Industrial style interiors seem to be more popular than ever, and it’s a look that works especially well for a dining room. After all, it’s a room that has a specific purpose (dining), and a room that we don’t use particularly for relaxing. And if you do tend to have long dinner parties that go on well into the night, just make sure your dining chairs are comfortable. The room below has all the attributes of industrial style – painted brick walls, exposed steels, hardwood flooring – and all the other hard surfaces that we tend to add to keep the look going. Namely a metal framed table, concrete pendent lights, and minimal accessories. But it’s also softened slightly by the vintage style botanical print, soft linen runner and brown leather chairs. It’s slightly masculine, but it’s not without it’s soft touches. It’s contemporary but it’s not without it’s interesting textures.
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Rock Pendant Light, Modish Living
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- Brick Tiles, Original Style.
- Terrazzo Pendant Light, Idyll Home.
- Artland Set of 2 Mirage Wine Glasses, Not Just Jugs.
- Normann Copenhagen – Heima Black Candle Holder Candlestick, Hurn and Hurn. Green Areca Stem Palm Leaf, The Farthing.
- Jungle Mural Wall Hanging, Flo and Jo.
- Decorative Smoked Glass Bottle Vase, Melody Maison.
- Olivia Oak Dining Table with Metal Legs by Woood, Cuckooland.
- Chinese Elm Wood Effect Tiles, Walls and Floors Ltd.
- Rayner Dining Chair in Faux Leather, Cult Living.