Raw metals and reclaimed wood are at the center of the industrial trend. Luckily, the rough edges and materials look all the better when pitted against polished, soft interiors. So go ahead and incorporate as few industrial decor elements or as many of the pieces as you like.
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Is there no end to the creative uses of chalkboard? This Slate Coaster Set from modern design store West Elm has us smitten (for the umpteenth time) in their rough-and-ready take on the craze. Write your guests’ names or initials right on the coasters to avoid cocktail confusion.
One of the best ways to add a dash of industry to your space is to look up: Warehouse-worthy ceiling tiles add interest in the prettiest of spaces. And factory-inspired lighting will cast new style on a room. The chiseled steel Hampton Bay Warehouse Pendant with its brushed nickel finish adds contrast to a kitchen or workspace. The metal details on this Progress Lighting Nickel Mini-Pendant give it just a dash of hardcore. This Home Decorators Aged Bronze Cage Pendant manages to be both heavy duty and vintage in a way we dig.