In recent years, the industrial luxe aesthetic for interiors have been popularised by many urban designers, featuring metal finishing, exposed brick and tons of raw wood to give it that unfinished look. These core design elements come together to form a modern, edgy aesthetic.
While industrial interiors might look great, they often come across as cold, uncomfortable and utilitarian. However, by merging the core elements with pieces of luxury, a whole new dimension to your home can be achieved. The industrial-luxe design highlights a grown-up version of the plain industrial aesthetic and highlights style and sophistication while still leaving plenty of edge.
To recreate the for your home, scroll through our Pinterest-approved gallery for some tips and inspiration.
This story first appeared on Lifestyle Asia Singapore.