An aged white wardrobe with brass medallions and arched doors soften the appearance.
English Home Features
This English home features a wonderful mix of traditional, industrial and modern style. The magnificent headboard of the antique doors, the console tables in reclaimed wood, the sophisticated lighting fixtures and the upholstered sofas in soft style give a design style.
Clean lines of the old console of the door cupboard and multi-patina wood, soft lights and reflections of rusty iron characterize this New York dining space. The simple and structured solid teak wood, aged perfectly and naturally in difficulty, commands a unique presence and completes the ivory tones of the walls. Simple iron chairs, an industrial touch blends with the rustic farmhouse. A bowl of fruit made from old bread trays used by tribal farmers brings conscious contact.
Mirrored glass in huge arches, a design concept that magnifies the space, softened by elegant mid-century architectural artifacts, some carved with horses and others with floral designs in contrast with the capitonné sofa, the rug with geometric motifs and soft curtains in transparent fabric. Bring the flavor of the country house with refined urban love for modern aesthetics in this downtown Atlanta sunroom with an oxcart bench.
The restored architectural aspect of the barn door and 18th century columns, A mantle created from the remains of arches, the old wood softened by curtains made with vintage saris, layered bed linen and natural lamp gives the space industrial a silence. The ocher coffee table in difficulty with a matching vintage patinated furniture placed in the living room and the rigid black lamps completes the design
by Manoj Chandok