Industrial design is all about stripping back the layers and letting the natural materials be the star of the room. An Industrial dining room can be stunning, with moody lighting, statement items like a substantial dining table and a sense of cool comfort. When dreaming up your industrial dining room design, you might be envisioning a space with raw materials and an urban, lofty feel. Industrial interior design boasts an unique edginess, with materials made to look like they were found in factories or warehouses. The colors are usually dimmer, with rich satin blacks, browns and other cool neutrals being the color palette. Even if your dwelling isn’t a hip city loft, you can still have a sleek industrial dining room design. You’ll want to start with the main star of any dining room; the dining table! Depending on the size and your needs, this will make the table itself vary, but Industrial dining tables are beautiful additions to a space. A cast concrete topped dining table makes an excellent choice. If raw wood is more your thing, a raw wood dining table on an unrefined metal base can look beautiful with this style. Avoid anything that has frills or ornamentation on it, like a carved or polished wood dining table. A glass dining table could work if it was an Industrial looking glass, for instance, a glass top inset in a metal frame. If you are worried about the raw and factory-like style of an industrial dining room not offering comfort, do not fret. We have plenty of Industrial dining room design inspiration images to show you that they can be very comfortable spaces! Some choices you may see for an Industrial style dining room are leather padded chairs, metal-framed chairs, and most popularly, metal and wood mixed chairs. If you want something that you can sit in for hours, try a cushioned chair, upholstered in warm leather. For something that can be easily wiped down from kiddo messes, try a bent metal frame chair! Because industrial design blends so beautifully with other styles, you’ll notice it’s not a design style often seen in its pure form. It works really nicely with rustic style and minimal as well. So depending on if you like a sleeker and more streamlined look, or prefer a homey and natural space, an Industrial style dining room can be the right choice for your home. How might this translate this into your Industrial dining room layout? We have a whole library of industrial dining room design ideas to inspire you!
A square industrial-inspired dining table adds both style and function to this dining space. The center pedestal of the table makes room for more chairs and is made up of shelves for additional storage. The table has an exposed wood finish, which adds a bit of rustic flair to the room.
If you gravitate toward a moody, industrial look, but want things to be a bit cozier for fall gatherings, consider this look. The base of the room is quite industrial, but we added organic modern elements to the tablescape, with some natural materials and earth tones (one of our favorite trendy fall color schemes), to give this spread a much warmer look.
Mid-century modern influenced design is great for cozy but still stylish dining rooms. The use of natural materials like wood finishes and organic woven textures keeps things inviting. The streamlined forms add style.
Keep the balance of a strong and high contrast dining room with touches of blue. Add a stunning pendant or chandelier to keep the balance of the eye moving throughout the space. Dynamic lines move the eye, through the chandelier, rug and buffet door face.
Strong sculptural forms were selected for this industrial dining room. A concrete and Acacia wood dining table center the focus of the room with leather and brass cantilevered dining chairs. An ebonized French oak sideboard adds minimalist sophistication.
This dining room has a definitive wow factor. Deep green walls create a dramatic yet appealing mood. The bold, eye-catching ceiling lamp certainly brings a statement to this dining room that will wow your guests.
Use the same metals in the furniture and chandelier as well as the decorative accessories. Use similar wood tones throughout the industrial space as well. This helps create a dining room that feels well thought out and cohesive.
The casual nature of unfinished woods and metal is tempered by soft textures. Adding some delicate sheers to your window will soften the light in this dining room. And adding a plush rug under the weighty table creates a balance between hard and soft that makes this room complete.
Go bold with color. This dark green dining room sets the mood for a perfect entertaining space. The raw edge table and bench and seared oak is a cool and modern look in line with this industrial style dining room.
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