While modern country houses include many white, shiny stainless steel surfaces, industrial farms feature more burnished finishes, darker mixed metals, and pieces of wood with vivid edges (a style in which the edges are not straight, but show the shape that the tree would naturally take). The industrialist has the side of the city when the citizen uses it the most. Whereas the farmhouse looks a lot like a village style that uses wood for most of the furniture. So how do we mix it up? Let's see below how you can have a great idea of how to decorate the house.
If industrial elegance is nostalgic for the days when American cities were at their most powerful, Farmhouse Modern is nostalgic for the hand-built American aesthetic, found in small towns and isolated farms that dot the rural landscape. The classic design of country houses has stood the test of time and has evolved into today's modern farmhouse style, which is cozy, comfortable and with a timeless freshness. This style consists of taking the farm out of the farm, it is much more urban than rural, but rescuing many of the design elements that make the aesthetic of the farm fresh, practical and timeless. The modern design of a country house takes the comfortable, relaxed farmhouse style and adds modern touches, such as smooth lines, bright details, and neutral color combinations.
The industrial farmhouse style combines a comfortable and welcoming farmhouse environment with the bold and robust lines of the industrial style. Industrial decoration for farms: Sometimes it's a good idea to combine opposite styles when decorating the house, for example, using industrial and farm products at the same time.