Industrial design style is inspired by old factories or warehouses of big cities with a masculine and rough ways of decorating. Therefore, many people assume that this style is not suitable for a place to take a rest. However, with these 20 industrial bedroom decor ideas, you will be convinced that there is no better way to kick your feet up at the end of the day and feel more alive the next morning than sleeping in a factory-themed bedroom.
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Metal piping lines
Revealing water or air pipes in the room is also a trick to create a factory-like bedroom. Two pipelines draw a frame around the bed and two pendants are connected to this line. A quote printing drives the attention while black spiked rug, an old-school bicycle and a small sofa fill up the space.
White concrete wall
One of the most seen materials in an industrial space is concrete. The wall of this bedroom is created by raw concrete and finished by using trowels. It brings a smooth and clean surface that when first time seeing it, you might think that it is a paint color. A pair of bedside lamps made of copper and steel combine with velvet bed-sheet to deliver such a strong yet still sophisticated design. On the wall hangs a purple background picture with a majestic drawing of a lady to make the room more mysterious while adding some romantic spice into this raw bedroom.
Many industrial style bedrooms come with abnormally high ceilings, such as those are often seen in factory loft spaces. It is even better if the ceiling beams are visible! This vaulted-ceiling bedroom contains a wood pallet bed hung from the top beam by ropes from each corner. The headboard appears to be linked to the wall for support. The electrical pipes, which run horizontally and vertically over the wall, have been left exposed. This big, open room is illuminated by a rustic branch chandelier with eight lamps – giving the space more light for resting.
Using exposed brick wall
Exposed brick wall is considered a signature of industrial style. This design takes advantage of the most of it by associating it with chalkboard horse drawing for decoration. Dangling caged lamps with a raw wooden chest provide more space for storage while the comfy upholstered bed beckons its owner to bed.
Wooden floor with steel ceiling
You can try to combine those signature materials of industrial theme like this room. While finishing the floor with wooden floorboard, the ceiling is covered with fish-eyes net along with a large frame which is all made of black-painted steel. For decoration, you can’t go wrong with the shattered factory windows added with some stained glass combined with several metal machines.
The metal frame on the bed compliments the simplicity in this industrial modern bedroom. The bed itself has neutral color bedding and looks very inviting. There is interesting wall art on the wall that’s on top of the bed. There are also cool plant holder frames on the left side of the bed.
Go for different shades
Style the room with different shades of color making a more interesting space for sleep and resting. This industrial bedroom exudes sophistication with a black & white carpet along with a dark brown bed. White & brown is a perfect combination for the door-sliding armoire. Gray wall and light yellow wooden floorboard bringing a raw feeling yet still very modern.
Grayed – out bedroom
If you have felt bored with a normal modern industrial-themed bedroom, this weird design might be a fresh start for you. A fascinating artwork of a sliced-orange moon with emerald green copper house and metal-frame vase, all placed on the head of the bed. The bed ties up the whole thing with gray-white pillow – blanket followed by the shining orange of the bed sheet.
Small modern industrial bedroom
This loft bedroom only has a small space to organize everything. Still, you can make your way to create a chilling, cozy corner. Brown wooden bed placed side-by-side with the matching shelf. A small lamp with a fancy zig-zag sconce aiming light directly to the bed. A piece of typographic artwork is placed right in the middle for decorations. There’s an office desk to the right of the shelf so you can work right inside this “cocoon”.
Combine with the reading nook
This definitely is the bedroom made for book lovers. Taking up space between two metal-frame windows is a large black bookshelf with many cases to store books and placing decorations. A stained carpet with tarnish color is used to deliver a more authentic industrial space. This factory-themed bedroom design also has a bright and airy space by fascinating way to use the ceiling windows.
Quirky machine decorations
Fashionistas adore this eccentric bedroom style. A white brick wall contains a tiled artwork, a caged light, and even a flying mint motorbike along with a headlamp, which deviates from the traditional aesthetic of industrial metal wall art. Gray floorboards add a touch of sophistication, while a similarly colored bed frame is covered with patterns and black. Finishing touches are a standing metal light and a mint chair.
Gathering the sunlight
Keep the bedroom bright and airy by filling it with sunlight from factory windows. A platform bed with gray and velvet accessories keeps up the industrial theme. A knitted ottoman, several floor lamps and a leaning photo were used as decoration while the brown chair matched the tones of the room. All of it ties up the entire room with a modern yet cozy feeling.
Under-the-basement urban bedroom
What takes up the most of the space of this under-the-basement industrial-themed bedroom is monochrome photographs of famous people and quotes. A huge old British flag on the background exudes the classical and warehouse-like feelings.
Brighter colors mix
This bedroom is decorated by mixing white and gray hue in a suitable way to make something brighter with more light. That includes white brick walls with gray wooden floors along with LED lights and some artistic paintings. To add more scene, different-level platforms, white-painted metal staircase and an indoor tree are placed in the back.
Wooden wall panel
Wooden wall panels can be used to replace the wall part on the bed head like this industrial style bedroom. A hanging chandelier lights up the whole space at night while a large glass door provides enough sunlight for the day. A small lemon-yellow chest matches perfectly with a sky-blue rug to make the room more vivid and lively.
Concrete screen wall
This bedroom feels industrial and chic as the windows are replaced by concrete screen walls. While still providing enough sunlight, this perforated wall creates circles of light in the room which matches with the headboard of the bed. Sliding-door wardrobe with rusty, faint paint color completes the industrial look of this room.
Link with Art-deco style
When you are so over traditional factory-themed design, you may try mixing art-deco within industrial interiors. In this bedroom, basic wooden floors, concrete ceilings and each piece of furniture blends in as a perfect mix-and-match. A wooden maze shape artwork with a vintage painting makes the wall more vivid and less blunt. The room is designed to meet both resting and welcoming guests. That includes a metal table and a TV cabinet with a wooden bookcase to finish this factory bedroom.
Black and white tones work perfectly with gray brick walls that make a modern yet warehouse look. Typography and architecture artworks with black and white with a little blue combining together. White sheets sit on black leather with black and wooden accessories. Furthermore, dark and light colors of feather rug, iron pipe with white ceramic floor tie everything together.
Going for fancy touches
Raw and strong features of a factory-themed bedroom can be replaced by elegant, classy feels if you combine it with these fancy touches. Two bubble pendants, gray brick wall, velvet relaxed chair and rug with gilded details across the room make a perfect picture of a fancy yet strong and masculined resting space of an industrial bedroom.
With the king size bed, wall length headboard, and magnificent light fixtures next to the bed, this urban-style bedroom exudes elegance. In this enormous industrial modern bedroom, you can not love the way the candle is placed next to the chair which gives the space more energy when waking up as well as beckons the sleeper to bed.