Interior / August 25, 2018 / Lillian Ochoa
Before You Go
White walls and warm wood surfaces are an obvious staple of the farmhouse aesthetic, but overall the style encompasses a surprisingly broad array of design concepts. Maybe you prefer the shabby chic interpretation of farmhouse style with distressed paint finishes and architectural salvage accents. There’s also a farmhouse look for industrial fans, complete with warehouse lighting fixtures, exposed brick, and vintage metal furniture frames.
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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