Referencing the history of a space, Industrial style originated from edgy New York style loft conversions. Large-scale, black framed windows, exposed architectural features such as trusses, ceilings and brickwork all create an authentic Industrial vibe, and reference the origins of a space (whether real or not). Concrete style flooring, benchtops and aged timber surfaces also help nudge a space well into the Industrial zone.
The Industrial Base Palette
Industrial interiors are essentially monochromatic, with texture used to create interest and warmth. A warm, neutral colour such as Laminex Aries is a great all over starting point in any Industrial space. And timber – such an essential element of this style choice – must be unrefined with warm tones and rich grain, such as Laminex Aged Walnut.
A mix of metals, concrete, timber and neutral colours forms the basis of the Industrial colour palette. Weathered, brushed and exposed finishes in metallics, greys, taupes, black and charcoal tones suit the look perfectly. Limited displays of colour are mostly confined to soft furnishings or books.
Industrial Kitchen by John Crooks
Melbourne designer John Crooks has pulled together cabinetry in both Laminex White Textile - Natural and Laminex Impressions Sublime Teak to deliver a cool, Industrial vibe.
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