Industrial Rustic Modern
INDUSTRIAL RUSTIC MODERN DESIGN
“Adversity is the mother of invention”- Albert Einstein perfectly describes Industrial Rustic Modern design. Once born as a child of necessity, it is the second most googled interior design trend of 2020. It's about appreciating what lies underneath structures and adhering to transparency. Structural elements are used as showpieces to achieve that unfinished yet chic and cohesive look. It blesses you with an opportunity to juxtapose the classic with sleek and modern with vintage. So, basically, it’s a fuss free, no nonsense, stripped back architecture and décor inspired from the industrial structures, factories, warehouses, cabins in the woods, and ski resorts.
TEXTURES & COLORS
Rustic Industrial modern or Rustic chic pairs up the amenities, layout and proportions of modern designs with the traditional rustic features and materials or vice versa. Mixing wood and metal furniture mixed with plush couches
FINISHES & FLOORING
The industrial modern design is more popular than ever today because of its adaptability, rawness and natural appeal.
ACCESSORIES & ACCENTS
Exposing pipes, beams, ducts, or anything which gives a vibe of a warehouse apartment. Using salvaged factory parts or machinery and distressed leather finds or Vintage photographs
HISTORY OF THE INDUSTRIAL RUSTIC MODERN DESIGNS
Little is known about the origin of Industrial Modern Designs. However, it is considered as the product of necessity. It’s assumed to have been developed during the late 19th and early 20th century, mostly at the end of the second industrial revolution. At that time the globalization trend was becoming more prominent, many factories moved their operations to other countries resulting into the vacant industrial buildings. During the same time the cities were also getting extremely populated ultimately leading to the shortage of the residential buildings. Vacant industrial buildings were transformed into residential buildings. Around this time the home owners and savvy architects decided to celebrate the untouched and incomplete beauty of the industrial buildings rather than concealing it.
PHILOSOPHY OF THE INDUSTRIAL RUSTIC MODERN DESIGN
The basic philosophy of the industrial modern décor is to give up all the pretensions. It was designed with the aim of creating a utilitarian design which is not necessarily an eye candy. This design possesses a certain oomph that appeals to almost everybody who believes in the terms like natural, original, raw, etc. It was meant for the people who are not very fond of the pomp and grandeur of the other designs and have a go to mantra of ‘all that glitters is not gold’. The industrial décor in itself is very flexible, for example it could be paired with modern décor or contemporary décor to form the industrial modern or contemporary industrial décor, whereas, with the chic designs it forms the industrial chic décor.