Rustic Chic Furniture Vs Industrial Decor Style
What do you think when I say rustic chic furniture? Do you think of a farmhouse, a wooden cabin felt with wooden tables and open beams? Or do you think of a blanket, picking up distressed wood with chicken wire and galvanized metal? Both descriptions are true when talking about rural chic.
Well, what do you think when saying industrial design style? Do you think of hardwoods, pipes and other metals? Maybe dark colors, neutrals, old typewriters, and wood burning stoves? If so they have the right industrial design idea. Both rural chic design and industrial design have common elements but also have their own distinctions. Let’s look at each one individually and maybe we can really see the difference.
The rustic chic design is lighter, more feminine, and focuses on the color of natural wood or light stains. Like bright colored paint and depressed jungle. Decorative items include unsuitable hardware, chicken wire, galvanized (rusted) metal, exposed wooden beams, and special wood furniture. The easiest way for me to remember the rural chic is to think of the perfect little farmhouse in a meadow with simple colors and junk. The industrial design is darker and more masculine. It has dark neutral colors and dark woods. It combines many metals that are polished or brushed.