Two rustic-industrial interiors show us how to create a characterful home that provides a cool change from the norm, with a relaxed kind of vibe. See how to make a place that is packed with patina, and how to embrace exposed elements like raw concrete, bare brickwork and revealed ducting. For those of us who like life a little more colourful, fear not! The rustic-industrial style inside these two homes is not all about the grey and baron; cheery colourful accents are scattered about the rooms in some unexpected places. As we tour through, we’ll discover refreshing blue and green elements, and even some beautiful pattern.
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Rustic shiplap also provides the covering for the headboard feature wall. Here, the wooden planks have been set into a shallow recess in the wall to hide the cut ends. Over in the window niche, a cosy reading nook has been fashioned with a storage seat and some extra scatter cushions. A monochrome gallery wall stylishly connects the gap between the reading nook and the small side table by the bed. | 30 |.
A gold swing arm wall lamp brightens each bedside in the master bedroom; green wardrobe doors complement their lustrous tone. The bed is layered in pale neutral, soft grey and black linen, and piled high with comfy scatter cushions to offset the harder industrial elements in the room. | 28 |.
There is an industrial home office in the corner of the bedroom, where shiplap climbs the wall. Storage nooks occupy the space underneath one side of the L-shaped desk. Matching shelving nooks provide more office storage up on the wall, and all the way up to the ceiling. | 29 |.
Next up, we find a warm and welcoming rustic-industrial interior, decorated in tan and soft grey. The tan sofa matches the tones of a raw brick feature wall in the adjoined kitchen diner. The natural tone is also echoed in a rattan floor pouf, which is something similar to this
. | Visualizer: Tran Tu Thien.
A glossy grey media unit is adorned with a glass vase at one end, next to a leaning shelving unit. Inspirational wall art decorates the entryway to the living room, next to a set of cheerful blue louvre doors. Beautifully patterned tiles cross the kitchen backsplash, bringing personality to the whole room. | 25 |.
The grey finish of the industrial style kitchen units is designed to match the raw concrete wall behind. The warmer tones coming from the backsplash and countertop tie in with the adjacent red brick wall. Warm lighting has been added below the base units to accentuate their floating effect. Exposed ducting from the cooker hood pushes up the industrial style factor. | 6 |.
Directional track lights shine down over the dining area. There is no low hanging pendant light here, but shiny wine glasses hang over the table to evoke a comparable decorative effect. The glasses are held in a wall mounted wine storage rack, conveniently placed right by the table. | 7 |.
Our first tour takes place inside a 54 square metre mini loft. A projector screen drops down from its ceiling mount, in front of a rustic shiplap wall. A linear module crosses the floor beneath the screen, with the appearance of a media cabinet but serves as a hearth for a small modern fireplace. | Visualizer: Shmidt Studio.
When the projector screen is retracted into its ceiling mount, propeller wall decor is revealed on the shiplap wall, giving it some industrial flavour. There is also a set of wall mounted bookcases, which are broken into sections by the wood wall cladding. | 3 |.