Thursday October 22, 2020

Warm industrialism: bringing an edgy feel to your home

Keep your home clean, bright and structured with a nod towards a modern industrialism featuring raw materials, without making it feel too clinical and harsh

18th October, 2020
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Exposed brick can give any room character. Consider painting plastered walls in a cool earth colour such as dove grey to prevent the room feeling too overwhelming and cold

While it may seem counter-intuitive, it is possible to create an industrial look in your home that offers a minimalist and edgy vibe, while also feeling warm and welcoming. Metals, glass and stone are increasingly replacing an abundance of overly rustic interiors, importantly combined with a subtle scattering of soft furnishings to soften the elements.

Exposed brick can give any room character. Consider painting plastered walls in a cool earth colour such as dove grey...

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