When raw materials, scruffy surfaces, and dark tones meet the lush and juicy greens of a jungle, we can refer to it as ‘Industrial Jungle’. Even though the words are truly opposed to each other, the concept applies just perfectly for interior styling. And quite frankly, it resonates a lot with my current interior style. Ok, in my case I would extend the terminology to ‘Industrial Urban Jungle’. Sounds good, right? But let us have a look what I mean with that term.
One of my go-to source for great and affordable furniture and home accessories is Home24. I’ve already blogged about them several times, but today I want to highlight the ‘Industrial Jungle’ styling theme as it resonates with my interior style. To be honest, with my move to the new apartment I was on the hunt for a few new pieces. I found almost everything pretty quickly, but when I was looking for a comfy armchair, it took me quite a while. But I was lucky on Home24! I have to admit, my chosen armchair perfectly fits the theme ‘Industrial Jungle’ but I will reveal that another time.
Today I want to share a few other favorites from the ‘Industrial Jungle’ styling theme of Home24. I have selected a few pieces, among them a fantastic round dining table that looks a lot like mine (see HERE). As you can see, the style is defined by a good mix of natural materials like wood and sturdy metal/steel frames and details. Also cords, raw fixtures, botanical prints, and plants define this style. The colour palette is earthy, not too vibrant and bright. Dashes of green invigorate this rather darker style.
What do you think about the style? Do you have the style at home too? Or would you mix it? I like it a lot as it perfectly matches my love for vintage items, collected pieces, ethnic patterns. Combined with lots of lush plants this looks absolutely viable for an interior to me! Thoughts?
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Photography via Home24