Industrial decor is considered or associated to have a lack of pretension and the visual appeal that lies within utilitarian surfaces, stripped-back architecture and salvaged objects. It became a trend that shows no signs of stopping, and these days, you’re as likely to find industrial decor within the walls of a multimillion-dollar mansion as in a converted loft in a gritty part of town. Industrial furnishings are minimal, with strong, clean lines and without a hint of excess. Mix new pieces with aged ones — search in flea markets and garage sales, and don’t be shy to take risks. Repurposing is central to this style: wooden crates turned into tables, old lockers used as storage, battered ladders turned into shelving. Today, we’ll give a few inspirations regarding ceiling lights in an industrial decor.
Starting with the kitchen. A perfect combination of utility and comfort, not forgetting the design that give this space a fantastic and appealing look.
The ceiling lamp is Madeleine by Delightfull.
A pop of yellow color in your hall or living area. The combo of the eye-catching colors with the shades of gray in the wall and the neutral furniture is just amazing.
A cozy yet extremely “stylish” living room.
Leather furniture pieces combined with neutral walls, natural light coming through and the outstanding and mesmerizing chandelier, Botti, by Delightfull.
Black and White is always a great option and rarely a failure!
Perfectly combined pieces and colors create a sophisticated environment, with contemporary and industrial style feelings at the same time.
The pendant light reminds the lighting sets of the old factories during the XX century.
A clean and fresh space, with loads of industrial style details such as the table, the chairs. But most important, eye-catching and industrial style statement in the room is the outstanding chandelier, Ella, by Delightfull.