Industrial Style Furniture & Decor
What comes to mind when you think of industry? If it's images like old factories, exposed brick, concrete and wide-open, urban lofts then you know the type of elements and textures that drive this fashionable style of furniture. Our industrial-style furniture features rustic aesthetics, popular materials, and styles from the past. With a heavy dose of vintage charm, industrial-style pieces emphasize unfinished wood and exposed steel elements as well as chrome and copper. From Edison Bulbs to pipe decor, you'll find what you're looking for when you shop our collection of hip, industrial-style furniture. More
Industrial Living Room Furniture
Industrial Accent Tables
Industrial Coffee Tables
Industrial End Tables
Industrial Sofa Tables
Industrial TV Stands
Industrial Dining Room Furniture
Industrial Bar Sets
Industrial Bar Stools
Industrial Dining Chairs
Industrial Dining Tables
Industrial Bedroom Furniture
Industrial Full Beds
Industrial King Beds
Industrial Queen Beds
Industrial Twin Beds
Industrial Home Decor
Industrial Flair - Adding Unique Accents To Any Room
Though it’s all around us, many people don’t know what is meant by the term Industrial Style in furnishings and interior design. Industrial Style refers to exposed building materials that are often concealed in construction, reminiscent of an open unfinished warehouse look in building design. For furnishings the style often implies vintage, but it can also be modern. It tends to offer plenty of raw, unfinished surfaces, accented by metal and characterized by visible (rather than hidden) mechanics joints, fasteners, bolts, grommets, screws, and the like.
The look and feel of industrial style can be incorporated in many ways. In general, spaces tend toward open with minimalist styling, reduce clutter and let key pieces of furniture speak for themselves. Cool shades of blues and grays will invoke a warehouse feel, though if you are furnishing a vast open space, warm neutrals will soften a space that is comprised of cold walls, metal pipes and ductwork. Flooring should be simple and uncomplicated. If you have hardwood, tile or concrete flooring, leave them bare or stick with low profile woven rugs.
This unique look has captured the hearts and minds of many. But you don’t have to move into a loft, a warehouse or invest in a complete remodel to embrace the look in your home. Accents and details abound that can add an industrial flair to your space without breaking the bank.
To add an industrial touch to your room, look for unfinished metal frames and details, for example, a vintage end table with the obviously distressed finish is detailed with rustic hardware, a desk that mixes sleekly finished wood with metal supports and stabilizers, nesting tables with unfinished wood metal frames and distressed wood tops.
Industrial style embraces exposed construction elements such as beams and pipes, mixing wood and metal. Add vintage-inspired décor details to your space such as gears trunks or metal baskets.