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The Industrial Age

Let me just start off by saying that this style in furniture rocks. I apologize for misleading you in believing that this would be an article on the great industrial revolution, is not. So yup, I went ahead and chose this tittle because I solely believe that this trend in furniture is “what’s in,” and it has been for the past year or so.  As much as I would love to talk about the industrial revolution, I think is important to acknowledge this trend  in furniture since it is on its peak moment.
Lately we have seen an increasing amount of industrial styles amongst furniture brands due to the high volume in demand. My guess is that many consumers like me, love this trend so much that nowadays is what we mostly see in the cover pages of magazines, catalogs, TV shows, and in studio spaces. In my opinion, I think this trend has become successful due to its neutrality, unique dynamism, and diverse usage.
So you may be asking yourself, how is this trend neutral if it has notable qualities? Precisely for that same reason, industrial furniture can be used in most interior spaces.  Industrial pieces are so unique that you can place them anywhere on their own and it would be fine. In other words you could combine an industrial-looking tv stand with a transitional or even contemporary living set and you will still achieve harmony amongst furniture.
               More and more you see the combination of galvanized steel with weathered wood finishes. The hyped before, or what has been accustomed on furniture are traditional wood finishes like walnut, cherry, mahogany, etc. Nowadays we’ve seen more washed and weathered finishes and nail heads on dining sets, occasional tables, and bedroom sets. It is interesting to see how this style has shifted from accent pieces only to every-day furniture pieces.
 The combination of weathered finishes and metal gives audiences a perception of durable and old.  One might even believe that it transmits history of its own.  The coolest thing is that there are different styles within industrial furniture. Some you can argue that is traditional furniture with industrial refinement, and others you can find them in modern/simplistic forms. Have any question or concerns? Let me know at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   

Last modified onTuesday, 17 May 2016 14:55

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