Industrial decoration, which we encounter in stylish restaurants, cafes, offices, and many popular TV series, is a very new addition to our living spaces. It has also caught a more trendy line as home decoration. The industrial style, which is called to transform the old factories and warehouses into living spaces by reorganizing them and giving a marginal air by decorating, is based on not spoiling the atmosphere of the space. It aims not to paint walls, to show concrete and even to repair broken places.
It offers brick or concrete-looking wallpapers as an option for those who insist on bringing order to the walls. The colors dominating the industrial decoration style are shades of gray, black, and brown. While these dark colors add a gloomy atmosphere to the environment, this is the mood of the industrial style. High and unpainted walls are a must for this style.
The fabrics of the upholstery used to consist of linen, burlap, cotton fabrics, and leather furniture. There is never room for bright colors and bright fabrics in this style. Likewise, using colorful and chirpy materials for accessories will keep you away from the industrial line. Metal and wooden accessories are the right choices.
You can choose plants with large green leaves without flowers to add air to the environment. Long pile carpets and rugs will provide a warmer atmosphere of the environment. You can use concrete or stone on the floor. If you want warmer weather, you can choose wooden flooring.
High ceilings, metal pipes, unpainted walls stand out as indispensable elements of industrial design. If you decide to apply this style in your home, you should try not to hide such building features.
Metal, wood, wood, and concrete are abundant in industrial decoration. Accessories made of these materials are among the defining elements of the decoration.
You can use a panel, a writing-patterned table or fabric as accessories on the walls. You can get a different decoration by painting the boards and cabinets with chalkboard paint.