I assume that you are talking about people who did not go out of the home to work. If so, the Industrial Revolution had a mixed impact on them.
On the one hand, people's lives got harder. Working class people generally came to the cities to look for work in factories. They had to live in cramped and unsanitary conditions. On the other hand, some kinds of goods became much cheaper. The factories were churning out clothes and shoes, in particular, that were cheaper than they used to be. This meant that the people who could afford those had a higher standard of living than they had previously enjoyed.