Exposed beams and brick. Rough wood. Concrete floors.
Somewhere along the way, the unfinished look and feel of a warehouse or construction site became a source of inspiration for interior designers. Industrial interior design seeks to unveil the inner workings of the structure by showing off the I-beams, joints, bolts, pipes, and nails that other styles of design might seek to cover up.
Large amounts of natural light and simple furniture and decor help to keep industrial spaces from feeling dirty or messy. Don’t forget to add rugs and upholstery made with natural fibers to highlight the rawness of the space.
We’re loving all of the texture and personality in these spaces below:
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