Give a Touch of Industrial Style to Interior Design Cafe with 3 Ways It

Give a Touch of Industrial Style to Interior Design Cafe with 3 Ways It

31/07/2017 Remodel 0


Whatever its activities and how long people spend time in a cafe, there are two things that are important to underline. The first course is that the cafe must serve delicious drinks and delicious food. The second should be made cafe atmosphere as comfortable as possible for the visitors.
For this cafe I design, I carry an industrial theme that gives a masculine impression. Although strong and serious impression, this theme can also provide its own comfort. Well, what is the difference between industrial design with other designs? Here I share some characteristics of industrial design style. Click here if you want more ideas about d├ęcor cafe

1. Unfinished Wall or Floor

The walls or floors of a building are usually built with varying material and coated with finishing. For example by using wall paint or wallpaper. Contrary to the design in general, the industrial design just highlighted this unfinished impression as his trademark.

2. Combination Metal and Wood

 

To complement the industrial nuances, you can add elements of furniture and accessories with wood and metal material. Metallic materials of iron or steel that look raw and natural wood materials suitable to be combined with walls or floors with unfinished techniques.
For example in this cafe, I use a table with table top made of wood and iron legs. Strong shape can give a masculine impression. In addition, I also chose a chandelier with similar materials so that the industrial style is getting thicker.
For wood elements, you can also add them in small items such as baskets to put plants or frames for wall hangings. To keep up with the theme, you can also use cutlery and drink made of wood

3. Ceiling Exposure

Still in line with the unfinished impression of walls and floors, you can also use it in the ceiling. For example, pipes, poles, and also channels that are left unopened with layers of plywood, gypsum or the like.
In addition to giving the impression of a cool industrial, ceiling design like this can also save your budget, However, exposed ceilings like this are certainly not for everyone. If you prefer a closed ceiling, it’s a good idea to keep it covered.

That’s the 3 ways you can do to add elements of industrial style into your room.