Vintage industrial style is one of the biggest trends in interior design, and almost anything can be salvaged: wood, glass, metal and more. And as the world has realized that recycling and reusing pre-loved pieces is not only a virtue but also a necessity to save our planet, living with eclectic vintage industrial furniture is absolutely en vogue.
Every room of the house can be imbued with a vintage industrial style, so today we decided to give you some tips on how you can add this style to your home decor in every single space.
Industrial style kitchens have lately gained popularity due to the rise of the modernistic industrial interior design trend. Following the characteristic features of this particular interior style, they, too, tend to display and involve industrial-style elements and materials, such as brick walls, exposed pipes, bleached wooden beams, wall-mounted rails, and various metallic items.
One of the strongest vintage industrial influences you can have is the in the habitation of a converted industrial building. Those windows, the brickwork, and high ceilings make us think this is a converted warehouse. The interior follows suit with hard materials like that glass door and partition but softens things up with a cushy rug and comfortable chair.
Stardust Floor is a Mid-Century Modern revolving lamp inspired in stellar orbits. Feel attracted by its harmony and beauty as if you were following the constellations at night.
Industrial designed bathroom are very popular these days. Use rough materials and leave the pipes visible. On the wall use concrete material, visible bricks or wood. You can put modern sanitary with vintage furniture or modern furniture with vintage sanitary.
Charles wall ﬁxture of nickel plating spreads enchantment and charm everywhere it goes. A ﬁne decorative piece with a great visual effect.
We so often find ourselves taking inspiration from hotel rooms when it comes to the bedroom. But who wouldn’t love the look of this bedroom, which is furnished almost entirely with refurbished antiques? Check out that adjustable bedside lamp, the old telephone, iron bed frame, and raw materials of the ceiling and floor. It’s all set off just-so by the black-painted wall at the bed head.
Like the inﬂuential Jaco Pastorius jazz composer but also a gifted electric bass player, Pastorius wall sconce revives the 70’s design aesthetics with a dual character.
Industrial is traditionally all about hard work and puts the right mood across when you’re gearing up for another day of good ol’ hard work. The vintage aspect of it makes sure that the work side isn’t too harsh, by giving a flavour of nostalgia and informality. This mix gives the best casual yet work-inspiring office décor any home worker could wish for.
Billy is a luxurious retro desk lamp ideal for side tables and ofﬁce desks. This industrial lamp is highly functional, since its extendable arm can be adjusted into the desired position.
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