Get An Industrial Style Dining Room!
An Industrial style dining room is easy to achieve with a few easy-to-follow style tips and some Industrial style furniture. We've got you covered with lots of ideas and inspiration.
What Is The Industrial Style?
The Industrial style in interior design is inspired by the Industrial Revolution period of history and the factories built in the 19th and 20th centuries. The style features a lot of iron, scrubbed wood, concrete and bricks. We also see large, uncluttered spaces to reflect warehouses and machinery rooms with this style. So, for dining rooms, this looks like simple shapes, a mix of brick, wood, black metal and steel, with the occasional pops of green and gold, and pendant-hanging light fixings.
We'll break down our Industrial style tips and inspiration into a few categories, so be sure to scroll down!
Industrial Style Dining Room Inspo #1 - Wood & Black
Mixing warm natural tones of wood with stark black metal is a really striking combination. It creates contrast and drama that will instantly capture that Industrial style! We've got some gorgeous wood-effect and black metal dining tables, which create this look.
Our Kylo wood-effect and black metal table is very Industrial! Here, our customer has paired the Kylo with our slick black faux-leather Corona dining chairs which have elegant, tapered black legs. Shop this look here!
Here's our Kylo table again, this time paired with our new grey fabric-upholstered Halle chairs (coming very soon!). The simple shapes and black hairpin chair legs also create an Industrial look with a bit of additional texture. That's our gold-framed round Emma mirror on the far wall, too. Industrial design styles can be a bit dark, so adding natural light with mirrors is a great idea, too.
Here's our Taranto oak-effect table which has a trestle table look. It's got gold geometric legs and, when paired with all-black faux leather dining chairs like our black Corona's, has a very Industrial look. You can also see how black, wood and gold accessories with simple shapes can add to the look. Shop this combination!
Industrial Style Dining Room Inspo #2 - Glass, Black Metal & Beige
You can achieve that contrasting look of wood and black by using other warm wood-toned accents along with simple clear glass and black metal. Our cappuccino beige faux leather chairs will add the warmth and contrast of wood, while clear glass will keep a room feeling lighter and airier. Because the Industrial style can often be quite dark, clear glass can be an airier alternative to wood surfaces, and glass with black metal can still capture the Industrial vibe.
Our Pisa clear glass dining table has tapered black metal legs, which perfectly match our Corona chairs which also have tapered black legs. Shop this combination!
The Cascina round glass dining table has structural "folded" hairpin black metal legs which have that Industrial look. Here, @plot_194 has paired with 2 of our cappuccino beige faux-leather Corona dining chairs with black legs. Shop this look!
Another glass rectangular table with black legs - our Leonardo table with black metal nested legs that create a starburst look. The straight lines of the table look great with our tall-back Milan chairs with black legs, here in cappuccino beige. Shop this style!
Industrial Style Dining Room Inspo #3 - Black & Green
Another colour combination that really screams Industrial vibes with a touch of luxury is combining black wood or metal with green velvet. This also creates a bit of contrast and the velvet adds some texture.
Here, a black wood table has been paired with green velvet dining chairs with gold tapered legs. The accessories in gold and the big leafy green potted plants all combine to create a classy Industrial look. Shop these chairs!
This is our popular Novara design - a round glass dining table, with black metal nested legs in a starburst shape. We've paired them with the black leg green velvet Pesaro chairs to get an airier Industrial look. Shop this set!
This look combines wood, black metal and green velvet for a really decadent Industrial look. That's our Santorini round wood-effect table with eye-catching folded black metal legs, and 4 Pesaro green velvet chairs with black tapered legs. Shop this combination!
Industrial Style Dining Room Inspo #4 - Mixing It Up
Here are some other ideas and products using the colour palettes we've already discussed!
This is our Boston bar table in wood ad black metal! This is a great space-saving dining room idea! Our customer julieannsmithstudio has paired the Boston table with their own black and rattan tall bar stool chairs, and the sage-green paint with the black and cream gives this a lighter Industrial look. Shop our Boston table.
Our tall back Milan chairs in black faux leather have been paired with a dark wood and black metal table bere for a really on-trend Industrial look. Shop these chairs!
This dining area has opted for a brighter Industrial look featuring more greys and white tones. This open plan area has a marble-effect table with black starburst legs and matched it with 6 of our Corona grey faux leather chairs with tapered black legs. This table is quite similar to our Andria, which would also create this look. Shop the Andria with 6 Coronas here!
Industria Industrial Style Dining Room Inspo #4 - Finishing Touches
And to wrap your on-trend Industrial dining room up, how about some accessories?
Our Alberto Industrial wire-frame pendant hanging light fixing with an exposed bulb.
The Boston Industrial Black Steel Rectangle Table Lamp with an exposed bulb.
Bounce some natural light around your dark and moody Industrial dining room with our Elizabeth small black chappel window style round wall mirror.
Or go for our Emma mirror - a simple, minimalist round wall mirror with a black frame.
Adding a patterned rug in a distressed finish will add some contrast and texture to your Industrial dining room. Our shabby chic and vintage-inspired rugs would be a great addition.
Alternatively, an artsy textured rug in shades of black, charcoal and cream could add some Industrial soft touches to your dining area.