Industrial style has been a huge trend in home decor for a number of years now. But what does 'industrial style' really mean? The idea with the industrial style is to take inspiration from beautiful old factories and stripped back architecture. It's all about seeing the beauty stripped back architecture and using unexpected materials typically used for building for furniture. Find out more about the industrial style on our blog here.
Industrial style meets the hallway
Hallways are often a little neglected when it comes to decor. However, in terms of setting the tone for the rest of your home, getting the style of your hallway right is really important.
Your hallway can be seen as an opportunity to make an impact as soon as your guests walk through the door and is the perfect place for being a little more creative when it comes to decorating. Industrial style is great for this - with clean style and plenty of personality, it is the perfect option for any stylish, contemporary home.
Add a console table
A console table is a staple piece of furniture for any hallway, perfect for maintaining a clutter-free space and providing storage for smaller items for grabbing on your way out of the door.
A reclaimed wood console table will stand the test of time and provide effortless style. Try and find a design which blends reclaimed wood with metal elements for a sleek yet charismatic finish.
Alternatively, we offer a bespoke sizing service, so you can find a style perfect for your space. Have a look at our Raffles collection.
Large statement pieces
A huge mirror is a great option for any hallway as a way to open up your space. Go for a reclaimed wood frame or one with a simple metallic frame, perfect for pairing with the steel framing on industrial style pieces.
Statement light shades are another way to amp up the style of your hallway. Alternatively, if you're not sure about going for full-on industrial style, gorgeous industrial style lighting will give a subtle nod to the decor trend.
Experiment with colour
An industrial style is a great option because it allows really allows flexibility to go with any floor and wall colour. For an understated take on the industrial style, go with light neutral colours on your walls and beautiful wooden flooring.
Alternatively, you could create more of a statement with a bold paint colour like navy or a darker grey. If you do go for a darker colour, make sure your hallway has a window or some way of bringing light into your room.
To get more inspiration and achieve the industrial hallway of your dreams with bespoke furniture take a look at our website.