20 Stunning Industrial Design Styled Dining Rooms

Industrial style homes are becoming more common to see. It falls into a more modern look for homes, and gives the appearance that you might be in a warehouse, or other industrial setting, as opposed to the traditional home. Dining rooms are a common room in the house where you might find the industrial look. And to create an industrial style room in your home, such as the living room or dining room, certain materials and styles of furniture pieces and décor items, are needed to pull the look off. If you have seen this look and would love to be able to create this look for your dining room, we can give you some ideas on how to get the ball rolling.

1. Rustic is in

In the Industrial décor theme, there is typically a draw towards anything rustic. Rustic pieces of furniture, rustic lighting fixtures, décor pieces, and architectural designs, such as old rustic pipes draping down a brick wall, or running laterally across the ceiling. Anything that looks rustic or distressed, gives the look and feel of an industrial setting. When you use rustic pieces, you can also incorporate modern pieces too, such as your dining room chairs and table. The two looks mix together very well.

2. Keep surfaces simple

When you are trying to use rustic pieces or architecture, surfaces, like walls, flooring and tables, should be kept simple in design. Simple woods, simple metals and other materials. Extravagant designs and textures confuse the look of industrial décor, while simplistic surfaces allows you to incorporate industrial looks in a more dramatic effect without having the show stolen from them, as you want them to be the main focal point of the room.

3. Be creative

You can mix and match so easily with this design, such as old, industrial style metal chairs combined with a sleek modern table. A modern metal bookshelf on a far wall, painted a modern green, is one way to combine an industrial look with the modern, and get even more creative with lighting over your table. Mix and match drop lights that hang over the table, perhaps and old rustic barn lamp combined with a couple more modern styled drop lights.

4. Utilize your walls, ceiling and flooring

You may want to consider leaving one wall as a focal wall, creating a distressed brick wall for an industrial look, or expose some brick areas on a couple dry wall, walls, as if the brick is coming through. Ceilings, and flooring are also ways to use rustic or industrial types of materials to enhance the feeling of being in a warehouse, barn, or other industrial environment. Wood flooring, or granite all work in an industrial dining room, and your ceiling might really complete the room with large wood beams or exposed piping.

Industrial style rooms, especially dining rooms, are really getting creative these days. You can be as creative as you want or keep it scaled down to only slight changes that add hints of an industrial look. It’s all up to you to how far you want to take your dining room with industrial décor.

For more ideas, take a look at the following 20 stunning industrial design style dining rooms to help inspire you.

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