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This hand-forged iron fire screen ($415) was designed by a San Francisco blacksmith and pays homage to turn-of-the-century industrial life. It’ll make you want to bellow, “Throw on more coals!”
We keep having this dream where we’re working for a mad scientist in some sort of post-industrial weapons lab... Anyway, we’re still fuzzy on the details, but we know there’s fabulous lighting and we know it comes courtesy of these pendants from West Elm ($99).
The Dallas-based shop Oilfield Slang has a ton of rad products, but we particularly love this corner pipe shelf ($238), which looks like a secret treasure found in a factory basement.
You have really nice clothes. Why not put them on permanent display with House Doctor DK?s open industrial storage rack ($1,547)?
There’s something so effortlessly cool about hanging a caged wire pendant with a neon frame ($26) somewhere in your home (maybe over a small end table or draped artfully on a coatrack). Just be sure to spring for an old-fashioned Edison bulb to complete the workshop look.
Even if you’re not ready to go all crazy industrial with your floors or countertops, a one-of-a-kind salvaged credenza ($700) is a great way to integrate concrete in an upscale and not-too-trendy fashion.
You’re probably past your days of living in a converted loft with exposed air vents and a painter boyfriend who’s “too tortured to be nice.” (And if you’re not, kudos: You’re cooler than we are.)
But even if you’ve graduated to greener pastures and a loftier zip code, it’s still OK to like the look of a raw, gritty space.
We’ve rounded up a few on-trend industrial-chic home decor items we love--all of which would look equally great in a Brooklyn warehouse or a nice suburban colonial.
Check out the slideshow here. Then go back to googling that painter ex-boyfriend.
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