How to get the industrial look

More about function, less about frills.

Shop the industrial trend
Image of rectangular brown coffee table with  black hairpin legs.
Image of round, brown side table with black hair pin legs next to a tan leather sofa.

What is the industrial look?

Combining hardwearing materials like metal, wood and concrete, the industrial trend is inspired by the raw, rough and ready elements of a factory warehouse. Exposed screws, light filaments and brick work hit the nail on the head and simple, functional furnishings in neutral colours add a softness you’ll want to sink into.

In the living room

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Industrial living room furniture

Raw, unruly and unfinished is the aim of the game with straight-to-the-point function and comfort at the core. Sofas partially upholstered and steel mixed with wood add a mechanical, fuss-free feel to your front room.

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Industrial decor

For a nod to the industrial scene, weave urban accessories and metal furnishings into your décor and let them do the hard work while you put your feet up.

In the dining room

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Industrial dining room furniture

Steel, hairpin legs paired with squishy, leather chunky seats or straightforward benches. Our industrial dining furniture is made of sturdy stuff and designed to make a statement. Park your bum, it's time to tuck in!

In the bedroom

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Industrial bedroom furniture

Opposites really do attract. Wriggle under greige bedding or scrunch your toes into a gunmetal grey rug. Neutral toned textiles contrast dreamily with hardwearing steel bedframes and tables – think yin and yang in home décor form.

Industrial lighting

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