home: trend [ industrialism ]
It will always be a firm favourite with interior fans and designers; the industrial look is really accessible and is great mix with other trends including Mid Century and Scandi and of course you can bring in any paint colours you like.
This year it’s having a resergence in online stores with more and more choices for you to bring the industrial look to your home.
The key materials for this look are brushed metals, concrete, cork and wood. Exposed bulbs instead of using lamp shades, and wire and mess shelving units bring the look together. It’s very simple to achieve and you can go as far as you like with it.
If you are looking for inspiration and love reading about other peoples interiors we cannot recommend enough Urban Pioneer by Sara Emslie. The converted warehouse spaces she features in her book are the perfect way to be inspired and look at how you can achieve a similar design in your home.
1st column: mirror with shelf from grahamandgreen.co.uk [ £95 ], leather bar stool from rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £150 ], concrete dining table from made.com [ £529 ]
2nd column: pendant light from industville.co.uk [ from £159 ], stacking shelves feom rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £215 ]
3rd column: wallpaper from muralswallpaper.co.uk [ from £25 ], concrete chair from tindesign.co.uk [ £419 ], lamp selection from westelm.co.uk