Interior / September 2, 2018 / Mia Morse
The beauty of industrial design ironically lies in its deception: what looks incomplete and unrefined is, actually, the painstaking work of skilled craftsmen and visionaries, to say nothing of the interior trendsetters who dared to look beyond the warehouse’s crude reputation for exquisite inspiration. The industrial aesthetic is masculine but poignant, fuss free but thoughtful, and the mark of a man who understands that the finer things in life aren’t always the most frivolous or flashy.
This window was already beautifully framed by the mosaic pattern on the wall above it, but installing the decorative cornice added some subtle extra detail. The cornice was completely covered with fabric and its full length was adorned with hanging pompoms so it looks like part of the curtains.
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Defined by a raw, unfinished, and almost factory like sensibility, an industrial interior style showcases utilitarian materials such as wood, metal, and cement in a way that proves that form and function can be one and the same. Exposed brick, piping, and ceiling beams are just a few industrial giveaways, while stripped floors, visible ducts, and even ship bulkheads have been spotted in editorial loft spreads.
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