The concept of interior design dates back into the early 1900s when Elise de Wolf received her first commission in designing a space. However, the need for having a beautiful interior came from long before that as the Greeks, Egyptian and even Romans had beautiful decorated spaces that is today considered to be heritage and cultural in those very same countries.
However, interior design has grown a great deal since then in terms of knowledge and styles. There are loads of beautiful designing concepts available for you to choose from and one of them is the industrial styled look.
While modern, rustic and even contemporary are commonly used choices, industrial is a rare beauty that can add a great deal of charm to simply any space, be it your bedroom, living room or even a commercial space if must. Here’s how you can achieve an industrial space for yourself with the help of a professional!
Light up the space
One of the key elements of an industrial space is its lighting. A perfect industrial setting has lighting that illuminates the surrounding in a soft yet glowing manner. This is often done by using lamps that showcase the bulbs. The best choice is for you to style your home with industrial barn lights. You could even run across some fairy lights, if need be, for that extra touch!
Airy and bright
While man made lighting does indeed play a great role, so does the presence of natural lighting in order to keep the space looking bright and cosy through the day. Opting for larger window helps bring in a sense of airiness and openness that adds to its minimalism and beauty. Any space needs a healthy ventilation, never forget that!
Simplicity is the key
One of the important things that you need to keep in mind when it comes to creating an industrial space is that simplicity is always the key. Having a clutter of items can steal the look of your space and make it seem less organized. Opting for a minimalistic approach is not only unique but rather it brings out the beauty in every object, making it seem complete and whole.
If the industrial space you’re creating is your bedroom, then you need make sure you give it a cosy bedding that calls for comfort and relaxation. Often the beds and many other functional furniture of an industrial bedroom setting is made up of wood. Adding lighter shades of bedding with a pop of colour of darker accents can enhance the beauty altogether.
Subtle storage space
Now while you absolutely need a healthy amount of storage space, you don’t necessarily need it jutting out and blocking the airy space of your room, especially when it comes to your bedroom. Gaining an artistic and clever manner of designing the storage in a more subtle manner can add for a great touch in an industrial room.
Finally, don’t forget to decorate it with the perfect accessories and ornaments.