If you are one of our followers then I am sure you must have come across several interior design styles on our blog itself. But for those who have stumbled upon our site for the very first time, I would like to introduce you to one of the most trending, raw, edgy warehouse look for your living space- Industrial Interior Design.
Developed in the early twentieth century, the industrial interior design were meant to be utilitarian. During the absence of electricity, narrow structures with large windows were built so that work floors could be flooded with natural light. The simple looking architects did not incorporate any frills and were especially designed to facilitate work. After a while, it is assumed that safety concerns had a major influence on industrial architecture, particularly mill factories. As a result, this kind of design discouraged use of attics, recommended flat roofs, which became a staple in no time. Other than this, plain facades were also recommended to avoid any ornamental objects that might hinder fire suppression resulting in providing the unfinished look and feel characterized by exposed bricks, pipes, and ductwork — all features that have become iconic elements of industrial chic design.
Stemming from efficiency and safety, the design is becoming iconic day in day out across the globe. After being successfully implemented by factories and warehouse, they are now finding new life in living spaces, modern dwellings, and events. Staring from the worn flooring, distressed walls, and aged pipes have become well-used prized scars and are loved over the years.
Think of a warehouse a place featuring, worn-out wood flooring brick walls, metal bars exposed from the ceiling. Now can you think of giving the same look to your office or living space? No matter how crazy idea it may seem at first. Speaking of the urban lofts, there is seen an immense growth of incorporating industrial interiors into their condo homes. Besides, it has the certain oomph to it. In fact, certain restaurants/ coffee shops have started using wooden bar tables, bar stools made of steel, and elegant industrial lighting fixtures. Further, I would like to emphasize on the fact stating how every room can benefit from a dose of industrial style.
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