Custom bookcases that were designed and installed in tandem with the custom banquette are styled with a mix of vintage, industrial and affordable mass-produced accessories. Design by HGTV Star contestant Jessie Miller
Industrial lights are becoming more popular in styles and designs, which is bringing down the price point for new fixtures. “If you use authentic industrial lighting, it was meant to hang in factory. So you can find an old vintage light a lot of time and get it for a good deal,” says Stephanie Andrews, a designer for an Atlanta-based company, Balance Design.
This eclectic kitchen features a bar area with industrial-style barstools and a vintage "Food" sign. The graphic patterned steel used in the bar, backsplash and range hood gives the feel of an old-school diner.
Custom-designed chairs provide seating for family and friends around the industrial-style table in this dining room. The pairing of traditional vintage furniture like the hutch with original art gives the room a truly unique feel.
If you look closely, there's travel-inspired decor and vintage finds that really tie into making this handbag showroom unique. Concrete flooring, brick walls and exposed beams add a hint of industrial flair to the chic design.
Industrial designer Michael Yurkovic has a love of vintage toys and often creates prototypes of toys in miniature for his work. But his love of midcentury modern design inspired Yurkovic to made replicas of famous designs in miniature like this Charles and Ray Eames circa 1950 storage unit.
The stairway pendant in the design studio was designed by Andrea Michaelson and was made using reclaimed factory coils with a vintage-style exposed bulb. The contemporary aesthetic with touches of industrial style was used throughout the entire space on everything from fixtures to furnishings.
Simple, industrial-style metal chairs add vintage appeal to this seating area in the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014, which was designed by Shelley Cahan as an upscale retreat for the youngest gentleman of the house.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson borrowed 20 square feet from a neighboring bedroom to allow room for a luxurious free standing soaking tub in this newly renovated master bath. Hanging above the tub, a black and white vintage-style portrait adds dramatic industrial flair to the neutral space.
Change up your room with an industrial light fixture, but in a color that doesn’t seem too harsh. These metal pendant shades, which are under $80, come in a spa blue that DIY and home decor blogger Wendy Durnwald selected. She saved even more by finding the vintage-like fixture at the Ballard Designs outlet.
The dining room is a study in minimalism. What makes the aesthetic work are the layers of texture and finishes that keep the eye delighted. In this dining room wood meets iron, meets brass, meets leather, meets sheepskin for a perfectly layered affair. Above the dining table, another piece designed by the couple, vintage lighting that can be found in industrial buildings, was installed. The found pieces were upcycled with the addition of black paint.
As seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers, Jonathan and Drew Scott designed this living room to match the homeowner’s bright personality. The original cement flooring was stained a warmer color and dark gray paint was added to the walls, while the one wood-clad wall was kept as a feature. The large metal storage unit resembles an old set of lockers, which brings an industrial feel to the space. Two vintage side chairs and an old leather sofa were reupholstered in bright colors and prints, and a star-shaped light bulb installation was mounted on the wall as a finishing touch.
A clever use of a small footprint, designer Kristina Crestin came up with the idea to put a queen sized bed together with a twin bunk bed, thinking a family could fit into the small space. To the right of the queen bed, a closet holds essential storage. Black pipe fittings provide a safety component to the twin bed, but also add a little industrial flair.
A budget-friendly pine V-groove in a semi opaque wash on a warm grey was chosen for the walls so they wouldn't compete with the barn board ceiling.
The guest room was a great space to have a little fun, pairing some fun, white animal heads with a found vintage chair. Layering elements to add to the story of the space.