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Minka Aire Light WaveCeiling Fan - 52" White
“Your ceiling fan should feel seamless and act as a quiet contribution to your overall design!”
- B. Powers, Interior Designer
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Industrial elements are currently a huge trend in interior design. It’s definitely the style my clients are wanting at the moment. This style can be incorporated into just about any design style from contemporary to traditional. Let’s focus on industrial kitchen design.
When designing an industrial kitchen it’s all about zinc countertops, pendant lighting, open shelving and a beautiful stainless steel that is the show stopper.
Anodized Aluminum 16-Inch-W George Kovacs Pendant Light
Possini Euro Enzo Modern Black Pendant Light
It’s all about having a mixture of factory pieces, farm pieces, even school-style pieces - don't worry, you don’t have to pick just one. Luckily for us there’s a plethora of industrial items right here. I’ve pulled a few of my all time favorites that I would place in my own kitchen or even a client’s kitchen.
1. Modern Bronze Atom 8-Inch-W Franklin Iron Works Wall Sconce 2. Zuo Modern Elio Gunmetal Modern Dining Chairs 3. Zuo Fort Mason Industrial Distressed Wood 47-Inch-W Shelf 4. Crosby Metal 30-Inch Howard Miller Wall Clock 5. Edison Style Candelabra Base Light Bulb 6. Uttermost Albiano Single Classic Pendant Light 7. Kichler Sayre Pewter 8 1/2-Inch-H Mini Pendant Light 8. LBL Isla Clear with Satin Nickel Modern Pendant 9. Hudson Valley Haverhill Polished Nickel Modern Pendant
I hope one or many of these industrial items caught your eye. And remember these don’t have to just go in your kitchen – you could add them into a workspace, dining room or hallway.
Images: Studio 74 London, Mode Gallerian, Remodelista, Houzz
Caitlin Flemming is a decorator, stylist and founder of lifestyle and interior design blog Sacramento Street. It was launch in May 2009, with the desire to create a space that inspired readers with daily posts on interiors, style, travel, photography and anything that comes her way. In her spare time, she’s traveling the world and streets of San Francisco looking for the latest inspirational finds.
Caitlin’s work combines her love of mixing old with new. Her clean, crisp and layered look embodies each project she designs.
Sacramento Street has been recognized by editors at Elle Décor, HGTV, Matchbook Magazine, 7×7 Magazine and Wall Street Journal, New York Times and the San Francisco Chronicle. She was also named as one of San Francisco’s “Design Bloggers to Watch” by the San Francisco Chronicle. Caitlin’s home has also been featured on HGTV, Design*Sponge and Apartment Therapy.
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