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How to Achieve an Industrial Interiors Look

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The industrial interiors trend is growing in popularity. Taking inspiration from raw, earthy materials such as concrete, exposed brick work and ageing metals, it transforms an ordinary space into an architectural statement.

Colour and Materials 

If you are looking to include industrial touches into your home, experimenting with colour and texture is a great way to start.  Muted tones and natural materials such as coppers and worn steel will serve well as the foundation of your design.  In keeping with the industrial interiors trend, these materials will add character, ensuring your space is contemporary but never austere.

Fixtures and Fittings

When it comes to furniture, salvaged items are an easy way of adding a touch of charm, like wood tables and shabby chic style chairs or bar stools. In the below kitchen by Burlanes Interiors we can see reclaimed wood and brick has been contrasted with metal and glass for a relaxed, urban vibe.

Industrial Interiors, a Shaker Style Kitchen Design by Burlanes Interiors An Industrial, Shaker Style Kitchen Design by Burlanes Interiors

As above unearthed pipes, beams and brick walls are becoming popular. If you don’t have the option of exposing a wall or beams in your home, choosing the right fixtures and fittings can add a hint of urban style instantly.  For example, metal pendant lighting over a dining area or kitchen is great for adding character, whilst providing valuable task lighting.  Pendants with exposed bulbs, and minimal fuss look great in groups of three for maximum impact.  A pull down tap and stainless steel sink are also great ways to add an industrial utility touch, as these are reminiscent of professional kitchens.

Industrial Interiors: Dekton Trilium and New Dekton Lunar Surfaces from the Industrial Collection(From L-R) Dekton Trilium and New Dekton Lunar Surfaces from the Industrial Collection

Surfaces

Dekton’s Industrial collection of ultra-compact surfaces comprises of inventive and urban colours that are great for adding texture and personality.  Based on the look of aged metals, Dekton Nilium, Radium and Trilium are ideal for statement pieces such as worktops, islands or splashbacks.  Dekton Orix takes inspiration from eroded cement, lending a tactile, worn appearance.

Industrial Interiors: Dekton Orix and New Dekton Kreta(From L-R) Dekton Orix and New Dekton Kreta

Offering durability and sophistication, Dekton’s newest additions to its Industrial collection; Soke, Lunar, Kreta and Laos are a fresh take on the appearance of cement.  These elegant colours are great for those who wish to embrace a soft industrial look within their home. Laos is the deepest of the colours, dark in tone with a weathered appearance, whilst Kreta and Soke are calming hues perfect for minimalist or Scandi environments.  Lunar offers a more contemporary feel with a white base and delicate veining.  Dekton is ideal for use in kitchens thanks to its high resistance to stains, scratches and heat, allowing for hot pans and kitchen utensils to be placed directly onto it without the risk of damage.

Industrial Interiors – Bathrooms

Offering versatility as well as style, industrial materials also work well in other areas like the bathroom due to their rough and weathered nature.   Dekton and Silestone by Cosentino surfaces are ideal for use in bathrooms due to their easy to maintain properties.  To create an industrial interiors look here think about adding statement cladding for texture.  You could also add a standout sink or bath, perhaps with on trend black taps. Wooden or metal storage options are another great way to add a hint of urban edginess. Try experimenting with different textures to create a space you love.

Bathroom with Dekton Trilium Wall Cladding, Reflection Sink and Silestone Exelis Shower Tray in Blanco ZeusBathroom with Dekton Trilium Wall Cladding, Reflection Sink and Silestone Exelis Shower Tray in Blanco Zeus


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