Shop industrial furniture for rustic pieces reminiscent of a bygone era, including vintage sofas, raw wood tables, metal bar stools, and more. Hearkening to the steampunk era, distressed style furniture rely heavily on unfinished wood, exposed steel, and polished copper. Our industrial style furniture not only are affordable, but also offer other-era charm to any interior design by promoting a mix of urban and rustic loft appeal.
Industrial furniture is distinctive for its use of rugged materials and almost effortless approach to beauty. Industrial chic living rooms have a variety of options for sofas and sectionals. You can pick a leather tufted sofa in a modern or weathered look, or opt for a Chesterfield sofa for a classical look. Case goods can be flexed across multiple room - industrial dressers, sideboards, and media cabinets can be placed in living rooms or bedrooms. Coffee tables and dining tables often feature distressed wood buttressed by steel legs. Another recent trend is concrete tables finished in a protective layer. Popular in bistros, industrial bar stools and dining chairs commonly combine rustic wood and hammered steel. Incorporate some exposed Edison bulb lamp or chandelier for steampunk-inspired illumination. In the office, industrial desks are characterized by a more embellished and serious aesthetic, often with a thick wooden top with metal legs.
How to Design with Industrial Furniture & Decor
Designing around industrial furniture requires paying close attention to the subdued colors and complex materials of the style's pieces. In order to provide "weight" to your room, you should choose a centerpiece that is particularly eye-catching and high-profile. In the living room, that means a worn leather sofa, tufted Chesterfield couch, dark wood slab coffee table, or an oversized Persian rug. Be diverse with your colors and materials - if you have a brown couch, pair it with a black lounge chair; if you have a concrete coffee table, match it with a wood block side table. For a sophisticated finish, anchor your furniture on a cowhide or Oriental rug. Once in a while, you may want to add pieces from a contrasting style to offer a sense of eclecticism and distinctive character.