- Chelsea J Marshall
Trending: Amish Meets Industrial
Industrial furniture is one of the hottest trends in interior design right now. With plenty of styles and options, industrial decor is widely appealing and often achievable. Whether you’re looking for an accent or aiming for a full redesign, The Amish Home has great options for finding industrial chic furniture.
Urban Industrial Furniture: Abbington Live Edge Dining Table with metal base in walnut
Industrial design revolves around embracing the natural beauty of functional elements. It celebrates humble materials with no decorative excess. Common architectural elements include brick interior walls, exposed pipes & ductwork, and polished concrete floors.
Industrial Coffee Tables (left to right): Franklin, Bedford, Bradford, Cameron
Juxtaposition of textures is very important in industrial design. Smooth metal, leather, and concrete play off grainy wood or rough brick to create a dynamic look. This is accentuated with neutral color schemes including grays, creams, tans, and earthy greens.
Industrial Office Furniture: The Capri Office in oak
Industrial design can be broken down into three categories: modern, rustic, or vintage. For industrial modern furniture, look for sleek, polished materials. Rustic cherry, brown maple, and walnut are all great wood options with closed grains and smooth finishes. For a rustic industrial design, look for highly textured materials. Reclaimed wood furniture is a fantastic choice, both for its uniqueness and eco-friendly aspect (it’s reused!), as is oak, especially its quartersawn counterpart. For a vintage industrial look, incorporate shabby-chic antiques and some Art Deco or Art Nouveau influence.
Industrial Bedroom Furniture: The Sullivan Park Bedroom, shown in natural cherry
Are you loving the industrial look? Visit our showroom in the Pittsburgh Mills mall for a great selection of built-to-order industrial style furniture!