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How to Achieve an Industrial Style

Integrating elements like this bicycle gear lamp made from salvaged bike parts, can add an industrial look to your home. Visit the site to get more ideas on how to achieve this style in your decor.

Vintage industrial office - Yep, I need that desk lamp.

Vintage industrial desk, with black pendant lighting, an industrial table lamp, vintage New York print and big letter wall plaque!

Great Office space. High ceilings, timber ceiling beams, exposed brick walls. Combined timber and metal finishes give this a great Industrial look.

Hanging lights Beautiful urban living: exposed brick wall and industrial lights juxtaposed by solid wood beams and table. The whole look is softened by clothing hanging on the exposed rail.


Old factory drawers. Old dresser - pull out drawers and use to make underbed storage with wheels and then use baskets. You could either keep the shell in your room or on the landing then use the drawers under kids bed on wheels painted up.

Rotating reclaimed and industrial shelves, headboard repurposed metal ceiling design

Think Outside the Box: Seriously Innovative Shelving

Another great example of how real Tin Tiles can be used as a head board to easily add a distinctive feature to your bedroom. [DIY - headboard out of tin ceiling tiles and shelving out of pipe]


Cool desk lamp with industrial eclectic look, vintage pipe base, antique sea glass bottle as shade over bulb lamp, lighting ideas for the house could also use a mason jar or just an Edison bulb.


THE INDUSTRIAL EDGE Its strong aesthetic is all about raw materials, natural colors and an unfinished yet finished look making the industrial trend a total favorite.

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