To create a unique focal pint for this spacious living room, Joanna brought in an industrial coffee table. To soften the piece, she added a glass table with branches, bringing in the natural warmth of the outdoors. As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Vessels always come in handy for mantel styling, since they can be used as decor when left empty or as vases for cut floral, branches or greenery. A mix of vintage iodine bottles and brown glass apothecary bottles are used to bring shape and sheen to the mantel in an industrial fashion. For an extra rustic look, several bottles are filled with cork and cotton rather than flowers.
A simple glass door provides entry to this modern home. Concrete floors add an industrial vibe to the space, while textured art decorates one side of the wall. A bold orange vase brings a fun pop of color to the minimalist entryway.
The minimalist modern design of this bedside features an industrial style chord light hanging over a small floating nightstand shelf. The wood shelf and vase-held branches add a touch of color to the crisp white room and bed linens.
Crisp white tile walls with gray grout work beautifully with the design in this master bathroom. The wood vanity adds a rustic, earthy element to the space, and a vase of fresh-cut flowers lends a feminine touch.
The textured black wallpaper is good for sleeping, but also is great for hiding that TV! We didn't want to take things to seriously so this white Jonathan Adler vase reminds us of that! It's whimsy and charm in this dramatic space makes you stop and smile.
Originally the dresser was just supposed to be sleek and clean without hardware, but addidng this hardware and the metal base took it to the next level. This hefty gothic iron pulls completely transformed it!
Mermaids would wave a happy tail at the scale-like backsplash of this pretty powder room. A large niche is the perfect place for a vase of succulents. The concrete countertop and industrial faucet are basic, stylish accompaniments that let the tiles get the spotlight.
A dining room with gray walls features a long wood table with six wicker chairs. A vase filled with white flowers sits in the middle of the table and three large, framed, black-and-white photographs decorate the walls to give the room a more casual feel. Industrial sconce lights highlight each photograph while floor-to-ceiling windows allow lots of natural light to flood the bright space.
Living and working in the same place might seem confining at first thought, but this creative couple has come up with a solution. The answer, it seems, lies in making sure that you have enough room to fit both sides of a full life. This living room is proof of concept, as the rugged industrial space is charmingly decorated with modern pieces. A cool counterpoint to the warm wood and brick interior, an oversized rug clearly defines the living area, allowing the remaining space to be put to other uses. Meanwhile, ultra-modern accessories such as the abstract vases on the credenza and the beautifully patterned shades give even more personality to this space.