Light up your world with these glamorous yet minimalist industrial lighting ideas.
Did you know you could make or break the interiors of a room with just one element? Which one? Lighting! It may seem like a minor detail, but its sphere of influence stretches far and wide. Sculptured lighting fixtures and industrial lighting made of black metal, primarily matte finish, without any ornamentation are ruling the roost. They may also employ an element made of brass or steel. What’s consistent is that the trend that burst on the scene in 2019 is here to stay. DesignCafe brings you the latest trends in industrial lighting. Have a look.
Balancing Act With Industrial Lighting
Sleek designs, a minimalistic approach and simplicity might be the watchwords for the industrial lighting trend, but that shouldn’t stop you from making a bold statement. You can galvanize the living room by amping up the scale of your lighting fixtures and other industrial decor elements. Think oversized lamps, streamlined shelves and an over-the-top wall accessory to make the space seriously dramatic.
Play Matchmaker With Industrial Lighting
Industrial lighting designs pair very well with modern and rustic spaces. Plush couches, large coffee tables and grounding aesthetics steady the sparseness of industrial LED lighting designs. Even rooms with a dainty vibe can be finely counterbalanced with edgier lamps or pendant lights. And why must you limit yourself to the standard lighting choices? Adding floor lighting can enhance the novelty of a room.
Shape Shifting With Industrial Lights
Even though industrial lighting designs are minimalistic, they experiment with interesting geometric shapes and exciting angles. Available as cones, spheres and even as rhomboid fixtures, they supplement the room with light and as objects d’art. Without trying too hard, they become conversation starters. Try out a collage of different shapes to add an element of quirk to your home.
Stand Your Ground With Industrial Design Lamps
If you have lit up a corner of your home with a quintessential tripod lamp, you have brought a nugget of industrial lighting design into your life. A decor magician — the versatility of tripod lamps is comparable only to black. Stand them in an ignored alcove, direct them near a nightstand or march them towards the entryway — industrial lighting and magic go together.
Not just the artwork, but your study too can be a showstopper. Add an imaginative industrial lighting fixture — say a matte black metal lamp that sets the room’s tone. If it is a bachelor pad that you are working with, why not prop an attractive caged lamp with Edison bulbs next to the bedside table? The black paired with the lamp’s metal will render a moderately bold vibe.
String Your Style With Industrial Pendant Lighting
Achieve a minimalistic or modern aesthetic effortlessly with industrial ceiling lights or industrial pendant lighting. They are a practical and attractive answer to the omnipresent space crunch. They work best in the bedroom as they free up the bedside table for other essentials like flowers, books and sneaky midnight snacks.
Table Lamps With Industrial-Style Design
While floor lamps are the most popular choice for incorporating industrial lighting design elements, table lamps are becoming more and more desirable by the day. Check out this room. The lamp provides aesthetic relief with the standard industrial design elements of exposed brickwork, sleek cuts and neat interiors. Modular cupboards and a modular chest of drawers are used smartly to provide ample storage.
Seeking Sconces Ala Industrial Lighting Design Style
Shed light wherever you want by manoeuvering industrial design style wall sconces. Extend them, swivel around or pivot them towards your wall decor. Like industrial ceiling lights, the wall sconces free up space and raise the vision to waist level. A favourite with interior designers while decorating bedrooms, wall sconces are utilitarian and pretty.
Chandelier Charm In An Industrial-Style Room
Go bold with an industrial-design chandelier. Depending on your choice, it could work as well in the living room as in the bedroom or the dining room. Glass globes with Edison filament bulbs and wire or rod frames are the in thing. You can choose from exposed rope ones, warehouse lights or chunky pipe fixtures too. When it comes to industrial lighting, chandeliers are a classic case of how more can be better.
Warm Industrial Lighting For The Bedroom
Just because the conventional industrial designs use black, white and grey, they shouldn’t intimidate you from experimenting with a warmer palette. A case in point is this bedroom. The industrial lighting fixtures complement the beige tones and the wooden flooring, allowing the off-white walls to pop.
If your goal is to have a modern yet vintage look, something retro-chic, then industrial lighting fixtures are your saviour. The starburst lighting off an industrial design-inspired chandelier or dark floor lamps that evoke mid-century feels are just what the designer ordered. Don’t believe us? Watch how the trend of industrial lighting catches up soon.
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