This is my first industrial style project inspired by my last profile picture. This idea was originally presented by Clementine M and given as a challenge to me. It was a little bit difficult at first because I've only focused on modern styles and I've never worked with wood, metal, brick and other industrial materials before (I still added a touch of modern. LOL). But, I managed to pull off a lot in this design making it the biggest project I've ever worked on and I'm quite pleased with the result. It was a pleasure working in the industrial aspect and now ENJOY!
Cover & Introduction
The Master Bathroom on the second floor. It connects to the Master Bedroom.
2nd floor staircase with some dim lighting for a soothing feel
The 3rd floor bathroom is dark but the walls are meant to give that industrial style with a bit of mystery incorporated.
The Master Bedroom. Thought I'd try something new by elevating the bed and it actually turned out to be so nice!!!
This door on the left leads to the Master Bathroom. I know it's a bit dark but I thought it creates that offset and contrast that the design needs.
Yes, it's dark but I thought that it'd be nice to have this darkness and the surprise of light from the Courtyard.
These cubes on the fountain backboard are all metal.
Honestly, I took this photo by accident. I didn't know that it'd turn out so pretty and I'm glad I accidentally clicked render.
This idea came to me quite suddenly when I was hovering in the render mode and moving around until this angle caught my eye and I just had to render from this angle.
The bar, in its overall state.
This ice bucket and cocktail shaker looked so good, that it was a must to add this as an accessory to the bar.
The guest bedroom for 2 that has metal walls.
First floor bathroom with a view
It took me about an hour and a half to create this wall. If you're wondering, I did this in customized modelling and it was some rigorous work. LoL 😂
I just played around with the arrangement of the paintings when I was setting this up and this ended up to be the result. Seriously, I'm not joking!
Although these flowers don't blend in with the rough, silver, metallic tones, I thought it'd give the living room some extra flavor.
The wall panel was also created in customized modelling. The fireplace is actually taken from the catalog but expanded and enlarged.
If you notice, the ceiling light isn't giving off any light. It's just there as deco. The wall panel is giving off all the light you see.
I was wondering what to add because the space behind the staircase was so empty so I added in a reading nook. It's not a lot but it's very cozy and gives off that industrial style.
I honestly couldn't decide what to use for lighting in the first place because I didn't want the ceiling light to block the fireplace. So, I used floor lamps to bring some light into the dining room and add some flavor by making them look like mini arches.