1,588 industrial Bedroom Design Photos

Lucy Call
Spencer and Alex
Ideabooks2,203
Questions2
your in a industrial work place
Industrial look. Saw horse with jeans for placing
If we finished off that back part, it would be cool to keep it industrial looking.
wide open industrial space. Steel studs were used to frame out rooms, and polycarbonate glazing and plywood sheath the walls.
1. Sawhorse as clothing rack. The industrial look is all about utility — and what could be more utilitarian than a sawhorse? Pick up one of these at the hardware store, plunk
“FAN” — garyvi
Lucy Call
Spencer and Alex
Ideabooks1,805
Questions6
The industrial details all over the place and the simplicity
industrial depression bedroom
Rugged industrial look
Commercial and industrial architecture often uses electrical conduit because the the walls are solid CMU (concrete masonry blocks), making external electricity inevitable.
Industrial style...Industrial sign...Very industrial!...industrial living
“Masculine” — Braydon Gosling
Rad Design Inc
Market
Ideabooks5,803
Questions4
Loving the industrial look right now.
Industrial, Exposed Ceiling, Metal
industrial loft bedroom
industrial theme...Industrial look...Industrial living...industrial bedroom...love industrial
“duct” — sylvester65
Pause Architecture + Interiors
Boilers Loft
Ideabooks1,398
Questions2
Like the open hanging space and industrial look
Compact, industrial, tidy.
Sweet industrial closet solution
industrial clothes rack
Upstairs industrial.
Industrial feel
“Exposed pipes” — devonmccloskey
Adrienne DeRosa
1 Review
Stacy Weiss: Shadyside, Pennsylvania
Ideabooks1,792
Questions4
Industrial meets vintage in the guest bedroom with the Speedrail bed, from Area. Maintaining consistency with the rest of the loft, Weiss brings the walls to life with vibrant and compelling art. The large-scale paintings balance the room's proportions and create movement amongst the furnishings
large scale artwork, industrial meets vintage
Industrial meets vintage in the guest bedroom with this Speedrail bed from Area. Maintaining consistency with the rest of the loft, Weiss brings the walls to life with vibrant and compelling art. The large-scale paintings balance the room's proportions and create movement among the furnishings.
“bed” — kellyschuessler
Moger Mehrhof Architects
6 Reviews
Modern Magic
Ideabooks1,792
Questions5
Industrial - thrift for metal chairs
Not the colors, but I love the combination of rustic, industrial, and geometric. This is how my whole house will be.
bring an industrial vibe to any room. These are great pieces to hunt for in thrift shops and at yard sales, because (unlike with upholstered pieces) you don't need to worry about hidden mildew or bugs.
Add industrial touches. The room combines crisp new finishes with well-worn antiques. Think about updating sweet floral bedding with something more geometric.
bring an industrial vibe to any room. These are great pieces to hunt for in thrift shops and at yard sales, because (unlike with upholstered pieces) you don't need to worry about hidden mildew or bugs.
“Bedding and chairs” — michelle0143
Bruns Architecture
Midvale Courtyard House
Ideabooks1,711
Questions3
love the industrial element, windows and solid black
Industrial cool, dark grey light white
wanted an industrial element. Bruns delivered with a composite wood and metal truss sloped ceiling. A partial privacy wall blocks views to and from neighboring houses while preserving the treetop scenery. “It’s quite illuminating up there,” Bruns says. “You never realize you’re in a fairly dense neighborhood
“Ceiling” — brmiz40
Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR
7 Reviews
H45 Loft
Ideabooks7,994
Questions6
rise of industrial style may be the single biggest reason that concrete floors entered the mainstream. Whether they're honed or polished, they telegraph industrial chic like few other materials can. But wood (preferably showing its age), epoxy, simple tiles, or even rubber can be pitch perfect. Here's
dilute industrial's hard edge. If your tootsies are numb with cold or your knees ache from unyielding surfaces, consider splurging on radiant heating beneath the floor, or invest in portable cushioned mats for areas where you stand for long periods (such as the kitchen). More 'So Your Style Is': Traditional
“bedroom” — farbodassasi
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