Industrial design is a style that celebrates appreciates the visual appeal that lies within utilitarian objects, stripped-bare architecture, metal and wood surfaces, and neutral tones. It has an amazing ability to achieve aesthetic balance by juxtaposing sleek and modern with vintage and classic. This design became a trend in the late 2000s with the increasing demand of converting industrial places like warehouses, factories and barns into urban living places. It is quickly becoming a popular design trend increasingly used to style loft apartments, warehouse apartments, commercial spaces and even modern homes. Exposed brick walls, pipes, beams and ducts are a common trait on industrial designs.
They give the place an unfinished, raw edge. Concrete or wooden floors, large windows, and open floor plan are some features of this style. These structural elements are paired with functional and clean furnishings to give a modern look. Wood and metal furnishings along with industrial style lamps and lighting fixtures are another feature of this style. Industrial décor is simple, subtle and sleek. Hence, the colors used in this style are neutral and earthy shades that can form a good base for your room decorations. The decorations can have various shades and accents which can bring color to the place. Vintage furniture and salvaged objects can also be used for decoration.