Industrial Design Home Decor-
What do you think of when you hear the words Industrial Design? Empty spaces, loft living, open beams, maybe concrete. There are other elements of Industrial design that do not feel cold and utilitarian. You can add bits of Industrial design in your home decor without making a full commitment.
As a Graham and Brown Ambassador I have been enjoying sharing some of the lovely designs and ideas that can beautifully transform a space in your home. I am joining 49 other bloggers worldwide who will accept a monthly challenge in the ‘Year in Design 2015″.The Challenge for this month is making a cozy home with Industrial Design.
Graham & Brown’s Salizzada Smoke by Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen provides a bit of industrial style with their warm grey textured wallpaper.
I love up cycling and new uses for old things. Skeleton keys would be a creative touch of industrial design. you can place them in bowl, add them to your home key rack,leave on a raw wood end table, Use the keys as hooks for holding coats and bags.
I found this wonderful industrial inspired light at Moonshine Lamp on etsy.
Would you consider a table setting with Industrial design?
A table made of an old barn door and place settings with warm grey napkins.
Add some string or twine and this rustic table setting creates a industrial feel.
Adding little dry flower bundles to soften and create a welcome setting.
Do you have any industrial decor in your home?
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Graham & Brown are a very popular international wall decoration group that has been revolutionizing the home improvement market with innovative designs for 70 years. Their products can be found at major DIY shops throughout the UK, North America and Europe and now they have a website for US buyers and you are going to love what they have to offer.
Click HERE to visit their site and inspire your home decor.
At Graham & Brown they have a commitment to design every wallpaper, canvas and product by hand, using the creativity of their artists and designers.
When you see one of their products, remember that although it was printed on a machine, there is a whole team of people behind each and every one.
In the spirit of full-disclosure; I am brand ambassador for Graham & Brown and as brand ambassador I am participating in the “Year in Design 2015” challenge and this post is part of my involvement. Over the next year I may be receiving product, coupons, giveaways and promotions. However, no payment was given for posting today. While Graham & Brown provides me with material and necessary resources to complete various activities, all statements and sentiment shared at Katherines Corner are, of course, my own. To read more of the “legal stuff” please click HERE for full disclosure information and details.