Natural light is a mainstay for any industrial style because it lightens the deep colour scheme, creating a more intimate atmosphere. If not enough sunlight is available in the room, you can still play the card of table lamps and neon lights which will brighten the room and cast interesting shadows. If you want to make it work, make sure that your light sources bring out those attractive imperfections that are inherent in industrial style furnishings: old beams, tarnished pipes and exposed brickwork are all part of its irresistible appeal and your lighting needs to enhance its minimalist soul and interesting textures. From a colour standpoint, the industrial style provides us with another stimulating idea: hues like grey, beige, white and black clad the walls and create a fascinating contrast with the furnishings. One distinctive feature of the industrial style is the way it draws on different décor trends to create its own captivating medley. For example, kitchens usually tend towards a minimalist functional look, but they can be spruced up with stools with novel seat coverings, reclaimed shelving racks and jumbo metallic drawers. In the drawing room, you could play with furniture that takes its cues from the '70s, by using metal pieces with a vaguely vintage vibe. As for the bedroom, wood should play a big part in your décor elevated with wrought iron detailing.