Use metal marquee letters to spell out a name, to offer a playful directive ("EAT" or "dream," for instance), or simply to add a bold, graphic element to your interiors.
Metal locker baskets provide great open storage in the kitchen, mudroom, kid's room, or other functional space, while vintage store signs add wit and graphic style.
Patinaed copper piping makes for an inexpensive but arresting faucet.
An antique workshop table, articulating light fixtures, and metal factory-style windows give this country kitchen a hint of urban attitude.
Rustic wooden factory carts are popping up everywhere as coffee tables -- and conversation pieces. Bonus: They're mobile!
Perfect for a reading nook, classic swing-arm pharmacy lamps are ideally suited to loft living, but look just as great in more traditional spaces.
Another use for battered wood crates: Stylish, unpretentious under-table storage.
Factory lights and metal shop stools inject a modern, masculine sensibility into this classic kitchen.
A beat-up wooden ladder leaned casually against the wall is transformed into a unique display for blankets and other textiles.
Vintage medical carts and cabinets are equally at home as bathroom storage, rolling bars, or side tables.
Factory pendants, reclaimed wood siding, and stools crafted from industrial machinery coils make this kitchen island anything but expected.
Replacing regular swing-out doors with sliding factory or barn doors will help you save floor space and add a touch of functional chic.
Vintage wood infuses a clean, modern space with history and soul. Here, reclaimed commercial shelving provides an attractive home for books and decorative objects.