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So what makes the style stand the test of time?
From vanity lights with clear seeded glass to pendants with black metal, mesh or fabric shades, this look shines with old-world charm. Clean lines in metal, leather or wood help refine the style. Look for fixtures with exposed bulbs or wire cages for a quintessentially industrial look.
Accents in black or gold with exposed metalwork give this look a factory-floor flair without the splinters. From lighting fixtures to faucets and hardware to appliances, these finishes bring a refined and elegant look to your home.
Mixed Finishes and Materials
Incorporate mixed finishes and textures to keep this style from looking too much like a warehouse. Rounded edges and neutral colors give this look a warm touch. Don't be afraid to mix up finishes, style and materials. If you just add a little mix into your match, the doors of décor begin to open.Mix & Match Your Décor
A Look for Any Space
Industrial isn't all rugged and warehouse-style. It's exposed metals, leathers, and weathered woods with textured, decorative pillows and throws, round-edge furniture, and polished accent frames. It mingles industrial ruggedness with soft, smooth edges. Want to add a more farmhouse feel to your industrial look? Incorporate weathered wood tones, wrought iron hardware and organic shapes.Mix Farmhouse with Industrial
Look for furniture inspired by the industrial boom of the 1950s. Leather or vinyl accents are a great start, and of course, tapered or hairpin legs add an instant dose of nostalgia.