Architecture Art DesignsIndustrial lofts are the ideal style of living space to use the Industrial Revolution trend.
Decor AdvisorThink of up-cycling and recycling heavy, chunky wood, add some heavy metal via accessories and usable kitchenalia, such as saucepans, to achieve the look.
Lofty FindsStep outside of the typical 'box' by using heavy metal sliding doors, expose brickwork and minimal amounts of furniture.
Cain and MarkusGo warehouse style. Accentuate the ceiling height by using a statement headboard – covered with soft fabric. Leave steel girders in-situ (they make fabulous shelving), strip back flooring to bare boards or concrete.
Design For LifeThe Industrial Revolution trend doesn't mean you have to go without comfort. Deep seated Chesterfield sofas, or a mismatch of comfy chairs will be ideal.
Chicago MagThis trend is well suited to contemporary homes, where polished metallic surfaces, concrete and reclaimed wood can sit stylishly side-by-side.
KaptsIf you thought steel and metal were only for floors, girders etc. think again! Steel walls are perfect, off-set by lightweight voiles to soften the edges.
Digs DigsAged leather, teamed with industrial or stage lights, metal shelving along with a funky metal coffee table are all that are needed to create the Industrial Revolution look.
Interior Design of Living Room BlogThink of 50 shades of grey, ranging from pale silvers to deep charcoal and steel to get the colour scheme correct.
Boucarou LoungeThe soft fabrics of bedding are used to create a juxtaposition between soft and hard, light and heavy.
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