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8 Industrial Design Ideas: Transform Your Home with Style and Functionality

Are you looking to revamp your home and infuse it with a unique style that combines modern aesthetics with functional design? Look no further than industrial design. From sleek modern cabins to small villas and...

Are you looking to revamp your home and infuse it with a unique style that combines modern aesthetics with functional design? Look no further than industrial design. From sleek modern cabins to small villas and A-frame and Cape Cod houses, the possibilities are endless. In this article, we will explore the world of industrial design and showcase some of our favorite industrial-inspired projects that are sure to inspire you.

Discovering Industrial Design

Before we dive into our favorite industrial design projects, let's define what industrial design is all about. Industrial design is characterized by the use of natural materials such as wood, concrete, and metal. These homes often feature a sleek, modern, and minimalist design, with functionality being a key aspect. As the name suggests, industrial design takes inspiration from industrial buildings like warehouses and factories.

#1 // Monochromatic and Moody Color Palette

Industrial design is known for its neutral color palette, consisting of black, white, brown, and gray tones. Take a look at the image below; it showcases a stunning industrial home with a primarily monochromatic color scheme. The exterior walls are painted in Benjamin Moore's Wrought Iron, while Black Satin is used for the trims. The Corten steel panels and hardwood siding add natural elements to the design. The glass garage door, concrete base columns, and metal railing further enhance the industrial ambiance of the house.

Image Caption: Monochromatic and moody colors play a crucial role in industrial design.

#2 // Light Tiles and Dark Planks

Contrasting light tiles against dark planks create an eye-catching effect in industrial design. The image below showcases a beautiful industrial-inspired home with a light tile layer and Sherwin Williams' Tricorn Black planks. The upper-level wooden planks add diversity and a touch of warmth to the design. The large windows with minimalist frames work perfectly in this industrial home, as well as the modern entrance door.

Image Caption: The combination of light tiles and dark planks creates a beautiful color effect in industrial design.

#3 // Solid Smooth Cement Exterior

This industrial home exudes a strong sense of durability and stability. It features characteristic smooth lines, oversized windows, a modern entrance door, a flat roof with wooden decking, glass railings, and stone and concrete details. To complement the design, our team suggests a neutral color palette with dark trims and Sherwin Williams' Amazing Gray, a warm gray, for the cement layer.

Image Caption: The solid smooth cement exterior is a standout feature in industrial design.

#4 // Material Combination

A combination of different textures and materials is quite common in industrial design. The house below is an excellent example of how to execute this combination flawlessly. The exterior incorporates dark planks, light vertical siding, and horizontal wooden planks to create a striking color-blocking effect. Natural materials such as stone and concrete are used throughout, including the pathway, entrance, gate partition wall, and landscape wall on the left side of the driveway.

Image Caption: Material combination is a key element in industrial design.

#5 // Cozy Industrial Home

If you think industrial homes are cold and sterile, this image might change your mind. It combines several industrial design elements, such as wooden details, a concrete gate, and metal privacy screens. However, it also has a warm and cozy feel thanks to the wooden siding and fencing, as well as the natural paint color on the cement layer.

Image Caption: This industrial home offers a warm and inviting atmosphere.

#6 // Industrial Farmhouse Style

This unique home blends two styles - modern farmhouse and industrial - to create a distinctive look that is both cozy and fashionable. It features a monochromatic color scheme and a large front porch reminiscent of famous farmhouse designs. Industrial elements like metal roofs, privacy screens, and a Corten steel container add an industrial touch, creating a striking contrast against the muted exterior.

Image Caption: Industrial farmhouse style creates a unique and stylish look.

#7 // Lakeside Industrial Home

This modern lakeside home exudes a strong industrial vibe. The matching metal roofs on the sitting area are supported by modern wooden columns that connect to the entrance door. The vertical siding is done in Sherwin Williams' Mountain Road, our top suburban exterior color for 2023, while the black trim accentuates the entrance.

Image Caption: This lakeside industrial home offers a modern and impressive look.

#8 // Minimalist and Modern

Industrial homes often embrace a minimalist design. In the image below, you can see a simple color palette: Benjamin Moore's Chelsea Gray for the cement layer with white window frames. The wooden planks provide just enough visual interest. Our design team suggests keeping the exterior decor minimal, including a few light fixtures, a concrete bench, some low grass planters, and a doormat.

Image Caption: Minimalist and modern design for an industrial home.

Now that you've seen these stunning industrial design ideas, it's time to start transforming your own home. By incorporating elements of industrial design, you can create a space that is not only stylish but also highly functional. So, unleash your creativity and embrace the industrial revolution in home design!