Industrial-style interiors are trending – here’s how to get the sleek and stylish look
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Industrial-style interiors are trending – here’s how to get the sleek and stylish look

Organic, earthy design features have been on the rise this year, with homeowners and designers alike turning to nature for interior design inspiration. But a surge in searches for metallic finishes and chrome design elements proves that there’s still a market for modern, sculptural styles as well. With these two trends in mind, it comes as no surprise that industrial-style interiors – or spaces that blend streamlined features with organic materials – seem to be more popular than ever.

Described by designers as ‘rough and raw,’ ‘ultra-modern,’ and ‘cool and edgy,’ industrial decor isn’t just fit for set designs or period properties – instead, it has a place in any home. To hear a bit more about the interior design trend and how to get it down right at home, we spoke with interior designers who love the look. Here’s what they had to say.

What is industrial-style design?

An industrial-style kitchen with brick walls and a unique metal range hood

(Image credit: Bond Design Company)

‘The industrial style is characterized by its mix of raw, exposed materials and Victorian elegance,’ says Mara Rypacek Miller, managing director and founder of Industville. ‘Along with key features such as exposed brick walls, metal fixtures, and intricate tile patterns, incorporating handcrafted lighting from traditional materials such as brass or ribbed glass will bring an authenticity and period feel to the design.’