Get This Look – Industrial Dining
When I found this beautiful image on the website of renowned French photographer, Pierre-Jean Verger, I felt so inspired I just had to do a “Get the Look” for it. The core of Industrial Style is to expose elements that are usually hidden – brickwork, exposed I-beams, unfinished wood and all the nuts, bolts and mechanisms that we generally hide. Factory machinery and other bits-and-bops can easily find a new home as brilliant Industrial Style décor items. Industrial Style likes big open-plan spaces as the style originates from converted lofts, warehouses and factories. Other items and furniture that goes well with an Industrial Style space is those from the Mid-Century Modern era – feel free to throw in one or two retro items.
GET THIS LOOK:
2. Beautiful “scaffold” shelf unit – Weylandts
3. X-Base Trestle Table – Simply Pierre
5. Iron stool with wooden seat – Weylandts
6. Black bent-arm floor lamp – @Home
7. If you do not have an exposed brickwork wall you can always find realistic wallpaper of one – this Graham & Brown wallpaper can be ordered through Wallpaper Inn.
8. Add a bit of colour with one or two beautiful ceramic pieces – these blue jars as well as the vases and glass items on the shelves are all from Le Grange Interiors.
9. Gorgeous laminate flooring with a “distressed” effect from Floors Direct (this particular laminate even has faded French words printed on it – totally in love with it)
10. ADD THIS: Mix and match the chairs by adding one or two of these iron beauties – available from La Grange Interiors.
- Colour-Coded Inspiration – Black & White (thedesigntabloid.com)
- Colour-Coded Inspiration: Orange (thedesigntabloid.com)
Posted on September 28, 2011, in Decor, Furniture, Get The Look, Interior Design, Suppliers and tagged Decor, Decor Ideas, Dining room, Furniture, Get The Look, Industrial Style, Interior Design, Mid-Century modern, Pierre-Jean Verger. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.