The look is simple and clean with a focus on function and mixes into our home with little effort, Industrial Chic styling is HUGE these days. If you haven’t already noticed (or heard), this décor style has made a grand entrance into the world of interior design with a bang. Furniture that has gone rustic, indoor walls with exposed brick, and wires, pipes and bulbs are now proudly displaying in their bare-nakedness. The end result with an eclectic mix of old & new, rustic & modern is an aesthetically pleasing interior. Who's gonna complain?
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Industrial Chic FAQs
Focus on monochrome with well-chosen organic or earthy accents. Metallized tones, such as steel and iron, as well as oxidation-inspired colors, are commonly used in Industrial design. Natural wood tones and whites balance the palette.
A rustic, well-loved farmhouse aesthetic is combined with a strong, masculine, industrial design aesthetic in industrial farmhouse design. Result: You have an interior that is both comfortable and durable with a well-balanced interior and low-fuss furniture.
Generally speaking when you have an industrial style item it will consist of metal. Maintenance of metal surfaces requires only general cleaning on a periodic basis. Moistening a duster or cloth should be sufficient. The coating will be scratched with abrasive materials like Scotchbrite sponges.