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Industrial Minimalism: Designing Clean and Simple Pipe Furniture

Industrial Minimalism: Designing Clean and Simple Pipe Furniture

 Industrial-style furniture has been a popular trend for years, thanks to its raw and unique aesthetic. It’s characterized by clean lines, simple forms, and an emphasis on functionality. If you’re looking to refresh your home decor with something that adds character to your home while maintaining a clean and simple design, then industrial minimalism might be the perfect fit for you. This look is easy to achieve with your DIY pipe furniture. But before we dive in on how to achieve this look, we’ll need to understand what industrial minimalism is first.

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What is Industrial Minimalism?

Industrial minimalism combines the raw and edgy elements of industrial design with the simplicity and functionality of minimalism. It’s all about creating a clean and uncluttered space while still incorporating unique and interesting pieces that give the room character. The key to achieving this style is to focus on the materials and shapes of each piece, rather than excessive embellishments or decorations. 

 

How to Achieve the Industrial Minimalist Design?

Achieving this look is easy. All it needs is the right approach to create the industrial-minimalist look. Here are some tips on how to do it.

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Choosing The Right Materials

It’s essential to choose the right materials you choose for your DIY pipe furniture to achieve an industrial minimalist look. Focus on raw and natural materials like metal, wood, and concrete. Keep in mind that these materials can be rough and unfinished, as this will add to the overall aesthetic.

Instead of going with the regular silver pipes, choose black or galvanized pipes for your next DIY project as these have a more industrial look and feel.

 

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Keep It Simple

You don’t always have to go big when coming up with your designs. Sometimes, it’s best to keep it simple. Focus on the basic shape and form of the piece you’re building and avoid adding unnecessary embellishments that can detract from the overall look of the piece.

Pipes can be bent and shaped to create unique and interesting structures that add character to the furniture you’re creating. Aesthetics is important when designing, but you need to always keep in mind that the structure of the piece should still be functional and serve a purpose.

 

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Adding Texture and Contrast

Texture and contrast are essential elements of industrial-minimalist design. The combination of the rough and unfinished texture of metal and wood creates a beautiful contrast against smooth surfaces such as concrete or glass.

Consider incorporating different textures and materials into your DIY pipe furniture projects.

 

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Lighting

One important element to industrial-minimalist design that many seem to leave as an afterthought is the lighting. Incorporating unique and interesting light fixtures like DIY pendant lights or exposed bulb fixtures to add character to your space while still maintaining a clean and simple design.

If you’re in the market for light fixtures with interesting and unique designs, check out table lamps and floor lamps from PIPE DECOR®. These are made with industrial pipes and fittings which go well with the industrial-minimalist aesthetic.

 

Color

When it comes to color, the industrial-minimalist design typically incorporates neutral colors and muted tones like white, gray, black, and brown. These work well together to create a clean and cohesive look. You can also add a pop of color by using a muted tone like mustard or olive green to add more visual interest to your space.

In conclusion, industrial minimalism is all about clean and uncluttered spaces that incorporate unique and interesting pieces to give the room character. Remember to focus on raw and natural materials, simple designs, and incorporating texture and contrast to achieve a beautiful industrial-minimalist design in your DIY pipe furniture projects.

 

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