Those beautiful houses whose photos we see on Instagram, are a great source of inspiration for those of us who like decor. Sometimes designed by decorators or architects, but other times it is the homes of people who want to share their houses through their Instagram accounts. Thinking about this, we have opened this new section of the Blog that we will call “Instagram Houses“, In which we will accompany our readers to visit those houses that their owners decide to show. On this occasion Madeleine Ortega, opens the doors of his house in Holland, a beautiful housing with industrial vintage style we loved it
Madeleine lives in Hengelo, a small town in the Netherlands. Your house shows a decor based on a different version of the vindustrial intage. With touches of green, fantastic textiles of the most varied origins, new and old objects, collectible and rudimentary objects, and a soft ocher palette in perfect harmony with the rough industrial ‘look’ of the clinker, the cement in its raw form, in some walls. Everything in perfect harmony.
Industrial style furniture in a cozy kitchen
The kitchen combines Typical elements of industrial style like huge taps, a wall of brick in sight, countertops made of stainless steel, with other soft objects such as plants and antique accessories made of wood, ceramics and white enameled metal. In this way its owner has been able to use the industrial as a welcoming element.
Each wall of this kitchen speaks a different language. It has been known to combine them to obtain the warmth of the baked clay, the firm gesture of the cut stone tablets that was used as a wall covering on the countertop, and a mustard colored paint, to obtain a space that invites to stay inside and talk .
Old objects in unexpected places
The rough appearance of these cabinets acquires a new paper with the modern patina that mixes in a novel way, the old and contemporary in the same space. Making industrial vintage more intimate and personal. Madeleine, its owner, knows how to create the visual contrast of these objects with plants that bring the freshness of green to gray and ocher.
New uses for elements brought from the past, the countryside and the old factories
With small outdoor spaces, this decoration uses a mixture of plants and objects of ancient reminiscence, which speak of the past with contemporary use.
The owner of this small house in Holland, achieves this feeling of sober masculinity which has the industrial vintage style, Now with the soft lathe that gives the constant use of plants in all environments, the mixture of gray shades of cement, steel, iron, primitive elements such as straw, wicker, jute or wood, and adding objects and images of the past.
Keys of industrial vintage style
In this house many elements of the decoration remain in their original form. Columns of concrete, industrial lamps, steel beams are emphasized instead of disguising them. We can see the use of the black color in some walls to add a sense of depth, while maintaining the ceilings in white to provide some light.