Browse our wide choice of furniture inspired by the modern, stripped back industrial style. We’ve everything from rustic reclaimed timber and metal tables to edgy lighting with exposed fixings. Whether you’re after a hint of industrial or a whole-room look, we’ll have the industrial furniture for you.
There’s plenty of room around this extendable dining table and, with four dining chairs and a dining bench, plenty of places to sit too. Fabulous industrial design.
Discover comfort on a new level with this 100% real leather power recliner 3 seater sofa. Every aspect of this sofa is designed to give you a wonderfully relaxing sit every time.
The traditional farmhouse table gets a stylish update. With its solid oak top and striking star-shaped base, this is a dining table that’s perfect for both every day and special occasion dining.
• A statement industrial design
• Striking cantilevered black metal legs
• Beautifully upholstered in soft faux leather
The Boutique Brando large leather corner sofa turns your living room into a den of Hollywood cool. Deep seats, dapper good looks and an obsessive attention to detail creates one of the comfiest sits we’ve seen.
This design-lead dining set stylishly combines textures and finishes – granite-effect table top, powder-coated metal base, velvet and faux leather dining chairs. It seats up to 8 with an innovative extension mechanism.
The Landon leaner mirror stands out for its on trend, vintage good looks. It has a simple metal frame with an antique gold finish, and gently rounded corners. This gives it that industrial chic look that’s so in style.
• On trend industrial style with a beautiful finish
• Handcrafted marquetry-patterned rustic oak veneers
• Powder-coated metal base in gunmetal grey
Here’s a shelving unit that’s just as fabulous as anything you might put on its shelves. Wonderfully rustic, its shelves are actually vintage railway sleepers from India.
The cool retro-style Baltimore dining chair cocoons your dinner guests in relaxed comfort, thanks to the beautifully curved seat and cantilever-style base in off-black powder-coated metal.
One of the most prevalent interior design styles out there, industrial style has taken the world by storm. Whether
it’s at home or in a trendy bar, we’ve all no doubt experienced an industrial style interior at one point or
another. Many people want to bring this popular style into their home but aren’t sure where to start, so we’re going
to take you through the origins of the style, how you can get the look in your home, and give you a few ideas for
transforming your living room and dining room into industrial interiors.
When referring to interior design, the term industrial has been around for decades. Much like retro and vintage, it
has been used to describe many variations of a theme, but what is an industrial interior exactly? What are the
common threads that tie these interiors together?
At its core, industrial interior design is about showcasing the structural materials used in the construction of the
building itself. Modern industrial design is characterised by exposed brick walls, steel beams, and poured concrete
floors. Features of the building that would normally be hidden become the star of the show, and as such the function
of the space becomes its form.
However, it’s not about having a scrappy, incomplete look. Industrial style should give your home a raw, unfinished
look without crossing over into full abandoned warehouse territory. Keep it practical and functional, but make sure
it’s cohesive and somewhat lived-in, too.
Picture a large warehouse – what do you see? Tall exposed brick walls, sturdy steel beams, and plenty of natural
light from large skylights overhead? Unfortunately, we don’t all live in old factories and warehouses, but this
doesn’t mean it’s impossible to get the industrial look in your home.
Just like with any other interior style, there are key principles you can apply. First things first, focus on
stripping back your interior to the bare structure as far as you can. Whatever structural elements you can expose,
do it. Concrete floors, wooden floorboards, brick walls, the more the better. You should also try to let in as much
natural light as possible, and keep window frames stripped back with no soft treatment.
Industrial furniture is low profile and unfussy, focussing on showcasing the materials used. Wood and metal are most
commonly used, as well as distressed leather upholstery. Your colour palette will be determined by the elements of
the building, like bricks and wood, so follow the lead and create a palette that complements these colours.
Use plenty of statement lighting, like exposed or caged
bulbs, or even reclaimed lighting from factories, to really sell the industrial look. Place it strategically in the
room to highlight certain features or furniture, like a row of pendants lighting over a dining table.
Industrial décor is usually teamed with a minimal approach to decorating, which, coupled with the spaciousness
provided with low profile furniture, creates an open, relaxed atmosphere. Industrial style is similar to modernism
in that it focuses on clean lines and keeping the home free of clutter, as well as muted, natural tones like matt
blacks, soft greys and off whites.
If you’re lucky enough to have brick walls in your living room, you’re off to a good start. If you’re looking at
painting your walls, then choose a natural tone like off white. Keep your floor industrial by leaving floorboards or
concrete exposed. You can always add in a rug or two for added comfort and warmth where you need it.
Choose an industrial style sofa with a low profile and
minimalist design. Both leather and tactile fabric upholstery
will work, just ensure that you choose another muted natural tone. Tan, earthy mushroom, or even a sage green tone
will look fabulous in an industrial interior. Throw in a complementary armchair and footstool to really tie it all
For storage, matt black bookshelves and a low profile industrial sideboard will keep your space clear and
uncluttered. Bring in some industrial lighting like a tripod floor lamp and track lighting to illuminate and
highlight your favourite features. Include industrial accessories, but don’t overfill the space. Decorate with
salvaged machinery, tools, or blueprints to really nail the industrial vibe.
To get the industrial look in your dining room, start with a neutral colour palette. While small flourishes of bolder
colours are used in industrial style homes, the vast majority of space uses neutral tones. A well-crafted palette of
harmonious colours gives the space a clean look, and often this will originate from whatever structural elements are
displayed. If you have a brick wall visible, build your palette around it. If you paint it, keep it neutral.
When choosing industrial style dining furniture, combine quality wood and metal pieces. An industrial style dining table
may already be constructed from both materials, but another great option is to go for a solid wood dining
table with metal and leather dining chairs. Combining materials like this is key to pulling off the industrial look
Make sure that any lighting echoes the industrial theme of the room. Metal pendants and lamps, especially tripod
floor lamps, are extremely on-trend. Keep pendant ceiling lights low hanging with wide brimmed shades, and use lamps
to accentuate features like exposed pipes. Keep accessories on-theme and to a minimum. Mechanical clocks, especially
brass ones, look fabulous in an industrial style dining room. You can always soften the look a little with plants,
both artificial and real. A little bit of nature juxtaposes with the constructed industrial vibes beautifully, but
don’t go overboard. Remember you’re trying to achieve an industrial look, so use plants wisely and sparingly. Finish
up with some wall art, like vintage photographs of engineering marvels or old maps.
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