Industrial style is a well-known trend in housing, but it does not always bring the desired effect

Each person has different tastes, each interior has a different genius loci, or if you want the spirit of the place. Every space suits something different, different furnishings, a certain style of furniture or interior design.

Industrial style brings together past and present

Styles that mimic industrial production began to make their way into residential interiors in the early 20th century. Quite possibly it came about when new dwellings were being created out of old factory halls. The industrial style began to appear especially in loft interior design. Lofts are generous open spaces, often lofts above old department stores or factories. The demand for loft living is still considerable, and prices are correspondingly high.


Unmistakable style with unambiguous elements

Industrial style living combines raw natural materials. The hallmark of the industrial style is the exposed plumbing fixtures that remain uncovered and thus form part of the interior. Visible bricks on the walls are also characteristic. The industrial style has a very austere and cold impression. The most commonly used combinations of materials evoke different feelings and moods in the interior:

  • metal has a cold, strict, yet clean look;
  • wood in a light or dark shade and stone add a bit of natural coziness to the interior;
  • clear glass balances out the heavy metal elements.

The industrial style of living is very peculiar, appealing more to creative people. But the open layout with well-chosen elements gives a clean and very cozy impression, exudes the charisma of originality and originality. So there is no reason to worry. Arrange the working part of your interior or your bedroom in this style. Ceiling-to-floor sliding glass doors, a wardrobe integrated into a metal column, designer ceiling lighting or a factory-like wall light will add an industrial touch to your interior.