Designing your home in industrial style is a significant commitment. It’s a bold look that exposes raw materials, embraces unfinished elements of décor, and finds beauty in juxtapositions. It’s no wonder that this design style is increasingly popular around the world. It’s a liberating interior aesthetic that doesn’t hide flaws, but celebrates them. While a perfect fit for lofts and commercial spaces, remodelling your home in this style can be tricky and expensive. However, no one said that your interior has to conform to a single style! In fact, mixing and matching two or more styles is a fantastic way to personalise and elevate an interior. We have prepared a few tips that allow you to add the flair of industrial style to your space without having to undergo major renovations. Check them out.
Create a statement faux brick wall
Along with metal and wood, brick is one of the main materials of industrial style. However, building an entire brick wall can be a hassle. Luckily, you have a number of simpler options that will allow you to create the illusion of a brick wall. For example, you can purchase faux brick panelling at a home improvement store. Installing the panels is not very complicated and you can turn it into a weekend project. Brick veneer is another great option, though it requires more patience and diligence. And, if you want to achieve a brick wall effect in a matter of hours, there are always 3D stickers.
Add metal light fixtures
Industrial lighting does not try to hide light bulbs in intricately designed chandeliers,