The third most popular trend that we’ve seen this year is for industrial, albeit a moderated version of what one would traditionally associate with this style.
Industrial has of course been around for many years and you’d typically picture in your mind this style being deployed in a converted warehouse in the East End of London, complete with exposed brick walls. Whilst this is sometimes still the case, a softened version is also being used in more moderate surrounds, to really great effect.
It’s very much a similar situation to Scandi in that it’s becoming more common and acceptable to ‘dip in’ to industrial for some elements that you like, such as the furniture, without the need to ‘fully commit’ to the style in its entirety.
In fact, high street stores are now stocking an increasing array of industrial-influenced furnishings and this is a sure sign that the trend has gone mainstream.