Current trends right now dictate an effortless chicness about everything. Korean actresses ace the no-makeup makeup look, while more and more international celebrities opt to work hard for that just-rolled-out-of-bed look. The trick, however, is to still look totally put together despite the simplicity.
This is why it isn’t too surprising that even in interiors, looking like you’ve exerted almost zero effort is the hottest trend. From bare looking walls to using everyday objects as furnishings has become the latest craze in designing an interior space. With the Industrial Chic trend, repurposing is the key.
Here at Salem, we adore every unique design trend. With Industrial Chic, the right strategies will help you create a luxe home using the most surprising things.
Exposed brick walls, as if they’ve never bothered about polishing the interior walls, give a rough, yet nostalgic feel to a space.
Exposed pipes artfully placed to add an interesting element into the bare wall also serves as a headboard or an over the head artwork.
More exposed pipes painted to complement the room’s color scheme.
Bare walls give the space the feel of ruin with remnants of life. The industrial looking flood lamp as a bedside lamp also adds visual interest to the room.
Bed frame from pipes!
Pendant lights that look like hanging bulbs of the early 20th century.
Polished concrete floors, or at least varieties that look like it, intensifies the look of the space and enhances its utilitarian feel.
Albeit, the Industrial trend is commonly associated with being tough, rough, and raw, you don’t have to match it with a horrible mattress. A great Salem bed or mattress can easily fit themed rooms like these, so you can always be sure to get utter comfort despite having a quite severe interior design.