10 Design Ideas for Industrial-Style Kids' Room

Thinking of using this interior design style in your little one's room? Go ahead!

Updated on November 30, 2018 8:11 am

Luisa Wong

Design Ideas For Industrial-Style Kids' Room

Your kids’ room reflect their personality and style. Most of the time, they enjoy having their rooms with lots of fun and entertaining elements. By letting them decide what to decorate their room with and how to style it, you are letting them be who they are—and that has an impact on their growth and development.

With a lot of creativity and imagination, you can help your kid transform their room into something raw yet magical. Not sure if the industrial style will suit their fancy? Check out these rooms for inspiration:

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1. Mix classic bedding choices with industrial and vintage pieces like wrought iron bed, metal stool, and industrial shelving.

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2. The industrial style features a plethora of metal and wood surfaces. Do not be afraid to use earth tones and neutrals. The metal stool used as a table and the wooden chairs create a chic modern room for your kids.

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3. We often see metal and wood incorporated into the same piece in an industrial-themed home. One way to do this in your kid’s space is to have a shelving unit that features metal brackets and tubes finished in polished nickel.

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4. Industrial does not have to be boring at all. You can still infuse your child’s preference by adding elements that they are interested in.

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5. Speaking of interest, this industrial-style safari room has the perfect balance of child-like curiosity and vintage elegance. With just a few tweaks every year, this is the kind of room that they can grow with.

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6. Pops of red everywhere give visual interest to any space, just like how these red metal chairs brought life to this bedroom.

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7. In addition to statement pendant lighting, the presence of metals on walls and doors is another key to highlight the industrial design in your kids’ room.

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8. You can incorporate the industrial vibe in your kids’ room by having furnishings such as stainless steel surfaces, metal light fixtures, and vintage furniture.

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9. This sport vintage room has a combo of industrial wall and lighting, paired with old wooden crates for storage, a vintage desk, and metal chair that give off a rough, industrial feel.

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10. With the exposed duct pipes and metallic sheen, this nursery has an unfinished and raw—but defnitely beautiful—industrial vibe.


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