One of the design trends that began a few years ago was the industrial chic look launched by Renovation Hardware. This “deconstructed” look in furniture featured nontraditional fabrics like burlap, and sometimes the back of a chair or sofa was purposely left unfinished as part of its design, revealing the “bones” of the piece.
While the deconstructed look seemed to inspire passion one way or the other — people either really loved it or really hated it — the simplicity of this look and its modern feel have inspired other, more polished furnishings, including this stylish grouping we recently arranged at Knox Furniture in Newnan. The sofa and love seat are completely upholstered, and tiny nail head trim gives a more finished look while still giving a nod to the industrial chic trend.
Coffee tables and accent tables like the ones in this grouping are designed to look as though they came out of a factory, and the distressed wood finish gives the pieces a more natural feel. At the same time, the mirrored obelisks and metal bases on the lamps add luxe accents to the room. For more inspiration from the industrial chic trend, click here to see a collection of industrial chic living rooms on Pinterest.