Raw edges, reclaimed woods and linear metallics are central to this very hip and happening style – and you can find all three in the Jagger dining table. With its dark metal legs and oak top with rough-hewn edges this dining table is a rock star of Industrial style.
The style may be functional, but it’s far from impersonal. Rustic furniture and reclaimed, weathered wooden pieces add plenty of warmth, character and texture.
If you want, you can soften your scheme with worn leathers and woven rugs or add subtle injections of colour with pot plants, throws and cushions for an inviting and homely finish.
Central to this look is creating a feel of open space, and one way to achieve this is with an open display unit. The Habufa Detroit bookcase fits the bill perfectly. It has solid oak shelves with characterful knots set in a distinctive metal frame – and there’s also a useful soft close drawer for smaller items. The Fire three door cabinet in stunning solid acacia wood combines simple cupboards with open shelves.
Add more useful storage with the Fire two door two drawer sideboard with the same unique, authentic wood finish, narrow metal handles and minimal iron frame. Acacia wood sits beautifully against white, grey or painted brick walls and, as the wood differs from panel to panel, every piece is unique.
You can add an impression of even more space with carefully placed mirrors. We love the cool and retro Orielmirror with its circular aged bronze finish frame.
Striking juxtapositions give Industrial style its edginess. A great example is the Wind console table, with its luxurious white polished marble table top set within an iron frame with a gunmetal finish. Effortless contemporary style for your hall, living room or dining room.
The Finn task floor lamp also contrasts marble with metal. It has a cylindrical copper or gold coloured metal shade and stem and a smooth, circular black or white marble base. Elegant, minimalist Industrial chic never goes out of style.
Use lighting with exposed fixings to make a statement. The Vienna Triple Trapeze Ceiling light has a black finished steel frame suspended by covered copper cables, showcasing its three open globe bulbs – perfect above a dining table or a kitchen island. And how about the iconic Fan Wall clock for witty industrial chic?
You don’t need a pad overlooking Central Park to make your décor dreams come true. You can recreate that chic, laid-back feel anywhere with a few key elements of Industrial style.