This year it seems that a lot more of us are experimenting with design. A popular style I’ve been seeing more of is a little bit rustic and a little bit glam, also known as “industrial glam”.
Below are a few photos of industrial-glam interiors and accents pieces to help get you started on this chic design style. Enjoy!
This sparse industrial loft layout is very chic and glamorous. Not sure if I’m liking the bold pink accents in this space but the lush velvet textiles are a nice contrast with the distressed wood floors and metal stairs, helps tone down the masculine look with the pink velvet sofa, throw pillows and pink coffee table.
The bed frame is made from scaffolding which is a cool alternative to try if you’re interested in designing your own bed frame. Also the chandelier is made out of chain mail which helps create an edgy look in this bedroom. I like the pink and gray color combination, a nice mix if you’re going for a feminine and modern feel.
Now this is a great looking kitchen! I’m especially drawn to the reclaimed wood island with the contrast of the white counter-top, looks absolutely stunning. Also, the different shades in the wood in the island gives even more character in this space.
Keri Russell Home via Elle Decor
I have always liked the mix of exposed brick, darker woods with modern light fixtures. However, sometimes the industrial look can come off as masculine, it can be a design turn-off to some. So, try incorporating a few accessories such as throw pillows or a decorative throw to give it more hints of feminine touch to your home. You will still get the industrial feel, but also achieve a cozy, chic and glamorous look as well.
West Elm-Faceted Mirror Side Table $199.00
Overstock- Renate Coffee Table Ottoman $276.99
Houzz- Artistic Pear Chandelier.
Love this. Find stool at Joss & Main.
Art- Black & white photography.
Dwell Studio- Throw pillow
What are your thoughts on industrial glam design style? Do you already have this look in your home or are you now inspired to try incorporating this design style in your home or office?
(Images: Nest Design Studio, Marcus Design, Elle Decor, Holzman Interiors)
- Xoxo Jessica
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