Are you the coolest person you know? Then you’re probably already living with this style.
I love the edginess and vibrancy of rock’n’roll and industrial interiors. They always seem to belong to the hip party girl (or dude). There are some tricks to creating this look in your home. It generally works best in a warehouse or loft conversion, but it can be translated into various interiors with a lot of punchy impact. And the great thing is – recycled objects are the key to rocking this look.
Exposed brickwork really adds some grit (literally!) to this look. The contrast between the rough brick and the smooth fabric is what makes it work.
You don’t want to look as though you tried too hard - I mean you’re too busy to care whether or not you see the plumbing. Let it all hang out. Pipework, brickwork, airconditioning ducts and anything structural – if it’s usually hidden, this look has it all out on display.
I’m not sure whether this is the design equivalent of celebrities without underwear?
This look has wood and other surfaces that aren’t slick and finished. Don’t worry if paint is peeling – it all adds character.
Despite all the rough and unkempt surfaces, remember you are a rock chick. You’re rich, right? So you need some very beautiful and sleek pieces for contrast. The concrete prevents the pink chaise from look girly. And the pink elegance makes the concrete look chosen (rather than unfinished and cheap).
Industrial accessories make you look cool because you recognise the beauty even in the rough. And you recycle!
Add a flag (or two!)
Flags are an essential part of industrial and rock decor. They can appear as rugs, hung on walls or covering sofas. Just never on a flag pole.
Just to show you’re still a child at heart, make sure some really expensive toys are on show – whether it is a motorbike, a guitar or a recording studio. You know how to play, and your tastes are expensive!
A floating bed? A door fit for a barn? Throw it into the mix and you’ll have the kind of home that rock stars dream of.