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Get the Look: Industrial Modern

Incorporating Industrial Modern into your home isn’t so much about the metals and gears. It’s more about adding something unexpected, a mix of surprise and textures that has made it a popular trend.

Inspired by the vintage industrial era, the industrial style is a natural extension of the green/upcycling movement which I love. Here are some amazing photos to inspire your creative edge.

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Mixing textures is a hot trend of 2015. Here, Designer Joanna Gaines from HGTV’s “Fixer Upper” mixes a red brick backsplash with heavy industrial lighting and galvanized barstools. source: hgtv.com

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From another episode of HGTV’s “Fixer Upper,” Joanna uses reclaimed wood and metal pipes to create open shelving. source: hgtv.com

Designer Angelo Surmelis uses reclaimed wood and iron pipes to create a an industrial dining table.

Designer Angelo Surmelis uses reclaimed weathered elm wood and metal pipes to create this Brookdale industrial dining table. Part of the angleo:HOME collection at homeworld.com

 

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This steel clock accessory from HomeWorld adds a contrasting edge next to this contemporary living room chair.

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Exposed windows is a definite nod to the industrial age. Consider removing curtains and letting the light flow throughout your home. source: http://blog.vkvvisuals.com/loft-living/

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Wood accent 4-door cabinet with metal door handles looks great in an entry or dining room. Available at homeworld.com

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Close-up view of the decorative metal accents.

Metal plant stand is up cycled into a chic end table. (source: urban outfitters.com)

Inspired by the vintage industrial era, this factory side table is a great complement to any room. source: urban outfitters.com

Do you have industrial modern accents in your home?

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About Terri Dux

When not watching her favorite TV channel, HGTV, Terri likes crafting, gardening, and thrifting at neighborhood garage sales.

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