With modern lifestyle trends referencing the joys of bucolic bliss, it comes as no surprise that we’ve noticed an uptick in Industrial Style client requests over the past few seasons – and for good reason. This design trend marries sleek modernity and old world charm with an organic, lived in feel to create the perfect play of contrasts. Ready for some curated design pieces?
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With origin in the Scandinavian design roots, Dandy remembers a kitsch radio mainly because of its shape and the use of grill cloth on the doors. An exclusive sideboard from the past with a contemporary twist, Dandy is entirely made of walnut woods and is accented by a brass trim on the body edges and supported by tapered legs with brass ferrules. Flawless.
Winchester Dining Table
Winchester is a dining table that features a tubular conic structure supported by three legs, produced in polished brass and wood composite, finished with a glossy black color. The triangular shaped base adds another dramatic twist to this glamorous table, contrasting with the round countertop made of smoked glass. Retro is the new contemporary, they say.
The Lemprica mirror brings together the whirlwind decade of the 1920s with rich angular shapes and multi-colored glass from the Art Deco period. Plus, it really fits an Industrial Style ambiance due to its shades of grey and unique textures. A must.
Diana Wall Lamp
Diana is a vintage industrial wall lamp inspired by the classic designs of the mid-century modern age. A true industrial design icon, Diana has a mount and swing arm handmade in brass, with a lampshade made in aluminum. The counterweight we find at the extremity is made out of steel for a more secure grip.
Eruption Wall Fire
This volcano shaped wall firepit represents the natural phenomenon of an eruption trough its rough looking steel structure and its chimney-like firebox. The electrical fire, together with the heating system, makes the Eruption wall fire a perfect fit for any environment willing to stand out among the others.
Monocles is built entirely out of solid walnut wood, accented by its gold-plated brass front doors. The circles are engraved to the back and side of the unit, giving it an extreme character and high-end look. This sideboard is the perfect piece of furniture for retro lovers, mid-century admirers and vintage industrial aficionados.