design tips: using personal touches to soften urban industrial loftdesign tips: using personal touches to soften urban industrial loftdesign tips: using personal touches to soften urban industrial loft

by:Merttace     2020-04-08
Is there anything more stylish than living in the attic?
This is a chic little word reminiscent of brick walls, smooth concrete floors and expensive views.
If you \'ve seen a romantic comedy for the past 10 years, Dream boats always live in the attic.
Warehouse life has been fashionable since the 1970 s, when the city boom left many Americans out of the city center and asked them to go to the grittier neighborhood to find cheaper rentals.
Over the past decade, the scene, known as urban industry, has returned in a huge way.
In fact, it is so popular that it is the main source of inspiration for restoring mass retailers such as hardware and crates and barrels.
Visit the website of the two stores to find the open home
The floor plan of the building, the exposed pipes, the concrete floor and the steel finish are all signs of industrial aesthetics.
Of course, it is like cheating to equip a warehouse with chain items;
The items found are more in line with the tradition of the building.
But you don\'t need to be out of date in order to do space justice.
The right mix of old and new furniture still makes you feel like you\'re living a part of history.
\"It\'s about balance,\" said Christopher Rich, a designer and furniture maker at Frederick, Md.
He designed teeth for hardware and Starbucks.
He now owns his own company, the home of industry.
\"The best way to achieve this is to add personal details such as photos and collectibles to make it feel authentic.
If you have something that big
Table, leather sofa-raw wood
Can come from anywhere
This is easy in this sense.
\"Another highlight of industrial design is that although it looks cold due to concrete floors and aluminum tubes
The designed warehouse is warm and comfortable, he said.
\"People drool on these spaces on Pinterest and get stuck on the catalog version of the attic, but the trick is to make it feel comfortable.
\"To do this, start by finishing the furniture first so you can focus on your favorite furniture and try to focus on neutral and necessary items.
They are then gathered together to create a private, well-defined dining area, living area, entrance, etc.
\"Layering is the key,\" Rich said . \"
\"If you have a light-colored floor like wood or concrete, put a dark carpet on it, then put a light-colored sofa, a dark pillow, and then go to light-colored, dark-colored, light-colored, dark-colored, and so on.
Always add a traditional accent along the way so as not to look like a factory or dungeon.
\"Laura Umanski is an interior designer who has an office in Aspen, Colorado.
Houston said she received a large number of requests to include industrial elements in residential projects.
The biggest secret to making the attic look appealing is to ignore the height of the ceiling.
\"The converted warehouses tend to have high ceilings, but that doesn\'t mean you have to fill up the volume,\" she said . \".
\"By placing the light fixture under the table and hanging the artwork at the same height as the nine rooms, reduce the room to human sizefoot ceiling.
In a Loft Project in Houston, we even drew a warm gray rectangular box on the wall so you can see the TV and the bookshelf.
If the whole wall is of that color, then the pieces will be lost.
\"Of course, the paint depends on the lighting.
Most people\'s intuition tells them that gray is gray in the attic space, but remember that Gray requires a lot of light to look moody and elegant.
It\'s about silver or cream, like Sherwin-
Williams was confused.
If you want to try the industrial look but don\'t know where to start, Umansky suggests you try a statement lamp such as a large floor lamp, brass and metal desk lamp, or a set of two or three simple chandeliers above the restaurant.
From there, the pepper in the playful accessories nod to nature, such as a cowhide round Ottoman and a resin ram skull for the desktop.
Something more direct, like metal. and-
The wood oversized floor mirror helps illuminate the living room and take home the feeling of the warehouse.
Most importantly, keep in mind that authenticity is the name of the game for industrial space.
Try to weave in a personal accent, such as depicting the wall art of the town you spent your summer as a child, or prepare a colorful wool sofa bed for the dog at home.
\"The Attic needs signs of human life to feel the feeling of home,\" Ritchie said . \".
\"Otherwise, this is just a warehouse.
Is there anything more stylish than living in the attic?
This is a chic little word reminiscent of brick walls, smooth concrete floors and expensive views.
If you \'ve seen a romantic comedy for the past 10 years, Dream boats always live in the attic.
Warehouse life has been fashionable since the 1970 s, when the city boom left many Americans out of the city center and asked them to go to the grittier neighborhood to find cheaper rentals.
Over the past decade, the scene, known as urban industry, has returned in a huge way.
In fact, it is so popular that it is the main source of inspiration for restoring mass retailers such as hardware and crates and barrels.
Visit the website of the two stores to find the open home
The floor plan of the building, the exposed pipes, the concrete floor and the steel finish are all signs of industrial aesthetics.
Of course, it is like cheating to equip a warehouse with chain items;
The items found are more in line with the tradition of the building.
But you don\'t need to be out of date in order to do space justice.
The right mix of old and new furniture still makes you feel like you\'re living a part of history.
\"It\'s about balance,\" said Christopher Rich, a designer and furniture maker at Frederick, Md.
He designed teeth for hardware and Starbucks.
He now owns his own company, the home of industry.
\"The best way to achieve this is to add personal details such as photos and collectibles to make it feel authentic.
If you have something that big
Table, leather sofa-raw wood
Can come from anywhere
This is easy in this sense.
\"Another highlight of industrial design is that although it looks cold due to concrete floors and aluminum tubes
The designed warehouse is warm and comfortable, he said.
\"People drool on these spaces on Pinterest and get stuck on the catalog version of the attic, but the trick is to make it feel comfortable.
\"To do this, start by finishing the furniture first so you can focus on your favorite furniture and try to focus on neutral and necessary items.
They are then gathered together to create a private, well-defined dining area, living area, entrance, etc.
\"Layering is the key,\" Rich said . \"
\"If you have a light-colored floor like wood or concrete, put a dark carpet on it, then put a light-colored sofa, a dark pillow, and then go to light-colored, dark-colored, light-colored, dark-colored, and so on.
Always add a traditional accent along the way so as not to look like a factory or dungeon.
\"Laura Umanski is an interior designer who has an office in Aspen, Colorado.
Houston said she received a large number of requests to include industrial elements in residential projects.
The biggest secret to making the attic look appealing is to ignore the height of the ceiling.
\"The converted warehouses tend to have high ceilings, but that doesn\'t mean you have to fill up the volume,\" she said . \".
\"By placing the light fixture under the table and hanging the artwork at the same height as the nine rooms, reduce the room to human sizefoot ceiling.
In a Loft Project in Houston, we even drew a warm gray rectangular box on the wall so you can see the TV and the bookshelf.
If the whole wall is of that color, then the pieces will be lost.
\"Of course, the paint depends on the lighting.
Most people\'s intuition tells them that gray is gray in the attic space, but remember that Gray requires a lot of light to look moody and elegant.
It\'s about silver or cream, like Sherwin-
Williams was confused.
If you want to try the industrial look but don\'t know where to start, Umansky suggests you try a statement lamp such as a large floor lamp, brass and metal desk lamp, or a set of two or three simple chandeliers above the restaurant.
From there, the pepper in the playful accessories nod to nature, such as a cowhide round Ottoman and a resin ram skull for the desktop.
Something more direct, like metal. and-
The wood oversized floor mirror helps illuminate the living room and take home the feeling of the warehouse.
Most importantly, keep in mind that authenticity is the name of the game for industrial space.
Try to weave in a personal accent, such as depicting the wall art of the town you spent your summer as a child, or prepare a colorful wool sofa bed for the dog at home.
\"The Attic needs signs of human life to feel the feeling of home,\" Ritchie said . \".
\"Otherwise, this is just a warehouse.
Is there anything more stylish than living in the attic?
This is a chic little word reminiscent of brick walls, smooth concrete floors and expensive views.
If you \'ve seen a romantic comedy for the past 10 years, Dream boats always live in the attic.
Warehouse life has been fashionable since the 1970 s, when the city boom left many Americans out of the city center and asked them to go to the grittier neighborhood to find cheaper rentals.
Over the past decade, the scene, known as urban industry, has returned in a huge way.
In fact, it is so popular that it is the main source of inspiration for restoring mass retailers such as hardware and crates and barrels.
Visit the website of the two stores to find the open home
The floor plan of the building, the exposed pipes, the concrete floor and the steel finish are all signs of industrial aesthetics.
Of course, it is like cheating to equip a warehouse with chain items;
The items found are more in line with the tradition of the building.
But you don\'t need to be out of date in order to do space justice.
The right mix of old and new furniture still makes you feel like you\'re living a part of history.
\"It\'s about balance,\" said Christopher Rich, a designer and furniture maker at Frederick, Md.
He designed teeth for hardware and Starbucks.
He now owns his own company, the home of industry.
\"The best way to achieve this is to add personal details such as photos and collectibles to make it feel authentic.
If you have something that big
Table, leather sofa-raw wood
Can come from anywhere
This is easy in this sense.
\"Another highlight of industrial design is that although it looks cold due to concrete floors and aluminum tubes
The designed warehouse is warm and comfortable, he said.
\"People drool on these spaces on Pinterest and get stuck on the catalog version of the attic, but the trick is to make it feel comfortable.
\"To do this, start by finishing the furniture first so you can focus on your favorite furniture and try to focus on neutral and necessary items.
They are then gathered together to create a private, well-defined dining area, living area, entrance, etc.
\"Layering is the key,\" Rich said . \"
\"If you have a light-colored floor like wood or concrete, put a dark carpet on it, then put a light-colored sofa, a dark pillow, and then go to light-colored, dark-colored, light-colored, dark-colored, and so on.
Always add a traditional accent along the way so as not to look like a factory or dungeon.
\"Laura Umanski is an interior designer who has an office in Aspen, Colorado.
Houston said she received a large number of requests to include industrial elements in residential projects.
The biggest secret to making the attic look appealing is to ignore the height of the ceiling.
\"The converted warehouses tend to have high ceilings, but that doesn\'t mean you have to fill up the volume,\" she said . \".
\"By placing the light fixture under the table and hanging the artwork at the same height as the nine rooms, reduce the room to human sizefoot ceiling.
In a Loft Project in Houston, we even drew a warm gray rectangular box on the wall so you can see the TV and the bookshelf.
If the whole wall is of that color, then the pieces will be lost.
\"Of course, the paint depends on the lighting.
Most people\'s intuition tells them that gray is gray in the attic space, but remember that Gray requires a lot of light to look moody and elegant.
It\'s about silver or cream, like Sherwin-
Williams was confused.
If you want to try the industrial look but don\'t know where to start, Umansky suggests you try a statement lamp such as a large floor lamp, brass and metal desk lamp, or a set of two or three simple chandeliers above the restaurant.
From there, the pepper in the playful accessories nod to nature, such as a cowhide round Ottoman and a resin ram skull for the desktop.
Something more direct, like metal. and-
The wood oversized floor mirror helps illuminate the living room and take home the feeling of the warehouse.
Most importantly, keep in mind that authenticity is the name of the game for industrial space.
Try to weave in a personal accent, such as depicting the wall art of the town you spent your summer as a child, or prepare a colorful wool sofa bed for the dog at home.
\"The Attic needs signs of human life to feel the feeling of home,\" Ritchie said . \".
\"Otherwise, this is just a warehouse.
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