What do we understand as industrial decoration? Let’s dive a bit into the history of New York in the late 1950s. It is when the Soho neighborhood was born, characterized by the fact that the most cosmopolitan people lived in it, such as the Yuppies, artists, etc.
The empty factories and warehouses became elegant Lofts and their uninhabited and sad streets were filled with shops, restaurants and art galleries where the most “in” and “chic” of the city were exhibited.
In the photos that we will see below, we can see clear examples of this type of decoration:
The exposed brick walls have a lot of personality and cannot be missing in this style of industrial decoration.
Vintage-style furniture and objects tell us their history and enrich any room.
A safe bet in the industrial look are the metallic decorative elements.
A youth room cannot be very childish. There should be enough space to have your desk.
Industrial-style metal windows add personality and let in a lot of natural light into the kitchen .
The industrial decoration is characterized by spacious and very bright spaces , with large windows.
Metal and leather furniture are essential in this type of decoration.
Putting some curtains in blue and combining metal and leather furniture is a safe bet in any industrial-style room.
An industrial kitchen with its exposed bricks and steel appliances creates a very cozy atmosphere.
Lining a wooden wall in an industrial-style room creates harmony and warmth.