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Revitalise your bedroom - Industrial Chic

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Reclaimed wood, metal and leather take on a whole new meaning of vintage and will allow your bedroom furniture to be bang on trend. Industrial style is an amazing way to create an edgy interior and should not be avoided in bedrooms just because of its gritty aesthetic. Discussing a few pieces from our industrial chic collection, we’ll show you how to get that rustic vintage look.

Industrial Chic by Harley and Lola

 

1) Hoxton Chest of Drawers

This distressed-style chest of drawers is a real show stopper. Crafted from reclaimed timber and metal, the chest of drawers could be stylishly teamed with brick-effect wallpaper and industrial-style lighting. The unit contains eighteen large drawers and is the perfect storage piece for any bedroom.

2) Grafton Side Table

Talk about a statement piece! This metal and wood side table is a must for those absolutely loving industrial chic. Whether you hope to go full out or just bring a touch of the style to your home, this table will compliment any bedroom to add an authentic historical look.

3) Wood and metal table task lamp

Both functional and modern, this lamp is a key example of industrial style lighting and truly looks as though it is straight out of the factory! Team with copper tones and accessories to really allow this lamp to stand out.

4) Antique bronze metal round metal wall clock

This vintage style metal clock will be perfect for your morning wake-up calls. The black and white tones will match perfectly with white brick tiles or wallpaper and add a real contemporary twist to your industrial chic designed home.

5) Oceans rug

This stunning rug certainly nods to the industrial chic design. With dark brown and beige tones, the distressed look adds a touch of character for that rustic style. Placing on a wooden floor and combining with neutral coloured accessories will really add a Scandinavian touch.

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Posted on November 01 2016
by: Sam Kean

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