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.
The space has sharp lines, so why not contrast it with the opposite? The round coffee table, side table, and dining table are a great shape to have and can come in many different materials to add depth.
It seems more people are working from home than ever before. That means many people have to share a workspace with a partner, child, or roommate. To ensure you and your new office mates get off on the right foot and stay there, try picking a common interest and incorporating it into your decor. The vintage-inspired wall art in this space looks great with the shiplap. It could also be a wonderful reminder of shared interest for two science buffs or history lovers. Keeping the atmosphere at the office light and friendly.
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.
Sometimes the best way to make a statement is to pick one strong idea and commit to it. Here we decided to lean into gold in a big way, and it paid off. That's because we kept the rest of the colors in the space neutral really allowing the gold to shine.
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.
Combine different lines for an expressive look. For more structure, the carpet and sideboard designs are geometric. For fluidity, an abstract painting is full of motion. Putting both of these components together in a room creates an interesting contrast.
Use metals, concrete, and natural elements to create an industrial dining room. A unique leather dining chair completes the look and adds depth. A multi-drop pendant light fixture emphasizes the industrial aesthetic and adds character.
In an industrial space, sometimes simplicity is the way to go. Sure, it would be fun to mix and match dining room seating for a unique look, but with so many pieces focused online, it’s nice to have some order. In this design, simple wooden chairs with a metal base make the seating arrangement look clean and pulled together.
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