industrial Bathroom by Equipe Ceramicas

7 tips to achieving that cool, industrial home

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Industrial style in interior design originated from the abandoned factories in the 19th century that were remodeled for artists and creative professionals who were interested in architecture and open space. Today, people who are keen to industrial style find dwelling in apartments and lofts with rustic finishes as well as exposed construction elements like bricks and pipes. There is appeal to raw and unfinished interior elements like tiles, stones, and worktops. If you are curious on how to incorporate industrial style details in your home, here some useful tips.

Use metal as focal point

industrial Bathroom by Equipe Ceramicas
Equipe Ceramicas

​Evolution Inmetro Dark Grey / Evolution Gris Oscuro 7,5x15

Equipe Ceramicas

The main element of industrial style is metal. It essentially gives character to the whole design concept. Make your bathroom a bit more exciting by including copper to the mix.

Keep it bare

Expose the wear and tear of the wood in the ceiling to give your bedroom the raw, bare, and unfinished industrial feel. Keep the furniture to a minimum and in simplest details to achieve this.

Add eclectic touches

Industrial style does not have to be boring. Toss in eclectic art pieces or linen to make the room look interesting.

Stick to black and grey

Limit your color palette to black and grey. Any diversion in color shoud be kept to a minimum or touches of wood.

Utilize exposed brick

Keep the exposed brick wall the way it is. This adds texture and character to your space.

Repurpose objects

industrial Study/office by Equipe Ceramicas
Equipe Ceramicas

Curvytile Factory Avenue Grey 26,5x26,5

Equipe Ceramicas

Add utilitarian elements into your style. Turn exposed pipes into shelves and crates into side tables.

Pay attention to lighting scheme

To complete the look of your industrial style home, carefully position the lights in the right corners of the room. The lighting will set the mood and tone of the entire house.

Are you excited to include industrial style details in your home? Which one is your favorite? We'd love to hear from you below.
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