Industrial style is rather timeless: if you prefer something rough and masculine, if you love reclaimed and weathered wood and metal, this is a style to choose. Today we’re looking at how you can incorporate this style into your kitchen decor.
Colors and styles
Industrial rooms are usually kept in more or less dark colors: graphite gray, dark wood tones, black, navy, etc. In an industrial kitchen, light colors are usually not displayed, unless it is a Nordic and industrial room. You can combine industrial style not only with Nordic, but also with Modern, Modern, Vintage, Rustic, Minimalist and many others for a catchy look. Just add styles of the styles you want or some furniture in those styles and voila!
Another idea to achieve a catchy look is to use different materials that add texture to the room: metal, concrete, stone, marble, tile, brick, weathered and reclaimed wood and many others with different finishes that can be too To match your kitchen decor. You can incorporate them in a variety of ways, from furniture to decorations.
Furniture and decor
An industrial kitchen is a space where you can boldly rock matte and even polished metal cabinets. Concrete countertops will definitely get to the point and you can also try concrete back panels and even cabinets and shelves. Think of brick walls and exposed plumbing. These are characteristic features of the industrial style. If you prefer vintage, go for vintage and shabby chic furniture. If you’re contemporary and minimalist, keep everything stylish and ultra-modern. Accentuate your room with cool industrial style pendant lights and add beautiful vintage industrial stools. Even if it’s a modern space, they’ll get bolder and cooler. Don’t forget about cool artwork or other decorations that can match. Get inspired!
If you are feeling like something really unique, if you love quirky decor and are looking for something like no other, then this roundup is for you! Today I am sharing stunning industrial and steampunk Christmas decorations that are sure to drive your guests crazy. Industrial decor is popping up, so why not rock out at your home and get a trendy look? Let's look at some ideas.
Trees and tree decor
The purchase or manufacture of ornaments is up to you, but such unique items are usually not sold. So get ready to do a lot of tinkering. You can make a number of stunning Christmas tree decorations from hex nuts or gears and decorate your tree. Make a Christmas tree out of piping or pennies, hang mason jar lids, and attach ornaments in them. You can also make a wall version of rusty hardware. Springs can be turned into snowflakes, and the rustier they are, the better. There are many tutorials on the web so it is easy to find more ideas.
Other decorating ideas
Pulleys, wagon wheels, and oversized gears can all be used as the base for a wreath. You can decorate them with greens, flowers, or just spray paint. Make cool candle holders from rusty sources, decorate them with a lot of green, they do not need special decor, such feathers give both a vintage and an industrial feel. Edge, pine cones, twigs can be used for a garland, and bicycle chain or corrugated iron are ideal for making candle holders. Create unique decorations yourself and find the necessary parts for cheap and industrial decor!