Apartment Therapy recently named the top design style in every state. Although Modern Farmhouse was the top interior design style for the entire nation… in Iowa the INDUSTRIAL INTERIOR DESIGN STYLE was number 1! Of course BY DESIGN works with every one of these styles. But, we do love us some industrial. And apparently, so do many of you!
And here is one thing about industrial: you can go all the way industrial or you can mix a bit in with almost any other style in your room. That is probably the secret in why our designers like it. Industrial has an amazing flexibility to add some interest and zing to a room design.
Industrial is first and foremost about materials. These concrete and chrome tables are so cool and add amazing attitude to this room.
Upholstery pieces are generally where you add some softness and comfort to an Industrial design style room. However, we thought this Ella sofa with its metal frame and cool webbing details was fabulous.
This steel Branson bar cabinet is elegant, yet its industrial look brings it down to earth.
This little Heywood end table brings both the warmth of wood and the industrial design style material of weathered steel into your room.
The pics above and below show the Violet sideboard. Taking a page from modern architecture Violet is an industrial-spirited iron sideboard. It features offset door panes and textural fluted glass for a ribbed, linear look. Ring-pull hardware speaks to design in the details.
Esme bookcase. Slim, gunmetal-finished iron strikes slants and clean angles for eye-catching effect with an architectural twist. Open-air styling offers plenty of storage and display options. Esme’s airy design look doesn’t overwhelm your room space.
The Elena sideboard & hutch blends organic and Industrial design style. Natural mango and gunmetal-finished iron merge for eye-catching contrast. Clean and modern, a spacious hutch brings even more storage to this stylish sideboard.
The Alva end table is just a bit of Art-Deco and Industrial interior design style. In this case Alva can add whimsy and function to your room.
This Simien nightstand once again blends the warmth of wood tones with the industrial design style of a steel frame. This look would be a great one to blend into an Organic Modern style room.
Kennon’s chaise-style seating rests within toasted oak framing and black steel base. It is a sophisticated look with high contrast. The ideal spot for sinking in or stretching out. We just wanted to illustrate how comfortable and appealing the industrial design style can be.
The Basilio console. The is a downright elegant look with industrial design style roots. The airy, black-finished iron forms an open frame. The squared base of polished white marble reflects the suspended shelving of fluted glass. This shows that industrial isn’t just techy and hard. It can be downright beautiful.
You can add your bit of industrial interior design style just by adding accents and accessories. Above is the handsome Hector Task lamp. It’s a great combination of natural steel, bronze, and marble. Very cool.
The Shadowbox Sideboard is the perfect display piece for this collection of natural pottery. Not to mention the vibrant piece of wall art. This is a great lesson in how to use visual composition in your room. The industrial design style of the sideboard contrasts wonderfully with the natural hues of the pottery.
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