You think industrial style décor isn’t cozy? Think again.
In this article, we explore four industrial style homes that serve as proof that industrial home décor can not only be cool, but also cozy. All you need to do is get your furnishings and décor right.
Let’s get to it.
Home One – Open Plan Industrial Home
Industrial home décor is one of the coolest trends today. However, the décor style looks somewhat cold. Fortunately, there’s a simple way to go around that.
Just add jewel tones to the décor scheme. You see how this garnet red accent chair gives the room a whole new look? And to add a touch of warmth to the entire space, add a lone piece of vibrantly upholstered furniture.
The border of books on the television wall adds a touch of hominess to the functional backdrop. Your eyes can’t miss the traditional style area rug under the sofa and red chair. The rug adds ambiance and a touch of history to the modern décor scheme.
You can use eccentric scatter cushion prints to make the sitting area look a little more exciting. The monocle bespectacled cat on the contemporary accent chair does the job well.
The contrasting tones of exposed brick, which extends on a mezzanine level, adds interest to the rest of the space. Sheer voiles do a perfect job at softening the hard look of the dark metal frames of the towering windows.
The industrial style kitchen bar stools blend in well with the smooth wooden countertop on the breakfast bar.
Moving into the bedroom, the bed features layers of earthy brown throws. Decorative pillows crown the elegant look. Swing arm wall lamps on the geometric bed tables add to the beauty of the room.
We can’t move to the second home before we explore the bathroom. One wall is covered in large tiles. The adjacent wall features raw concrete. You can’t fail to see the delicate flower on the solid wooden vanity.
Home Two – Old Abandoned Cotton Factory with an Exceptional Touch
Visualized by Quattro Studio, this industrial style home presents a unique feel. The magnificent, church-like home features vaulted ceilings and striking arched windows.
Canary yellow adds a touch of warmth to the otherwise cold-looking giant loft. The warm color sweeps across the space. You can see the yellow cushions and throws in the lounge area as well as the two strategically positioned accent dining chairs.
Reading enthusiasts are welcome in this home. The reading nook set on a raised level and the cozy reading chair says it all. A simple floor reading lamp adds to the comfort.
Let’s step into the dining area. A traditional dining table coupled with mismatched Scandinavian style dining chairs give the room a welcoming eclectic look.
The two striped table runners not only create a beautiful area for dishes. They also add an astonishing dash of pattern to the industrial style dining area.
The warm yellow scheme can also be seen on the kitchen cabinets. You can’t fail to see the set of yellow wall units mounted over white base cupboards. Towers of two bright displays cubbies finish the look.
That’s said, let’s see what the third industrial style home has to offer.
Home Three – Industrial Style Apartment with British rock ‘n’ roll icon-inspired Artwork
This industrial style apartment is visualized by Evgeny Zjuba. It features jewel tones through an assortment of wall art. The art is inspired by British rock ‘n’ roll icons.
The Union Jack flag’s colors run across the space. The attention-grabbing rock ‘n’ roll accents blend in nicely with the solid network of exposed vents and ducts.
This industrial apartment features a simple classic shaker style kitchen.
Home Four – A Unified Style Penthouse
In this unified-style penthouse, standing at either side of a set of coffee tables are two pieces of a modular modern sofa. Right above the coffee tables is a Sputnik Chandelier.
The light tones of a beige accent chair work well with the scatter cushions on the sofa. The accent chair boasts a matching footstool.
Three pieces of lush green plants add to the pleasant blend of colors. The tastefully coated set of pipes across the ceiling add a radiant pop of red to the space.
Your eyes can’t miss the brick wall behind the kitchen shelf, thanks to the Union Jack painting. Nothing makes a cozy spot more than a ceiling-hung fireplace and uniquely-designed chair.
You don’t have to worry about how to reach higher storage. The blue librarian’s ladder will come in handy. The ladder also forms a striking focal point.
In the master bedroom, several decorative birds fly over the headboard. The birds blend in well with the black metal industrial style lighting. Another remarkable feature of the room is the large pendant lights.
The stark industrial style work desk chair espouses comfort. A textured black wall matches the furniture and the dark decorative pieces.
The bathroom also features the black theme, albeit in smaller accents. The black wall shelves, wrought iron chandelier, wall sconces, and clock all work together perfectly.
The golden faucet stands out against the black-finished towel hoop and soap dish bracket. That leads us to our fourth home.
Home Five – Industrial Style Home with Tons of Golden Wood Tone
This home is visualized by Christina Ryabchenko. It features a New York-themed monochrome wall mural. It also boasts matching doors, floors, ceiling beams, and Kitchen Island. These are all warm honey colored.
An arrow light works well with the red brickwork. The whitewashed exposed brick walls add to the bright feel. The kitchen pendants are a product of geometric wirework.
Plinth lights that wrap the room add a cozy ambiance. The entryway is outlined by a wooden coat rack.