You don’t have cold feet when it comes to decoration? Look no further, this is the steel you need to proclaim your sidestepping desires at home. The designers of the moment are all converging on this obsession, which has long remained the prerogative of avant-garde designers of the 1930s and enthusiasts of utopia and audacious materials specific to the Space Age decade. A subtle reminiscence of a world in search of progress, chrome or galvanized steel has for several months introduced a new concept of chic in interiors. Used in contrast with dark wood in a bedroom, used sparingly in a living room with design ambitions, or in a kitchen wishing to renew the industrial style, steel weaves an attractive partition, far removed from its technical and clinical reputation. Demonstration in support with the following inspirations where metal material declines its gleaming aura.
Chrome steel doors as a dressing room in the bedroom
The idea will probably not please everyone, and no doubt that is why it is quite pleasant! At the crossroads between school lockers and clinical storage, this section of storage wall with chrome steel doors tells the incredible potential of this material to awaken inventiveness in the heart of any room of the house. We particularly appreciate the contrast suggested by this total metal wall look and this whitewashed parquet for a highly unique bedroom!
A modern kitchen with a splashback and a steel worktop
A clash of nuances and materials in this beautiful living room designed by interior designer Thibaut Picard. For this Parisian apartment, the professional imagined a small kitchen open to the living room where the furniture in matt varnished MDF, with a natural and raw effect, is combined with a credenza and a steel worktop. A combination of formidable efficiency to reinforce the modernity of the places and the aesthetic biases that pique curiosity!
A central metal island for an original kitchen
In this beautiful house, decorative styles combine with dexterity. A real lesson in know-how where steel plays a key role in the kitchen as well as in the dining room. Created from stainless steel cabinets, and Ikea, and covered in metal tiles, the central island attracts all eyes for its highly worked character. Its sparkling rigor offers a nice play of contrasts with, in the background, a red brick wall, which brings warmth and industrial charm to this large inspiring living room.