Today we decided to bring you an article with some useful tips about industrial design. Relax and enjoy these top 5 tips to do a home improvement in your Miami loft with a touch of a vintage industrial style.
With a vintage industrial design applied to your Miami home, you can have more flexibility when it comes to picking your decor items. For example, when it comes to pillows, throws, and poufs pick something that shows off its leather or woven texture. Try to make the colors complement the rug (for example: if the rug is dark, add more colorful pieces with artistic flair).
Mixing industrial furniture with modern one can lead to some amazing results. Useful tip: Industrial furniture relies heavily on raw, unfinished wood. Have a look at the example below by Delightfull: can you imagine that lamp mixed with industrial furniture in your Miami home?
Rustic color schemes usually have a lot of brown and beige. One advantage you may also have going for you is that your sofa, chairs, and tables will likely be constructed of leather and raw wood, so you will naturally have plenty of brown or burnt orange. This gives you plenty of opportunities to use accent colors for your rug and other decors.
The secret for you to do this is by marrying the concept of “bold but clean” with a “minimal one”. Raw materials and naturally weathered finishes will be found alongside concrete and stone floors. One of the best ways to put away many thing and gaining more space is by making a feature concrete or tiled wall for all your things.
When it comes to rugs the options become a little more complicated. Avoid rugs that are overly vibrant and chic, or have distinct geometric patterns (like chevrons or lattices). These styles are awkward in a rustic setting.