Design in the style of minimalism implies smooth surfaces, geometric shapes, straight clean lines and nothing more: only functional pieces of furniture, single color decoration, only the play of light instead of the fancy decorations. Minimalist interior is a complexly thought-out simplicity, rigor and ease, elegance without pretentiousness and practicality without congestion. Photos of minimalistic interior look like illustrations of the cutting-edge art magazine, devoted to secrets of creating a truly beautiful spaces.
Let's not forget about the resurgence of vintage industrial metal furniture in the form of cabinets. In fact, many antique dealers are stocking up on metal doctor's office furnishings and selling these pieces for thousands of dollars. You can also buy these items new. For example, below we have the Circa 1900 French Linen Factory Medium Bath Cabinet from Restoration Hardware. The piece was inspired by a pair of metal cabinets built around 1900 for a French linen factory. This 1930s Laboratory Stainless Steel Storage Cabinet from Restoration Hardware boasts a design based on cabinets that equipped 1930s American laboratories. Hand-welded stainless steel, zinc hardware and bullet hinges give this piece true style. As you can see, industrial style takes many forms. From exposed piping on ceilings and walls to wood and metal furnishings and accents, there are many ways you can get the industrial look at home. Whether you go vintage or stick with new items, there's are pieces for every price point.
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.
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