Incorporating Industrial Chic Into Your Home

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Industrial style is gaining popularity – but also raising some eyebrows. Unlike the common misconception, this is not a ‘move into a warehouse and don’t make any updates’ kind of trend – but a carefully selected style with a raw, artistic flair. The trick: don’t be afraid to mix old with new, contrasting materials and unexpected finds. Here are some products that we love to get you started on adding an industrial touch to your space.


Pipe Lamp From Industrial Light Electric

The Pipe Lamp from Industrial Light Electric adds an unfinished, yet stylish look to a room. Try it next to your bed instead of a table lamp, or over your desk for some extra light.


Industrial Tool Chest Sideboard

Restoration Hardware provides some good industrial pieces of furniture, from stools to consoles. This Industrial Tool Chest Sideboard has all the ruggedness of a century-old factory, yet all the style for a modern home.


Fiumicino Dining Table

Mixing wood and metal is a surefire way to integrate the industrial style – especially if the piece is on castors. Try the Fiumicino Dining Table from Moe’s Home to get the look.


Sleek Concrete Rough Kitchen

In addition to using metal and wood – try the concrete look. Although concrete is not the optimal material for the kitchen, Caesarstone makes various concrete surfaces with all the durability of quartz – Fresh Concrete, Raw Concrete, and shown in the kitchen above, Sleek Concrete.


Wondering if the industrial style is for you? Take this quick Style Quiz to find out!

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