Rustic Industrial: Vintage With an Edge

There is certainly an art in taking something old and giving it a new life.  The desire to use materials that are reclaimed, repurposed, reused, and recycled continues to grow in popularity.  Capturing a vintage feel while adding a modern twist, rustic industrial style gives you a connection with the past that’s hard to resist.  The most commonly used materials in rustic industrial design are concrete, metal, and wood. Metal contrasting with textures and natural elements results in an edgy, raw feel.

Blatt Beer & Table located in downtown Omaha, NE is one of my favorite restaurants that features rustic industrial decor.

Rustic Industrial: The Blatt

 Industrial design is commonly seen in old buildings and lofts featuring a bunch of vintage metal stuff. However, mixing in a little color can make a space look very stylish and warm. Here are just a few examples of some awesome rustic industrial spaces:

Rustic Industrial Frames





Dining Room

If you’d like to add an industrial aesthetic to your space, here are a few pieces to get you started:

Rustic Industrial

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  1. Ernesto says:

    Love the mirror photo. Such an inspiration.

  2. Samantha says:

    I love the bicycle pillow! These are all really nice…I want to live in a loft someday, with the brick walls, etc.

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