Industrial style is no longer understood as bare warehouses, but as modern lofts and chic factory halls designed and converted for living. The design, with concrete floors, rough brick walls and a mix of metal, steel and solid wood, blends well with the city's urban lifestyle. In addition, the open style of the Industrial Style offers the possibility of an individual interior design. You do not have to move to a warehouse to experience industrial chic. With matching furniture, floors and murals, you can instantly furnish your home in this style.
Steel stools and chairs in combination with dark-wood chests of drawers and cabinets are particularly popular with industrial-style furniture. But do not worry, the rustic furniture can be made comfortable with accessories such as rugs, duvets and pillows. Thus, for example, the seating area of the stools or chairs can be made more comfortable with a faux fur, while cabinets and chests of drawers with carpet as a base are accentuated in color.