17 Beautiful Examples of Industrial Design for Homes and Apartments

Industrial architecture became popular in the late 1800's. It gets it's inspiration from warehouses, old factories, distilleries, warehouses, power plants, and more. It's characteristics include a visibly metallic structure, exposed brick, vintage light bulbs, simple colors like black or brown, weathered wood, and sometimes concrete.

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17 Beautiful Examples of Industrial Design for Homes and Apartments

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  • 23d

    these look very cool and trendy

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  • 23d

    These look like trendy new england mill town apartments

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  • 8d

    I'd make some alterations and modification's on some of them but overall I like them.

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  • 18d

    güzel mekanlar

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  • 18d

    Beautiful designs indeed, exquisite Take :D

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  • 18d

    They are unrealistic to live in though.

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  • 23d

    These look like what a fixed up house in Fallout would look like.

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  • 23d

    Wish I could spend some time there.

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  • 23d

    Wonder if they are all so old or are modern takes. A lot of upscale downtowns rent out their old mills

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What Girls Said 4

  • 8d

    beautiful

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  • 19d

    omg yes <3
    You might like la caisse d epargne by otto wagner
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    it s a bank

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  • 21d

    I always see this style of apartments and think it's so beautiful. Never knew what they are called, now I know, industrial apartment. They look so original. With the brick walls, steel kitchen, metal decorations, and "unfinished" ceilings, it's true they're not like your typical apartment. Definitely apartment goals. I would love to own one in the future.

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  • 22d

    Oh yeah... Love.

    Here in LA -- especially around downtown -- there are lots of authentic speakeasies left over from the Prohibition era. Most of them have preserved their original interior design -- which was (and is) largely industrial, since they were lowkey, mostly unmarked places that served other functions during the day.

    When my husband and I have "date nights" and we hit up one of these places, I'll totally go full flapper girl. (Even more so now that I have short hair again.) The atmosphere absolutely enhances the whole experience.

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