After the Milan Design Week, we take our weekly inspirations even more full of energy and creative stimuli.
The trends that are emerging are going in the direction of a mixture of styles, which enrich each other.
The Australian studio The White Room, which we present today, is a perfect mix of industrial and vintage style with a hint of shabby chic, given by the predominance of white and some furniture with a lived-in look.
The apartment, located in the city of Melbourne, was part of an old mattress factory and for this reason has very interesting industrial details, which the interior designer Lynda Gardener has been able to exploit.
The house, rented for pleasant stays in the city, is composed of a kitchenette, a study area, a bedroom, and a bathroom.
The industrial style is made even more special by using the total white of shabby chic, but also typical of the Scandinavian style. An interesting solution to mix the most popular trends, finding a completely personal balance.
The palette is white and anthracite gray, together with the “aged” textures, the linen fabrics, the bleached wood, create a warm and very relaxing atmosphere. Romanticism in Shabby chic style meets the originality of Industrial Style while maintaining a correct balance.
The brick effect walls, the exposed brick painted in white, form the background creating a city and cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Perfect harmony between the various elements, which follows different trends with a personal taste.