Here's our insider's guide to
help you update your space with
this contemporary take on the
Softly does it
Soften the style with
feather print cushions
in feel-good fabrics with
scene stealing patterns.
They're great for
creating a more homely,
less edgy feel.
Add some contrast and
go creative with pops of
uplifting colour like deep
cornflower blue, amber
and orange to give Urban
Chic a visual lift.
Industrial style canisters,
chunky chopping boards and
mechanical scales tick all the
style boxes and are a great
way to give your kitchen a
touch of Urban Chic.
Rustic wood cabinets
and typo prints are
key bathroom pieces
and center pieces for
Show your industrial metal
with the minimalist style of this
pendant cable light fitting with
neat black cord and a 1 metre
drop. Style and substance.
Inspired by an early twentieth
century design, this vintage jar
lamp is a great way to go
back to the future.
Key pieces to get the look
Any space can take on the Urban Chic look with the right combination of
lighting, furniture and accessories. You can add a few industrial trimmings
to your current look without having to overhaul every room.
Get the exposed brickwork vibe by
hanging some clever wallpaper that
looks like a whitewashed brick wall.
Perfect for a feature wall.
Go retro in style but not
technology with a vintage revival
DAB radio with leather cloth finish
and wood effect sides.
Perfect for adding sparkly brightness
without taking up a great deal of space,
with a metal base to add warmth and
make a style statement.
Get on board the industrial trend
with this quirky piece of wall art. After
all, every scheme needs at least one
vintage clock in the mix.
Recreate the look of a geometric
tiled floor with a low maintenance
durable Geo flat weave rug, in a
beautifully neutral shade.
If you're looking for a stylish
new chair that will look good and
work well in your home office,
Brooklyn is a great choice.
Put the spotlight
on some really cool
lighting with this
double ring design with
an exposed bulb. Who
needs a shade when
you can have such a
Dark woods are a must-have and
a really easy way to create that
warehouse feel. Go for chunky
cabinets and grainy bedside
tables (the grainier the better) for
instant Urban Chic appeal.
3 Golden rules for decorating
Think greys, charcoals and whites, then
add some warmth with wood tones
and build some layers of rustic tones
and accents. Accessories in shades of
brown, stone and taupe are just perfect
and will lift the tone.
Think mixed metals with metallic
lighting, metal bedframes and
metallic details on cabinet fronts.
This is a great way to bring out the
luxe element that characterises this
new industrial style.
One quick way to introduce some
industrial flair is with lighting. You
can go vintage with pendant cable
lights or a tripod task lamp. Or opt
for a modern feel with geo designs in
warm metals like copper and brass.
Ideal for small spaces
We've put together a special collection
that's perfect for smaller homes and
streamlined flats and apartments. Here are
our top picks with great features and storage
plus some handy tips to help you open up
Adding a mirror will instantly
make a small space feel bigger
and lighter. Try a 'leaner' like
our Morgan mirror and move it
round from room to room.
Storage is key for smaller spaces and the
Alma compact sideboard has plenty of
space to keep clutterat bay and display
your prized possessions on top.
The Westbay solid wood bathroom
cabinet has lots of space for your
essential lotions and potions and open
shelves so you proudly put your best
co-ordinating towels on display.
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