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10 DIY for industrial decoration in your living room

10 DIY for industrial decoration in your living room

To give an industrial style of New York loft type to your living room, no need to change everything! You can add here and there some decorative elements “factory”; think metal, wood, concrete or exposed pipes. Play the card of the unit, bet on the recovery 'with pallets, wooden cases ... gives you 10 ideas of industrial decoration to make yourselves for a living room in artist studio mode!

Industrial-style DIY shelves

Fred & Sylvie / Yoan Bertin Here is an easy tutorial to tinker two Ikea Lerberg shelves and make a superb and large industrial shelf, all on a low budget! It is the Bidouilles Ikea site which shows you how to carry out this trick with a few strokes of the drill. You had to think about it. A very successful result which will undoubtedly give an industrial touch to your living room. Associated with some strong decorative elements (a metal clock like here for example) the effect is more than successful. Sources: Fred & Sylvie and Bidouilles Ikea

The brass himmelis

Nessa Buonomo For a nice original decorative touch, why not install these superb brass himmelis on a coffee table or console? Or better yet, suspended above your table! These aerial and poetic structures will add a little extra to your industrial decor! Nessa tells you how to do it easily. Source

A concrete stool for artist's studio

Bénédicte Claire Concrete is a safe bet to give an industrial look to your living room. Auguste and Claire explain to you how to create a concrete stool at a low price, made with a little cement and a wooden handle! Here, they have customized it with pastel paint but to accentuate the factory side, you can choose a rusty black or red. Source

Industrial pallet coffee table

Carine Davidas A classic of industrial tutorials: making a coffee table from pallet wood. An easy DIY and under the sign of recovery! If you fall in the street or at the market, on a wooden pallet in good condition, do as Carine, bring it home, sand it, and do not omit the layer of varnish. Add 4 wheels and possibly sprinkle it like a touch of paint a little flashy on the edge to give it an extra touch of originality! Source

An industrial copper lamp

GG Initials - Géraldine Peysson The industrial lamp is a must to create a workshop atmosphere with a hint of vintage in your living room. This copper lamp, based on pipes and elbows to fit together like a child's play is a real nod to the industrial revolution! Géraldine explains how to make it easily, but with the help of a pipe cutter (to borrow or rent!). Enough to illuminate your living room with a guaranteed loft style! Source

A coffee table in block letters

DIY Family Printing letters are ideal for giving an industrial style to your living room. Placed against a wall, in a table or like here on a coffee table, they give a very designer look to your interior. You will easily find lots of old printing letters, so get started! And for the step by step, it's at DIY Family… Source

Black pendant lamps

L 'An Vert Du Décor In the industrial style, black, gray and wood colors are king. Mix them with metals and you are 100% fitting with the theme. Chloé offers you in this DIY to create a beautiful suspension of Tom Dixon-style lights, by combining several lamps and spraying them with metallic paint. Guaranteed decorative effect! Source

A small industrial office

Broth paint - Jonathan Taieb To give an artist's studio side to your living room, don't hesitate to install a small industrial office in the corner. On the program, always raw wood and steel. Combine it with a metal chair for a recovered spirit. Here, Jonathan offers you to make an office yourself for less than 100 €! For this, he recovered a thick wooden board and found four props which he repainted. He explains everything on his blog Bouillon de peinture. Source

A lightbox from a wooden case

The workshop of Mala - Mathilde L. Because the industrial style is a rather masculine style, and cold, the ideal is to warm it up with many touches of light. Ceiling light, wall light, table lamp ... And why not a homemade lightbox from a case of wine? Mathilde explains how to easily make one on her blog: however, for a more factory touch, we advise you to use black letters for the message to stick on the lightbox! Source