Latest Trends on Modern Industrial Home Design

Industrial home design is one of those style designs we all seem to love but have a hard time implementing. You don’t have to live in the city with exposed brick walls to make your home have the industrial vibe. The key to most modern industrial home designs is open space, texture, and some great lighting.

Natural Palette and Plenty of Textures

Industrial home design is all about natural palettes and texture. This is great for anyone who wants a cohesive home with some great textured accents. The easiest way to achieve a textured natural pallet for your industrial home design is with the floors!

Darker hue floors like black, brown and grays offset beautifully against lighter or brick walls commonly associated with industrial design. Wood is the easiest and most obvious option when it comes to industrial home interiors. A textured wood or tiles gives the room dimension while also keeping within a natural color pallet. Recently carpet has also made its resurgence in the industrial decor designs as they can add different types of texture within the room depending on carpet styles.


Gemini 24x48 Rectified Porcelain Tile in Fume
Gemini 24×48 Rectified Porcelain Tile in Fume
Baldwin Hills 6" Hickory Hardwood in Hillcrest
Baldwin Hills 6″ Hickory Hardwood in Hillcrest

Keep it Open

Keep the room open! If you look at any industrial home designs you will notice there is plenty of open space and nothing is crowded! Industrial home design is all about subtle décor ideas that blend together seamlessly creating the perfect modern industrial home.

Bridge Creek Maple 4 1/4" Hardwood in Colfax
Bridge Creek Maple 4 1/4″ Hardwood in Colfax

Lighting is Everything 

Lighting is everything when it comes to modern industrial home design. Black lighting fixtures are often associated with industrial decor but natural lighting is just as important. Big tall windows give plenty of light to an industrial style room and help with the transition of darker textured floors and lighter walls. The right window treatment can offer privacy while letting plenty of natural light shine through.

Hunter Douglas Designer Banded Shades
Hunter Douglas Designer Banded Shades

Paint it White or Fake it

Coming full circle back to the exposed brick, there are two really great options if you don’t live anywhere with natural exposed brick. Option 1 is painting it white, on most modern industrial home designs coming out recently you will find that many of them do NOT have exposed brick but create the look with textured floors, black and metal accents, and white walls instead of brick.

However, if your heart is set on the exposed brick look to complete your industrial home design, there are some great options of simply faking it! There are so many different brick look tiles that give the industrial look. The brick look tiles come in different colors so it’s easy to customize a look to fit your style!

Kotto 2 1/2 x 10 Brick Tile in Carbone
Kotto 2 1/2 x 10 Brick Tile in Carbone