After people started living in abandoned factories, what was once an interior ambience suffered out of necessity, has developed into a trendy style. More and more people are giving their homes an authentic and unpretentious industrial look. The global appeal of industrial may be due to the fact that it lends itself fluently to adaptations and improvised variations in a cost-effective manner.
If you’re improvising on an existing industrial interior first decide what features you want to retain and what you want to replace. Industrial rooms often have metal walls and flooring. Instead of going through the process of removing the metal, consider styling your bedroom around it. If you’re starting tabula rasa, you could create bare brick or basic concrete walls and floors.
You can fashion one with boards and frames you might be able to pick up at a garage sale. For that matter, you may even create your dresser and bedside table in a similar manner. If not, you might want to buy furniture provided it looks modest and the bed is comfortable. Dishevelled mattresses and bed sheets will only add to the raw environment.
Floors can be diamond plate metal or concrete. You could also install wooden flooring with a rustic look and feel. For drapes, curtains and other furnishings, you may avoid floral prints and frilly designs; instead select fabrics based on texture and geometric patterns. Display flowers and plants in old metal containers. Like your furniture even your lamps should be illuminating, yet humbly blend into the surroundings.