Bare Industrial Penthouse With Earthy Tones
It’s difficult to imagine an industrial penthouse designed in such a style – but here it is, a Manhattan penthouse in a 19th century building. The designers used as many natural materials as they could, and mostly dark ones, though the interiors don’t look gloomy. The walls are mostly concrete, raw and unpolished to create an atmosphere. Lots of natural wood and stone used in décor continue the idea of the designer, and all of them look raw and industrial-like. The special feature of the penthouse is that it isn’t cluttered, there isn’t much furniture and the open floor plan makes the apartment look even more spacious. The color scheme is natural and earthy, even the color accents are dusty. Everything feels cool, and I’m sure every part of the penthouse actually does feel cool, especially to the touch.
The wooden décor makes the room feel real and raw for the owner, and the entirety of the house comes together to bring a sense of living in a different time period altogether. Set aside from a previous generation, this industrial penthouse aims to please.
Even the bathroom feels rustic, features concrete tabletops and walls. Careful for that floor, as it’s made completely of concrete too. That’ll be cold.