This increasingly popular style is about boldly displaying the raw building materials that many consumers try to hide. Some may snub the industrial look as unfinished but its connoisseurs recognise that it’s about a delicate balance of apparently unfinished surfaces such as wood and metal with utilitarian furniture and decorative pieces that achieves the look, without going so far that the area loses it’s own identity.
The industrial look can work equally as well in a residential as commercial or retail setting.
With advanced manufacturing techniques nowadays we’re able to reproduce an industrial look in tiles that gives the concrete, metal, wood and even exposed brickwork effect but with none of the down sides. It’s a better time than ever to create the industrial look but in such a way that you can wipe it clean when the need arises.
Take a look at some of the ranges we’ve suggested below and you’ll see exactly what we mean.