Want to bring the timeless Industrial style to your home office? Exposed concrete furniture, welded elements and decor, and heavy-duty desks are just a few staples to get you started on this cool style. Keeping things minimal and clutter-free are essential decor rules, along with using cool tones and a mix of manmade and natural materials. An industrial home office design is all about stripping back any ornamentation and letting natural and man-made materials shine. This can be a desk that is a combination of metal bolts and rugged wood, or a room with exposed brick. It’s all about giving that factory, and industrial setting feel to a space while keeping it functional and comfortable to use. A home office should, of course, be functional first and foremost for whatever purpose you need it for. This could be a large table, used for collaborative work, or a small desk that is perfect for occasional work from home days. Either way, we have plenty of beautiful industrial home office design ideas to get you started! A home office needs a few things to work functionally; a desk, a comfortable working chair, and lighting. Depending on each individual's needs, storage and additional seating could also be a factor in the industrial home office layout. Task lighting is very important, and industrial styling lighting is very cool...we think so at least! With exposed bulbs, wiring and typically a metal, wood or a combination of the two, industrial style lighting is all about exposing the elements. If you think about lighting in an old warehouse or urban loft, it’s anything but fancy but is effective, and in industrial style, it makes the space. Though Industrial style is rugged and the furniture may appear rough or unforgiving, you can still have comfort in your industrial home office design. A few ways to ensure some modern comfort with this style is to add some layers of softness amongst the rugged nature. This could be a large upholstered chair in worn-in leather. You could include a cushion desk chair or layer rugs under your desk for extra comfort on your feet. Cowhide rugs are popular in industrial design, and when layered over a solid rug or even on polished concrete floors, they can add a hip feel that is undeniably stylish. Are you ready to stop dreaming about your home office and start your design plans? Browse through our beautiful library of industrial home office design inspiration to get started!
Many folks rely on their attics as a space for a home office. The challenge is that most attics have a low slanted ceiling, which can make the space feel cramped. We suggest trying to paint the lower have of the wall a slightly darker color than the slanted ceiling. This will help divide the vertical wall surface from the low ceiling, making the room seem taller.
A grid of black surrounds neutral squares, gives these curtain panels the delicate, organic beauty and intriguing pigment-bleed of watercolor paintings. The refined industrial pendant hangs with graceful reserve. With a wide drop, the large pendant shade has a golden interior, casting a light that is diffused and exceptionally rich. Emulating granite, this rug is a piece of art on the floor, adding an abstract pattern with a white background and a pop of black.
This shared works space is not only incredible stylish, it's also very functional. The two desk at the window and the wall allow workers to pick a prefrenarance of whether they prefer a view or not. Meanwhile the center table is great for a lunch break or if you'd prefer to work closely together with you workmate.
This reversible weave wool rug is modern and timeless with waney edged stripes in a sophisticated colorway of blue and natural undyed ivory interspersed with seemingly random dashes. Like a space probe from the mid-century space race, this ceiling lamp aged patina and oversized bulbs give an industrial salute to whoever steps into this office. With its wide seat, sloping back and swivel base, the mid-century office chair is comfortable enough for long work days while remaining entirely easy on the eyes.
Wrought iron, wood tones, steel, dark tones are all hallmarks of the industrial aesthetic. Trying to make those elements neutral and inviting can be difficult. Using a white top desk with wood tones and black steel legs can really lighten up the space and keep it neutral. Adding a light color rug with a mix of dark tone colors can tie the whole space together.
A chic black and white color palette doesn’t mean a lack of style. This industrial-designed home office is big on style. Bold, dark walls with black pieces create a dramatic space to inspire its user and promote productivity.
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