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INDUSTRIAL LUXE


Build a contemporary and elegant interior using engineered salvage and raw materials. Then soften this utilitarian factory look so that it works for your living space – Debbie Blott shows us how to create Industrial Luxe at home


There is an exciting new trend developing in the world of interiors, perfect for loft spaces, open plan living space and grand designs. Coined as Industrial Luxe, it takes its cue from the unfinished materials and factory salvage we admire in leading-edge restaurants and designer shops - and softens it with glamorous and elegant touches more suitable for your home and lifestyle.


A VISION, NOT A SITE!


We have plenty of great ideas to show you how to get this look which essentially combines high quality materials, open space and industrial elements with contrasting opulent and softer detail: this mix is the true hallmark of this exciting new trend and will demonstrate your subtle skill room by room.


Chunky wooden storage box on casters £55, Uniche Interior Furnishing


GLASS, METALS AND WOOD Traditional British manufacturers and retailers have embraced the Industrial Luxe trend. Look no further than Heals’ Industrial Chic collection which uses metal frameworks, polished concrete and gleaming glass softened by the introduction of natural wood to create strong and elegant contemporary designs.


Perfect little copper light £75 Uniche Interior Furnishing


LIGHTING AND SHELVING


Choose industrial pieces with a glamorous, vintage twist like concrete, brass or antique pewter pendant lights, metal storage baskets and kitchen trolley shelving.


LIVING SPACE


In your living space, if you are drawn to a minimalist, uncluttered style and the look of architectural salvage, but find the feel of industrial décor too harsh to live, with you


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