Nothing tickles the appetite better than a tasteful atmosphere—the kind that sends you to a feeling of indulgence as if you're sitting inside your favourite restaurant. Something like a wood-lined space, decorated with a large sweeping bar and exposed pipes; these features create a naturally inventive dining that portrays experiences of a happy meal. And since more and more restaurants are choosing industrial decor for their interior design, why not adapt it to your own and bring the same experience to the table?
You might not get Michelin stars awarded to your space, but you get to satisfy both food and visual cravings from your friends and family. And that's about the same thing, right? We’re listing a few of our favourite restaurants with industrial décor, and a few tips on how you can cop off the similar look!
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Flash your Menu of the Day in giant letters in this retro inspired interior design. Here, you get to use vintage metal stools and old wooden tables paired with spotlights and track lights. For the best effect, hang a pendant lamp above the centre of the table! The blackboard is when you're in the mood to be creative; let them know what's up for dinner by writing it in a fast dash.
Hanging cage lights glimmer like diamonds in this fresh, sophisticated industrial decor. The space comes alive with tall, leafy trees that provides a tropical flair in the otherwise grim concrete. You too, can embellish your dull dining areas with lush plants to bring out a nice splash of colour and an organic atmosphere your family will love. Similar lights: Industrial Bunker Cage Light Pendant
Enjoy the minimalist beauty of concrete and exposed pipes by sticking to a neutral, muted palette of whites and greys. Glam up your interior design with shades of black, just like this classy dining area. Kohl-coloured pendant lamps and stools add a sophisticated touch to this urban contemporary space. And the best part? These colours can be easily paired with just about anything, so you can highlight your favourite art pieces on the wall!
Bring it on, bricks!
No, don't be afraid of using exposed bricks. Use the texture to create a cosy atmosphere by implementing smooth textures, such as carved wood, polished metals, and glass. Pair it up with leather couches for a more comfortable dining experience. We think that the best way to soften the appearance of this rather masculine interior design is to embellish it with ambient string lights! Similar Lights: Cage Pendant Light, Mill Pendant Lights,
If you want something unusual, this industrial decor will suit you. Featuring a wonderful blend of dark coloured wooden tones and beautiful drop pendant lights, your dining area will look highly in-vogue with this restaurant's interior design. Highlight the space with a wooden bar paired with chairs of the same palette for a monochromatic look.
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