Thursday, December 19, 2013

Get the Look: Industrial Interiors


It’s time for another hot trend alert: industrial interiors! Ancient warehouse districts around the country are being resuscitated and turned into beautiful residences, coworking spaces, restaurants and more. This is a great look to emulate in your home, office or business.

With industrial interiors you’ll notice a lot of exposed brick, walls and pipes as well as industrial accessories and furniture. Here are some of the best examples from around the web:

Open Pipes:

http://www.architectureartdesigns.com/33-open-pipes-in-industrial-interior-designs/
http://www.architectureartdesigns.com/33-open-pipes-in-industrial-interior-designs/
http://rooms.ge/index.php?go=inter&icat=12
The thought of pipes covering walls and ceilings sounds strange at first, but look how fantastic it can look! They inadvertently provide depth and texture to the room while making the space very unique.

Exposed Brick

http://myindustrialinterior.blogspot.nl/2013_01_01_archive.html
http://aratorp.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2013-04-30T13:51:00%2B02:00&max-results=40&start=33&by-date=false&m=1
http://myindustrialinterior.blogspot.com/    
I absolutely love the look of exposed brick. Like open pipes, brick walls can make a room look so rustic and eclectic!

Industrial Accessories


http://mccrayandco.tumblr.com/post/33325844082/aros-jaffa-restaurant-by-bk-architects
http://blog.notonthehighstreet.com/category/inspiration/    
http://archello.tumblr.com/post/35119142567/stunning-interior
I normally wouldn’t see old filing cabinets and think they’d spruce up a space, but if it’s an industrial interior, absolutely! Old metals, worn wood and weathered fabrics look really great in industrial spaces. 

High Ceilings


http://interiii.com/2013/04/cello-bar-design-by-lime-studio/    
(This space has just about everything listed above, all in one room!)

https://clothandgoods.com/gallery.php
http://assemblydesignstudio.com/ 
In order to have an industrial space you don’t need to have high ceilings, exposed brick and pipes and industrial furniture. You can just mix and match a couple and you’ll have yourself a beautiful place to call yours.

Have you seen any industrial spaces that really stand out? I’d love to hear about them!











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  2. We're seeing lots of great industrial-inspired lighting lately: exposed bulb, schoolhouse pendants like that cool green one you showed here--it's an intriguing look and an easy way to bring a touch of industrial into your home, no matter where you live.

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