Blending two different styles in your interior can be a wise decision to deal with the quick-shifting from a design trend to another. In this post, we will specifically talk about industrial farmhouse living room.
The blending between these two styles is not merely about the trendy look. It is also about the fact that both of them have elements with close similarities. That is why it will not be hard for you to combine them to create an excellent visual in the living room.
This blended style also looks refreshing. When used in a living room, it can even create an inviting visual.
The best thing of all, it is suitable for modern living. The primary reason is that it often offers functionality that is excellent for nowadays people while at the same time also gives an edgy look for attractiveness.
So, if you have a plan to redecorate your living room, you can check out the list of 13 fabulous industrial farmhouse living room ideas that we have collected specially for you. Check out all the designs in the following.
- Open-Style Industrial Farmhouse Living Interior with Oversized Wire Chandelier
- Exposed Wooden Beams in a Living Room with Modern Industrial Farmhouse
- Farmhouse Living Room with Rustic Industrial Coffee Table
- Wall-Size Metal Fireplace in an Open Farmhouse Industrial Living Interior
- Living Room Interior with Farmhouse Furnishing and Industrial Unfinished Concrete Fireplace
- Black Frame Windows for Small Farmhouse Living Room
- Farmhouse Living Room with Bold Exposed Ductwork on the Ceiling
- Industrial Black Iron Frame Coffee Table with Wood Top for Attention Stealer in a Farmhouse Living Room
- Round Industrial Chandelier Hanging on an Exposed Beam in a Farmhouse Industrial Living Room
- Industrial Farmhouse Living with Attractive Iron Wood Stove
- A Farmhouse Touch with Beige L-Shape Sofa in an Industrial-Style Living Room
- Strengthening the Farmhouse Feel in an Industrial Living by Using a Pastel Yellow Chair
- Charming Farmhouse Industrial Living Room Interior with String Bulbs
1. Open-Style Industrial Farmhouse Living Interior with Oversized Wire Chandelier
This modern industrial farmhouse interior is the first excellent design example that you must take a look at. You can see that the choices of materials, furniture pieces, and decorations here represent the mixing between the two styles.
However, we want you to focus more on several items from this interior. The first is the seat selections.
The two beige chairs here are something that we usually find in a farmhouse interior. The color offers a relaxing view that can enhance the coziness of the room.
On the other hand, the L-shaped sofa is a good representation of the modern industrial style. Its contrasting visual created by this seat and the off-white wall behind it is fascinating. FYI, this kind of white is chosen quite a lot in a farmhouse design too.
Besides the seats, we are simply in love with the golden metal coffee table with a glass top in the room’s center. As you may already know, metal is a type of material used quite often in the industrial interior.
Talking about metal material, we want to take a look at the oversized wire chandelier that seems to be the primary source of artificial light in the room. The style is just perfect for any industrial living room interior.
The best thing is that there are lots of wire lighting styles that available right now. To create an even more attractive look, you can pair the lamp with an Edison-style bulb, as done in the pic.
2. Exposed Wooden Beams in a Living Room with Modern Industrial Farmhouse
Here is another fantastic example of farmhouse x industrial living room style. From it, there are also quite a lot of interesting details that we can pay attention to.
Before talking about the others, first, we want you to pay attention to the exposed wood beams on the ceiling. You can also consider this kind of detail for the farmhouse and industrial living room mix if you want to.
The wood beams you see in the picture are even better. If you look closely, it has metal brackets. Small details like this can boost the industrial feel in a farmhouse interior to be stronger.
We love the addition of various unfinished materials in this room. The examples you can look at here are the custom wood cabinets and shelves, exposed red bricks, and the round wood coffee table.
Other than those, there are some other elements that you can get inspired from in making a living room get a farmhouse and an industrial feel at the same time. The off-white walls and ceiling, as well as the beige chairs and area rug, are examples.
Those items can soften the rugged impression resulting from the use of unfinished materials in this interior. Adding something like them can help in making the living room cozier.
3. Farmhouse Living Room with Rustic Industrial Coffee Table
When you see this living room design, we are sure that you notice whether the farmhouse is the prominent style applied here. It is the main styling used in this interior.
The exciting thing is that even though the farmhouse feel is more dominant here, we can still find some items with industrial style becoming accents in the interior. If by any chance you already have a living room with farmhouse style, and you want to update it with the industrial style, you can follow this idea since it will work very well.
From some accents that we can see in the picture, the one that we think to be the most prominent is the coffee table. The wood top is more than enough to emit the industrial feel. It gets even better because the table also comes with metal wheels.
The next thing that you must pay attention to in this design is the dark window frame. We do not know the exact paint or stain color used here, but it looks black. FYI, a dark frame like this is another excellent detail you can use to build an industrial feel in a mixed-style living room design.
Lastly, from this design, we want you to look at the choices of artificial lighting used here, particularly the floor lamp and wall sconce. Both of them have a highly similar tone for the shades, perfect for the farmhouse style.
Besides, the floor lamp’s stand and the accordion arm of the wall sconce are from metal. Those details then become other details in the interior that match the industrial style.
4. Wall-Size Metal Fireplace in an Open Farmhouse Industrial Living Interior
When talking about the blending between the two styles, we can say that this interior is already excellent in that case. We can see it from the choices of color, materials, furniture pieces, and even decorations.
Instead of all those, we want to focus more on one element that arrested our attention from first sight. Yes, we are talking about the fireplace of this farmhouse industrial living room.
The combination between the material and the size makes this element prominent in the open-style living room. At the same time, it even works as an accent wall as well as a divider.
The fact that the whole surround is from metal material builds up a strong industrial feel. We do not know the exact type of material used here, but it looks very similar to patinated metal, maybe steel.
The built-in wood storage on the lower part of the fireplace perfects everything. It somehow creates a cozy and warm impression that emits to the whole interior.
5. Living Room Interior with Farmhouse Furnishing and Industrial Unfinished Concrete Fireplace
In this next idea, we will still talk about the fireplace design you can use in farmhouse industrial living room interiors. The difference is that the material used here is not metal but unfinished concrete.
If you want a more prominent industrial feel in the living room, considering an element like this can also be an excellent idea to try. You can even apply it to the wall design if you want to.
Let us look a bit closer at the details of the fireplace design shown in this picture. Although concrete is the most dominant material here, as you can see, there are also some wood elements from the wood storage and the built-in shelf under the fireplace that is functional for placing books and decorations.
The pairing between the concrete and wood here matches the blending between the two interior styles excellently. In other words, they represent both the farmhouse and industrial look.
Besides the fascinating fireplace design, there are some other details that we want you to pay attention to from this living room interior design. The first is the choice of bone-white sofas that are also decorated with pillows in compatible colors. They not only emit the farmhouse feel but also make the living room look super cozy.
The next is the leather ottoman. We love how it also functions as the coffee table in the room. Another thing that we are fond of about it is the leather and wood materials that excellently match both industrial and farmhouse styles. FYI, it is the Caden Rectangle Leather Ottoman from the Pottery Barn.
6. Black Frame Windows for Small Farmhouse Living Room
We already mentioned it previously but let us give you an even clearer design idea. It is the use of a black frame in a farmhouse living room design.
It is something that can easily add an attractive industrial touch to the interior. So, if by any chance you have a farmhouse living room, you can use this idea to blend both styles.
In the picture, you can see an excellent example. Here, the black-framed windows are not only found on the one connected to the house’s exterior. As you can see, there is also an interior transom that has the same color and looks.
The coordinating value of the design gets even better because there is another element that also looks similar. It is none other but the fireplace.
Away from the use of black frames in this small farmhouse-industrial living room, there is still one thing that we cannot miss. It is a rectangular coffee table made from concrete material, perfect for building up an industrial feel in the interior.
7. Farmhouse Living Room with Bold Exposed Ductwork on the Ceiling
In industrial interior design, exposed pipes that are parts of the building constructions often become attractive details that many designers use. However, since the room that we talk about is a living, it seems to be not that easy to include this element since pipes are found more often near the kitchen or kitchen.
In the living room, there is another alternative that is just as good as that. It is none other but exposed ductwork, which is part of the house’s ventilation, heating, and air conditioning system.
If this part is usually covered in any other interior styles, in industrial design, the case is different. Ductwork can be an attractive point that should be exposed instead of hidden. You can see it in the picture above as an example.
8. Industrial Black Iron Frame Coffee Table with Wood Top for Attention Stealer in a Farmhouse Living Room
Here is another example of a balanced combination between the farmhouse and industrial interior styles. At a glance, the use of off-white and some other earthy neutral tones in there seems to be dominating. However, the designer added smaller items to give strong industrial accents in there too.
The first item that we love is, again and again, the coffee table. It has a black frame and wood top. Something like this may look simple, but it effectively becomes something to steal the room’s attention.
The next items that also work as industrial accents here are the lamps. All of them are from metal, although the styles and colors are different from one to another.
There is also an unfinished fireplace with a black firebox. This element’s location is in the center, that there is a chance for it again to be the center of attention.
Lastly, there is a pair of cowhide chairs with wooden frames which tone is quite similar to the one used for the built-in shelves near the fireplace. They are perfect for the blended styles.
9. Round Industrial Chandelier Hanging on an Exposed Beam in a Farmhouse Industrial Living Room
Earlier, we already talked a bit about the type of lighting you can include in the farmhouse x industrial living room interior. This part will show you another example of a fabulous fixture that can perfect the style.
We talk about the round industrial chandelier, just like the one that you can see installed on the exposed wood beam in the picture. It looks so elegant in its simplicity.
Some design variations are available for this lighting fixture concerning the bulbs installed in it. The ones shown in the pic are Edison-style bulbs. In some other variations, they come in the form that looks like candles.
No matter what type of bulb that you choose for this kind of round industrial chandelier, the sure thing is that it can enhance the style value in the blended living room styles. Besides, it can also build up a cozy ambiance when lighted up.
So, if you want to update the farmhouse living room in your house, you can do it in a simple way. The example is by changing the old chandelier in there with the round industrial one.
10. Industrial Farmhouse Living with Attractive Iron Wood Stove
This living room shown in the picture is one of our favorites. It clearly shows the pairing between industrial and farmhouse style in a space.
This time, let us focus on something more specific since we already discussed everything else before. The item we meant is the attractive iron wood stove, like the one you see in the pic.
Something like this is an excellent alternative to the traditional fireplace. It is not only because of the function but also because of the extraordinary look.
We love the one shown in the picture. It has a style that matches the blended living room design and the black color that matches the color scheme in the interior.
We also love the wood storage placed right under it. The black metal material matches the wood stove well. It also looks quite simple so that it does not look overpowering in the relatively small interior.
11. A Farmhouse Touch with Beige L-Shape Sofa in an Industrial-Style Living Room
When you have an industrial living room dominated by dark tones, you may find it too dark after some time. The existence of industrial elements in there can also make it look too rugged.
In this case, adding some farmhouse-style items can help. Doing something like this can enhance the coziness in the interior.
Please take a look at the picture. As you can see, this living room interior is dominated by dark tones that come from the exposed brick walls and concrete floor.
Other than those, there are also many industrial elements and decorations that you can notice here. Those include exposed beams, wood ceiling, custom light fixture, metal side table, and wooden coffee table.
The existence of the beige L-shaped sofa and the tufted ottoman here plays an important role. As you can see here, it looks bright in the living room interior without being too popping.
The color choices of the sofa and ottoman give a farmhouse touch to the industrial space. The more important thing is that they also enhance the comfort value there.
12. Strengthening the Farmhouse Feel in an Industrial Living by Using a Pastel Yellow Chair
Here is another interesting example that you must take a look at. If seen from the color options, this living room is already filled with light colors that are excellent for emitting the farmhouse ambiance.
However, as you can see, the exposed beams, cables, and pipes on the ceiling are just too prominent. They show an intense industrial look.
If you have a similar situation in the picture, you can find a simple yet effective solution. It is none other but adding pastel accents to the room. The example shown here is the pastel yellow chair.
The choice of yellow tone here is just wise. This way, the chair can help divert people’s attention so that they will not be too focused on the ceiling.
13. Charming Farmhouse Industrial Living Room Interior with String Bulbs
The last but not least idea is shown in this picture. The exposed brick walls and wood beams on the ceiling are enough to tell about the industrial sense in this living room.
On the other hand, the designer also adds coziness by choosing the white sofa. There is also a small yet effective fur cushion on the swing seat that looks fabulous.
There is a set of string bulbs to brighten up the room when it is dark to complete everything. We love how the room looks so charming with this lighting type and everything else included in the design.
Industrial style offers an impressive visual because of the edginess and rugged impression it has from the most common types of materials usually used in it. On the other hand, the farmhouse style gives softer elements that build up the inviting and welcoming atmosphere and coziness in the interior.
Based on each characteristic, creating an industrial farmhouse living room is an excellent idea to try so you can obtain both looks, function, and ambiance needed for a perfect gathering area. Besides, it can also be the solution for the fast interior design shifting each year. The best thing of all, both styles are so easy to blend.
What do you think about the combination of the industrial and farmhouse styles for the living room ideas that we have shared above? Is there any design that arrests your attention?