Nail Your Industrial Styling
Taking lead from old factories and warehouses, there is a real rawness to industrial styling. This style is particularly friendly towards those who find perfection in imperfection (and if you’re on a tight budget, even better).
To bring this style home when choosing your interior colours, consider stone, concrete-look surfaces for your bench tops, aged timber floors, black fittings and fixtures, and dark tiling and grout for your splashbacks. You can set the scene from before you even walk in the door with a brick feature to your exterior like at the Bordeaux Urban on display in Leppington.
Then head to the shops, garage sales or even your own garage, to complete the look.
You’ll be right on trend with style elements such as recycled or second hand furniture that has natural finishes of timber or metal, deep toned cut pile rugs and caged pendant lighting, like the Saxonvale at Waterford County II. You can also consider leather furniture for a more luxurious feel.
And the best part? This functional and casual style of living can be dressed up or down depending on your individual style (and budget). Look for inspiration on Pinterest, check out local restaurants and cafes with a similar style, and look at our display homes, such as the Bexley at Huntlee, to nail down your industrial decorating goals.