6 Industrial-Style Homes That Give Us Too-Cool-For-School Vibes
Open spaces. Exposed brick walls. Reclaimed wood and other raw materials. There’s just something about industrial-style homes that are effortlessly cool.
If you’re a fan of the industrial aesthetic, check out these 6 industrial-style home designs we’ve curated for you below.
1. This Gorgeous Industrial-Style Home With High Ceilings
If you have the luxury of having high ceilings in your apartment, this automatically makes your home a great candidate for the industrial aesthetic.
Remember, it’s all about the raw, rustic look – think exposed lighting and beams and concrete floors.
2. This Industrial-Style Home With A Brick Feature Wall
Brick walls are pretty common, but if you really want to nail the industrial look, ask your ID for a customized distressed brick wall.
The goal is to “distress” the brick so it gets the aged, worn look that’s all the rage in industrial-style homes.
3. This Clean, Minimal Industrial-Style Dining Space
Industrial-style homes tend to feature a lot of grey – such as this dining space here.
Personally, we love how the grey elevates the space and makes it look so much more stylish than, say, a basic white and wood-toned colour palette.
4. This Open Industrial-Style Living Room
Open spaces are a key characteristic of industrial-style homes.
This means that industrial-style homes are great for entertaining – your guests can easily flow from the living room to the dining space. Assuming you have an open kitchen, you can interact freely with your guests while prepping food as well.
5. This Too-Cool-For-School Industrial Style Home
This handsome-looking living space home is a textbook example of what industrial design looks like.
Brick walls? Check.
Leather sofa? Check.
Exposed track lights? Check.
Even the bicycle that’s parked near the windows contributes to the look!
6. This Airy, Open Industrial-Style Home
Want to achieve the open look that’s synonymous with the industrial-style aesthetic, but still need to divide your space? You can do this by hacking your walls, and replacing them with glass panels instead.
This works really well for a study, like what you see here.
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