8 Of The Best Industrial-Style Homes
Our roundup of our best industrial-style homes is clear proof that there are different ways to do this trend, whether you have a house or a condo
If you think that the industrial-style trend means that you have to go for upcycled wood and bare concrete, then you're wrong, because there are many variations of the popular style out there. Here are some of our best examples:
Brick as a feature
A brick wall is an essential feature to an industrial-style home. Interior designer Erika Uichanco laid bricks on just one side to create an accent wall to this trendy but cozy bachelor-pad-within-a-home.
Bare concrete finishes are part and partial to industrial interiors, but this concrete kitchen wall is done well, as it is tempered by sleek, black cabinets and subway tiles.
This condo unit uses reclaimed wood but in a neat and sophisticated way as accent features to an entertainment wall; and as a headboard.
Ever dreamed of using your favorite cafe as design inspiration? The designers at Distinct Identity did exactly that by creating a cool bar area with warm wood and factory-style lighting.
Palochina and metal
Architect Alistair Sadie created layers of materials and texture with palochina (pine wood), metal, concrete, and vertical gardens to complete one of our most-loved industrial homes.
Is it possible to create a sophisticated and slightly feminine-inspired industrial home? Interior designer Cathy Cena proves it is possible with this elegant home of mocha shades and designer furniture paired with subtle industrial-style details.
Interior designer Rod Lacano pared down this condo unit to the barest essentials with neatly hidden storage units.
Can industrial-style homes be eclectic? Check out this richly layered condo unit, which has the standard industrial features of brick walls coupled with chandeliers, exotic rugs, and artwork.
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