Industrial chic backdrops aren’t reserved for foregrounds of urban modern style. They can take on many flavours, from chic vintage or colourful eclectic to monochrome Scandi or Asian inspired. Raw concrete can bring a new edge to just about any aesthetic, just like these two Bohemian interiors with Moroccan influence. Exposed brickwork and concrete almost go amiss amongst the variety of vibrant coloured solo furniture pieces and mixture of eye-catching patterns that flow through every aspect of each room. There is a fun indie interior vibe here, particularly in home number one where we find towering movie murals taking up residence over strong hued feature walls.
The TV wall opposite the sofa, and a casual dining bar area beneath a
A TV feature wall achieves fun individuality with a bright blue wall mounted console set against rustic wood planks. A chrome
Delicate springtime sprigs in a tinted glass vase inhabit the other side of the media unit.
A relaxed window seat has been created with a padded seat cushion and colourful pillows. Frosted doors obscure the closet contents, which are lit by LED lighting panels within.
Warm LED lighting glows through the cracks between wood planking on the TV feature wall.
This alternative take on the bedroom scheme shows the wooden wall planks behind the TV turned on their side to create a horizontal stack. A Moroccan mirror hangs on the back of a decoratively carved, blue painted door.
The alternative headboard feature wall is covered in a more subdued traditional print. Zany prints prevail on the bed cushions and window
Back to the room visual with the brighter headboard fabric, the door is a distressed wooden affair with a more plain rectangular mirror. Storage drawers beneath the bed are woven rattan.
The concrete bathroom receives an colour injection from bold blue and green ceramic, with a copper accent overlay.
Cult movie characters, Jay and Silent Bob, look down from their towering mural over a cobalt blue feature wall in the hallway. A floral surround carries the design onto the adjacent wall and door. A set of wooden cupboard doors are accessorised with large Moroccan tassel handles. The hallway floor is a glazed mixture of cobalt blue, jade green and copper ceramic tile.
Bespoke cabin beds have been fashioned in a metal and wood industrial style. Shelves have been built into a central wooden wall that provides privacy to each sleeper.
Chalkboard paint creates a doodle zone by the kids’ desk. An area rug warms the cold concrete floor.
A rustic double workstation spans the window, equipped with two matching wooden desk lamps.
A red false wall and soffit design has cutaway sections that throw light over the two cabin beds.
Mirrored cabinet doors conceal storage space above the wall hung green toilet. A wall mounted toilet brush keeps the floor completely clear of clutter.
Blue and red walls meet without pause in the home entryway, under a solid red ceiling. Moroccan mirrors flank the front door.
In our second boho industrial home, an exposed brick wall holds
A mishmash of textiles in orange and blue colourways upholster a low-slung sectional sofa. A second piece of wooden wall decor adds interest in the entrance hallway.
A selection of
A blue bread bin and canisters match with the