Featuring standout elements such as exposed brick, moody colour palettes and edgy concrete floors, industrial-inspired interiors are designed to make a statement from the moment you step inside.
A standout feature of this trend is the mixture of materials to create an eye-catching impression. Our Industrial Warehouse exteriors are designed with this in mind, featuring exposed Brikmakers brick in Roebuck, contrasting with the dark Harmony roof tiles in Monsoon, or Colorbond steel roofing in Basalt or Shale Grey. The large Affinity picture window frames in Monument provide the ideal finishing touch.
In the kitchen, exposed lighting creates a bold look, illuminating the stone benchtops and dark Laminex Terril cabinetry. As the hub of the home, the kitchen offers an inviting space for people to come together, with an open plan layout that’s ideal for entertaining.
Though industrial warehouse design is packed with standout features, the right accessories can also help to complete the space.
Potted plants help to add a touch of colour to dark walls, while cosy leather suites add further texture and warmth. The timber laminate flooring in Elka Salvaged Oak by Trevors Carpets creates a balanced neutral palette, helping to ensure the senses are never overwhelmed.
The connected indoor/outdoor living space adds a sense of grandeur through the feature wooden ceiling, which works beautifully with the Wattyl White and Wattyl Moody White paint finish on the walls. This is a space truly designed to show off – and you’ll have plenty of opportunities to do so.
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