5 Industrial Wallpaper Trends for the Minimalist Lifestyle

Converting industrial spaces into residential living is a popular trend in the world of home design. From warehouse style vibes that focus on structural beams, exposed ductwork and brick all the way to raw materials of iron fixtures or wood beams, have all become design elements commonly used in minimalist decor. Read on about how easy it is to achieve that “unfinished look” with these realistic industrial inspired wallpapers!

The minimalist design movement is here to stay taking home decor back to basics, all the way to the foundation of the home. Cool tones from materials like concrete can be expressed through wallpaper with the ability to add practicality and texture in a minimalist way. Celebrating the constructive elements and materials that form the foundation of a home has become a focal part of our everyday decor.


Wallpaper Pattern: Bindery from Ronald Redding Designs


Exposing the structural components of a home has become a much sought after design feature. Open spaces and high ceilings allow the walls to tell a story; and who doesn’t love a good story? What was once covered up is now taking the spotlight, and with faux brick wallpaper, history and character come alive.

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Wallpaper Pattern: Brick Alley Peel and Stick Wallpaper


Minimalist decor starts with a blank canvas. Begin by adding a cool, textural component like a concrete inspired wallpaper to instantly add a chic and sophisticated vibe while staying true to a minimalist tone.


Wallpaper Pattern: Gladstone Wallpaper


What better way to make an impact visually in your space than adding a Stuccoed Brick style Wallpaper? Walls will quickly become a focal point with this simple brick design, providing dimension and character.

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Wallpaper Pattern: Brick Alley from York


Have fun with your minimalist style and give walls a boost character with Street Art Wallpaper. Edgy vibes combined with contrasting modern decor, creates an atmosphere of warmth and sophistication without being too serious.

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If simple industrial style decor is up your alley, but the price tag that comes along with owning that space isn’t, we’ve got you covered...literally. Browse our patterns and discover how easy it is to transform your space into the style you've always dreamed of. 


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