Industrial lamps for a welcoming and original homeBecame one of the most popular contemporary trends, industrial style was born in New York in the fifties from the recovery of disused spaces such as old factories, offices and warehouses to make them comfortable and original homes where practicality prevails over decorative appearance.
The industrial style is characterized by the sober and essential lines that leave well in sight the structural elements: concrete beams, bricks and hydraulic pipes. The furnishings have a simple design, characterized by clean lines and poor materials, but at the same time hard and resistant.
The floors are made of concrete and the walls are left rough, with light plasters in shades of white or with exposed bricks.
The material par excellence symbol of this style is metal, but also wood and natural materials.
The predominant colors are dark ones like dark brown, or black, but one above all prevails and is gray.
Light is very important in this kind of style. The contribution of natural light, filtered by large windows and windows, is of fundamental importance. To obtain industrial lighting you could use large floor lamps that bring direct light into the room and alternate them with hanging lamps whose wires must be clearly visible to recall the industrial spirit of the New York lofts of the fifties.