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Last time we discussed Industrial Style we focused on How To create an Industrial Style Kitchen and we explored the basic rules necessary in creating any Industrial look. Using these tips and incorporating others, we will show how simple it is to create an extraordinary Industrial Style Dining/Living Room that you’re proud to call your own.

Tribeca Loft by Andrew Franz Architect

Tribeca Loft by Andrew Franz Architect

 

  • Industrial Palette think charcoals.

This is one of the basics of the industrial style that really sets the tone. As we continue we will show you how to add color and interest to the room without losing the Industrial style.

The Trastevere Loft by MdAA architects.

The Trastevere Loft by MdAA architects.

The Trastevere Loft  by MdAA architects

The Trastevere Loft by MdAA architects.

The Trastevere Loft by MdAA architects.

The Trastevere Loft by MdAA architects.

The Trastevere Loft by MdAA architects.

The Trastevere Loft by MdAA architects.

 

  • Mix the basics (function & style)

The sunken rooms are a great options for those who love the open concept style. What makes it so perfect? Sunken rooms define areas without the use of walls. This design choice will definitely add points to your style counter. For more info Sunken Rooms: advantages and disadvantages.

Loft Conversion by Egue & Seta

Loft Conversion by Egue & Seta

Loft Conversion by Egue & Seta

Loft Conversion by Egue & Seta

Loft Conversion by Egue & Seta

Loft Conversion by Egue & Seta

Loft Conversion by Egue & Seta

Loft Conversion by Egue & Seta

 

 

  • Industrial pendant fixtures

Stay true to industrial style light fixtures if you feel like you only have small hints of the industrial theme or if you find a unique bold piece. For those with the unmistakable style (brick walls, exposed pipes, electrical and plumbing systems) feel free to go another route.

Loft 002 by Rad Design Inc

Loft 002 by Rad Design Inc

Loft 002 by Rad Design Inc

Loft 002 by Rad Design Inc

Warehouse conversion by developers and designers of urban lofts Benito Escat, Alberto Rovira and interior design studio Minim

Warehouse conversion by developers and designers of urban lofts Benito Escat, Alberto Rovira and interior design studio Minim

Warehouse conversion by developers and designers of urban lofts Benito Escat, Alberto Rovira and interior design studio Minim

Warehouse conversion by developers and designers of urban lofts Benito Escat, Alberto Rovira and interior design studio Minim

 

  • USE EXPRESSIVE ART

Choose pieces that are large, colorful and bold. Flea markets are a fantastic way to find unique pieces at a great price that may require small restoration without breaking the bank.

SF Loft by Wardell + Sagan Projekt

SF Loft by Wardell + Sagan Projekt

SF Loft by Wardell + Sagan Projekt

SF Loft by Wardell + Sagan Projekt

SF Loft by Wardell + Sagan Projekt

SF Loft by Wardell + Sagan Projekt

SF Loft by Wardell + Sagan Projekt

SF Loft by Wardell + Sagan Projekt

 

  • Colorful Carpet or Rug.

To free yourself from a boring home choose a rug that offers color and texture.

Tribeca Loft by Andrew Franz Architect

Tribeca Loft by Andrew Franz Architect

Tribeca Loft by Andrew Franz Architect

Tribeca Loft by Andrew Franz Architect

 

Tribeca Loft by Andrew Franz Architect

Tribeca Loft by Andrew Franz Architect

Tribeca Loft by Andrew Franz Architect

Tribeca Loft by Andrew Franz Architect

 

  • FURNITURE

This follows the same rule as for lighting. If not pronounced enough choose furniture made from simple materials such as wrought iron or weathered wood or go another direction.

Cornlofts Triplex Reconstruction by B2 Architecture

Cornlofts Triplex Reconstruction by B2 Architecture

Paschke Danskin Double Loft by 3SIX0 Architecture

Paschke Danskin Double Loft by 3SIX0 Architecture

Paschke Danskin Double Loft by 3SIX0 Architecture

Paschke Danskin Double Loft by 3SIX0 Architecture

Amsterdam Loft by UXUS

Amsterdam Loft by UXUS

 

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