The Industrial Style was born because from old barns, warehouses, buildings, and churches recently being converted into flats.
It emphasizes the use of distressed wood elements and
exposed bricks from a turn-of-the-century industrial era.
The modern details twist is the addition of things such as dark colors to accent the wood and metal elements.
To achieve this Industrial Style aesthetic, here are the most common characteristics:
WOOD & METAL COMBOS
A great design option is to complement the industrial elements with sleek,
lustrous metal finishes.
RADIATING LIGHT FIXTURES
High ceilings with dramatic lighting are a major trend.
It’s common to find light globes
hung with wires or even stage lighting in modern industrial designs.
The eye-catching dark color appeal draws your attention to what might have otherwise
been a boring color scheme.
Modern day elements mixed with old industrial aesthetic is a simple way to
incorporate the style.
This catalog is a curated collection of accents and décor
to help you achieve the Industrial Style look.