Warm, masculine, and definitely sexy, industrial chic is a style of decorating that just keeps getting more popular. While it used to be reserved for converted lofts and factories, industrial chic is now being seen in all kinds of buildings – both urban and rural. What Is Industrial Chic. Industrial chic (or urban industrial as it's sometimes called) combines utilitarian design with worn textures and the warmth of raw, aged woods. This nod to the industrial revolution is all about mixing raw materials (galvanized metal, glass and reclaimed woods) while keeping the shapes and silhouettes relatively simple. Industrial chic is a no nonsense style that makes use of vintage and salvaged items, and is often favored by fans of “green” design. It has many things in common with modern farmhouse style, but is much more edgy.
Bohemian Accessories. Accessories in bohemian rooms should tell the story of the people who live there. Ornate boxes, vintage bottles, maps, and mismatched china – you name it. Bohemians travel so the items in a bohemian room should look like they've been collected from the world over. And keep in mind that just because bohemian tends to be offbeat it doesn't mean it can't be glamorous. Don't be afraid to use drippy crystal chandeliers and ornate gold mirrors. The only rule is that every item in the room should tell a story. ou can accent your colorful patterns with throw pillows. Pillows add a perfect pop of color to your room, and help bring out the color palette. You may want to choose an accent color not prominent in the patterns to bring out the subtle colors.
Back to black – the kitchen tones down the wood theme and reembraces the matte black theme. Here, you can see fabulous tiles taking up the spaces between the rural-style windows. That fabulous window shade style is commonly referred to as ‘Swedish blinds' and they're easy to make at home. The dinnerware is lovely and minimalistic, easily standing out from the rest of the decor. Who wouldn't want to get dressed up more often with a gorgeous dressing room like this one? It contains a stool large enough for two, a vanity for freshening up, an incredible amount of storage. Art Deco was considered a type of neoclassical revival – and the art deco tones are definitely strong in this space. As an aside, it's rare to see a window in a dressing room but it really enhances the atmosphere of this one.
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