Vintage ceiling lights in a colourful bar interior

Introduce A Pop Of Colour Into Your Interior Design

Are you looking to brighten up your home? Adding a pop of colour is the easiest way to bring some life into a room - a bold colour also adds a positive vibe and can improve your mood on a dull day. To add colour into your décor, don’t think you are restricted to just painting a feature wall. Read on to find out all the tips and tricks to introducing a colour statement! 

Add A Splash Of Mustard

Incorporating a warming hue into your interior décor can add both a retro and modern style. Mustard works perfectly with both dark and lighter colours as it’s so versatile. Remember, less is more! As the colour is so bright and bold, featuring it using home furnishings and art is classy, yet simple. To give your room a glamorous feel, you can include some copper lighting with the mustard accents; this is a flawless combo!

Vintage wall light in bedroom interior

Sleek Edison Wall Light – Copper, £29, by Industville (Image supplied by George Clarke Old House New Home S3 E1)

The pop of colour shouldn’t stop at the door, bring the colour outside to create a statement. The blend of exposed grey stone with a vivid yellow door creates a striking contemporary style. With the addition of our pewter vintage wall lights, it creates a rustic chic feel before you have even stepped foot in the space!

Mustard coloured door outside with industrial lighting

Brooklyn Outdoor & Bathroom Wall Light – Pewter, £85, by Industville (Image supplied by Emma Corrigan)

Introduce A Contrast

To make your space more memorable, add some contrasting colours to make a great first impression. To keep the room vibrant, use a mixture of colours that complement one another like combining blue and yellow. If you want a more understated flair but still have that burst of colour, you can introduce furnishings for a contrast. Our two-tone lighting brings a trendy vibe to the room without being too obvious. The light and dark blend make the vintage wall light more eye-catching and more of a feature piece rather than just an ordinary light fitting.

You can also incorporate contrasts with artwork - this is a quick and easy way of producing excitement in your interior. The fusion of bold colours creates a statement like no other. We’re advocates of including original and unique pieces of art in your home; we have a great selection from aspiring artists, which you can browse here.

Be Different  

What better way to create a one-of-a-kind interior than to incorporate graffiti walls? This design idea is incredibly versatile and suits all different types of interior styles. When we think of graffiti, we think of very elaborate and dazzling designs, but this isn’t the case for all creations. For the more minimalist interiors, stencils and fine art designs would work well.

Graffiti wall art and vintage ceiling lights in a restaurant interior

Brooklyn Dome Pendant - 13 Inch - Pewter & Copper, £99, by Industville (Image supplied by The Frog Hoxton Tim Green Photographer)

This method to infuse colour in your interior is also a brilliant way to bring the outside in - include our industrial lighting, and you have got yourself an urban dream! Pewter and copper blend beautifully with every colour as they are so adaptable and therefore, it is a simple way to create a cool feature to any room. 

Make A Statement

The whole purpose of adding some colour to your space is to make a statement; this can be achieved in a subtle and straightforward way – cushions! If you have a rather neutral interior, having an assortment of cushions is a great way to bring some life into the space. Now, these don’t have to be bright if you don’t want them to be, an array of different pastels can bring some excitement to a room. Compared to a feature wall colour, cushions can easily be changed so you can keep your interior up-to-date with the latest trends and styles.

Vintage wall light in living room interior

Sleek Edison Wall Light – Brass, £29, by Inustville (Image supplied by off_the_wall_interiors)

Industrial ceiling lights can be used in all different colour themes because they are interchangeable. Not only do they serve their purpose, but they are also a statement in their own right. With the handcrafted designs, these light fittings are genuinely unique and can create an impact in any interior, you can even change up your fixtures with our variety of shades and holders!

Vintage ceiling lights and stools in a dining room interior

Orlando Cylinder Pendant - 3 Inch – Brass, £49 & Turner Leather & Metal Adjustable Bar Stool - 35 Inch, £139, by Industville (Image supplied by @annas_attic_interiors_shop - Clicky McGhee)

Keep It Unique  

Create a space that is unlike any other, with our bespoke service, it allows you to design your very own unique features. As all our products are handcrafted, there is a touch of individuality with every piece! We can also paint our industrial style lights in any colour you desire to ensure they blend in with your theme effortlessly.

Painted vintage ceiling lights in a canteen

Old Factory Pendant - 12 Inch – Pewter, £59, by Industville (Image supplied by Project by Western Blueprint)

Make It Pop

The easiest way to create a bold colour statement is to have a feature wall; this instantly adds some life to the room. Adding colour to your interior creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere, making visitors feel more comfortable. Colour can also create a positive feel to your interior; plain colour schemes can become dreary and dull, so inject that pop of colour to spruce it up!

Vintage ceiling lights in a bar interior

Brooklyn Dome Pendant - 13 Inch – Copper, £99, by Industville (Image supplied by Sgt Peppers, Liverpool, Snook Architects)

A feature wall creates limelight and draws in attention so, why not pair it with some vintage style lights to add a touch of class? To keep your interior bang on trend, embrace the metallics! Incorporating the metallic tones adds another dimension to the room and, it blends into all colour schemes.

Glass vintage ceiling lights in a kitchen interior

Brooklyn Glass Cone Pendant - 7 Inch, £69, by Industville (Image supplied by jodelacasa - @kitchensdelacasa)

Add The Little Touches

Making some subtle changes can create a significant impact in your interior. Adding some colour into the more understated pieces can liven up the room in a more delicate way. These subtle changes can be achieved through colourful cushions, lamps, mirrors, throws but you could customise your lights with coloured fabric flex cables. Our flex cables are sophisticated additions as they not only inject colour, but they also create texture. The blend of texture and colour adds more style when compared to your standard lighting cable.

Now you have all the tricks on how to incorporate some colour into your interior, why wait? Get creative with your colour schemes! Whether it is just a subtle addition, or you change the whole design, let us know about it! Tag us on Instagram - @Industville – or by using our hashtag #Industville.