industrial loft interior design mood board get the look

I have this vision of an Industrial Loft apartment that I would love to bring to life and live in. My dream loft would have white plaster walls with a pale gray painted floor. The ceiling would be a weathered gray wood with exposed beams to match. I’ve always wanted black factory windows so, those would definitely be part of the design. For furniture, white modern pieces would be my pick with a few small pieces in wood and terra cotta for a warm accent. Then, I would want some black details with enamel pendant lights and vintage photographs. To keep this look from being too industrial, I would add lots of live plants for an inviting pop of green.

These are the pieces I used to create the ‘Industrial Loft’ mood board…

1.Viceroy Pendant | 2. Philodendron Plant | 3. Black Factory Windows | 4. Aqua Virgo Dining Table | 5. Walnut Dining Chair | 6. Weathered Wood PlanksWhite Wall PaintGray Floor Paint | 7. Terracotta Pot

Here’s a more complete mood board with paint palette and more furniture pieces to bring this design to life.

industrial loft interior design mood board

1.Viceroy Pendant | 2. Black Factory Windows | 3. Antique Books | 4. Modern Sideboard | 5. Walnut Dining Chair | 6. Philodendron Plant | 7. Terracotta Pot | 8. Prickly Pear Cactus | 9. Aqua Virgo Dining Table | 10. Cylinder Planter | 11. Sunbaker Print | 12. Weathered Wood Planks | 13. White Wall Paint | 14. Gray Floor Paint | 15. Vintage Chicago Print | 16. Lotus Branch Arrangement

The ‘Industrial Loft’ paint palette is created with creamy white, pale gray and warm gray as the primary colors. The accents are terra cotta, lush green, black and warm brown

industrial loft paint palette

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