Industrial Furniture

Industrial style has evolved from the massive factories of the 19th century, abandoned and remodeled into creative lofts. Today industrial style can be achieved with elements that hint at those inspired living spaces, whether it’s more modern or vintage in approach. Industrial furniture can be a blend of different styles from different periods, giving more visual interest and adding an edge to your home. Here's some great looks for your home.
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This wooden screen planter can hold a waterfall of blossoms and plants on your patio or in sunroom. This shabby-chic planter is made from wood with galvanized metal inserts inside each plant holder. The weathered antique-white exterior finish gives it a warm charm while the contemporary geometrics add interesting structural elements even if it’s on a small scale. Create your ow...More
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These two rustic rattan lanterns formed into contemporary shaped candle holders are both elegant and charming. The linear lines and even slats are simple in geometrics yet pleasing in design. The glass hurricane can hold a single pillar candle prevents small drafts from extinguishing the flame. This elegant piece has a handle at the top too for easy holding.
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This vintage-inspired three-tier cart on wheels is weathered and worn can easily add an industrial element to any space. Like other industrial pieces, this tiny storage makes a modern-style statement with no-nonsense lines. A versatile piece, it can become a nightstand in the bedroom, a side table in the living room, extra counter space in the bathroom or even a place for your ...More
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Rivets, angle iron, and cross braces all with a vintage patina give a feeling of the old factories. Introduce this shelf into your home adding your own style either as a bookshelf or even as some additional counter space in the kitchen. Mix it up with your favorite styles and make this shelf your own.
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Just looking at this piece conjures images of an office worker sorting mail and notices for the different offices. Structurally architectural in nature, but with a nostalgia that warms you over, it is a great piece for any home. Shake up the norm and add miniature plants in the cubbies or maybe your collection of action figures!
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Besides wood and cement, metal is one of the main elements of an industrial look! These retro drawers turned into an office cart will keep your important documents and other essential materials neatly organized. The lower shelf can be used for putting some books or supplies that you use often or even a printer. For a real twist, use this bar cart or island in your kitchen. It o...More
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Here’s a no-fuss-no-muss two-tier trolley. The four wheels, basic structure, and plain design have the elements of industrial style while the bronze color gives it a rustic feel. It would make a perfect cocktail serving bar, buffet or just a console table in the hall or behind a sofa. Add different types of containers or bins and you could have additional storage especially on ...More
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With this vintage time card rack complete with clock at the top, you can keep an eye on the time and stay organized too. Use this close to your desk or by the front door to hold notes & mail for everyone in the house. Whether you are on the clock or not, this piece will add that industrial touch.
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A repurposed tripod becomes a clever new floor lamp that features a sheer black shade and some Edison style bulbs. It’s the art of salvage, creating industrial furniture with an unexpected twist. Add a collection of old cameras or film reel trays to really make a curated statement. Items like this lamp give you opportunities to express yourself and show your creativity!
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This urban, industrial sideboard is made of wood, framed with steel – two materials seen often in industrial furniture and spaces. The weathered wood adds warmth and a bit of nostalgia, the imperfections of which give it unique characteristics and a charm of its own. With wooden finish and metal details, this piece will make entertaining easier while offering simple beauty.
“Trinchera” — jacobo81
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