The loft flair of the industrial style looks open and rustic. The style originated in the 1960 and 1970 artist movement in major cities around the world. Disused factories were converted into apartments. The factory charm inspired the designers of the time and today is created by functional metal furniture and concrete and wood in contrast. Rough, unfinished and edgy, a room looks at first sight. However, high ceilings, light-flooded windows and homely accessories create a very special atmosphere.
It's a style that encourages creativity and where signs of use, like peeling furniture paint, leave a casual flair. Rustic wood gives the factory charm cozy warmth and invites you to live.