If you dream of a cool, calm, and urban-loft feeling bedroom oasis, then an industrial bedroom design is written in the stars for you. Industrial design isn’t just bare pipes, concrete floors and Edison bulbs; it’s sleek, it’s modern and surprisingly can be very warm feeling in a bedroom. Though the staples of this style stem from old warehouse architecture and factory interiors, it has evolved over the years to include other styles effortlessly blended. One style you’ll see often blended with Industrial design is minimalist style. This can be a beautiful combination of styles for a bedroom, as minimal design style can create a streamlined look, clutter-free decor sensibility and a color palette that aids in rest. When looking at industrial bedroom ideas, you’ll notice a common trend of darker and muted colors, like varying shades of grey, pops of white, and structures in black. This can also include more sleek forms like dark wood beds. In an industrial bedroom, you wouldn’t opt for an ornate canopy bed with carved wood but would look for a bed where the mere structure and material do the talking. A platform bed that is low to the ground offers a zen approach to this style bedroom, and unfussy but cozy layers of bedding add the much-desired comfort of a bedroom. Lighting is also a very important element when it comes to planning your industrial bedroom layout. A bedroom should have layers of lighting, including natural lighting if possible. You’ll want to avoid harsh lighting and opt for softer lighting, and arrange lights where you need them. If you read in bed or like to have a dimmer light to turn on when you go to sleep or wake up, include a lamp or sconce beside the bed. In an industrial bedroom design, this could include a sculptural metal table lamp near the bed or even hanging a single Edison bulb in a makeshift pendant above the sides of the bed. If you have an overhead light, consider switching it out for a more industrial fixture that matches the materials used in the space. Though you may see that in most industrial-style rooms, there isn’t carpet, this doesn’t mean you have to forego a soft floor. When you get out of bed, the last thing you want is for your bare feet to hit the cold ground. Try adding a hide rug or simple solid wool rug under your bed for a softer landing and a bit of texture! These are just some ideas to get you started, but for more please enjoy our library of industrial bedroom design inspiration!
Comfort and style come together in this black and white space to create a room desirable to be in. The white color seen in the bedding is accentuated with black accessories like the throw, rug, and artwork. There is a light grey wall color that helps to contrast the black and white color palette presented throughout the rest of the space.
An Industrial Master Suite full of softness and comfort. The harden textures from the accent wall combined with the calming tones of blues and grays help bring the idea of “industrial” to another level. Whether it’s breakfast in bed or just sleeping in, this master bedroom is the perfect serene space to start your day.
We love the cool, edgy vibes exuding from this industrial bedroom. The metal platform bed keeps your sightline open throughout the space along with minimalistic side tables. The monochromatic color scheme carries though even in the accents, like the black and white artwork above the bed!
This industrial earth tone color bedroom features a minimalistic look. The clutter-free and very trendy components can look especially fabulous in your room. Just look for a touch of mid-century modern to add a simple and distilled aesthetic.
Bring in a touch of nature with a faux potted tree so you can feel the serenity of nature with the comfort of the indoors. The black-framed mirror is sure to make a statement with its brass inlay that adds instant elegance. Pair these pieces with a contrasting printed rug that makes these metallic hues pop!
This room has a seating area great for relaxing by the fireplace. The Grace Accent Chair has a lovely grey color that complements the black and white color scheme. The chair has been paired with neutral accessories like the pouf and wall mirror.
Don't stay within the confinements of how much floor space you have. Use the walls as much as you can. Here we see a smart shelf with hidden storage next to the bed and floating shelves above the bed. All in a contrasting white to pop against the black walls.
This bedroom shows asymmetrical can be stylish and sophisticated. Instead of traditional matching nightstands, one side of the bed is styled with a modern floor lamp and a small cocktail table. Differently-sized art over the bed still looks thought out by lining up the bottom edges to create a clean line
The iconic Eames lounge chair enhances this modern aesthetic while adding comfort and style. The supple leather and curved walnut frame bring warmth to this minimal space. A modern grided dresser adds a sculptural element to the room while providing much-needed storage.
This bed is a perfect balance of style and coziness, with neutral-colored pillows. The statement piece here is the chic table lamp with its dramatic geometric design. The nightstand and accessories complete the industrial look.
This earthy industrial bedroom mixes the natural and the bold. The black leatherette upholstered bed plays a dominant role in establishing the industrial aesthetic, while wood nightstands and cement table lamps create a counterbalance. A leather bench adds additional seating and is perfect for your guest's suitcases to rest!
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