Laminate manufacturer Greenlam recommends laminates – along with matching furniture and accessories – that will help you achieve the rustic industrial look.
23 December 2016
The industrial look is so popular you can find it in cafés, retail stores, homes and even offices. One of its strongest appeal lies in its simplicity: raw textures, exposed surfaces and an openness to imperfection. Untreated cement floors, raw brick walls and exposed piping are common looks, but don’t be surprised to learn that a lot of effort is needed to make it look this effortless!
To achieve the look, stick to metal, wood and stone. Laminate manufacturer Greenlam predicts a more laidback version of the industrial look as homeowners bring in other design influences to soften the grittiness. Laminates with concrete, granite or even carbon fibre surfaces are all the rage in industrial homes. They offer the look and feel of the real thing but without the heaviness or the need for constant maintenance. Below are some recommendations of laminates – along with matching furniture and accessories – that will help you achieve the rustic industrial look.
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