It's hard to say why the warm industrial style has hit the zeitgeist the past few years. Perhaps it's because we've become so far removed from day-to-day industry. Or maybe it's because it's a natural extension of the green/upcycling movement. Whatever the cause, this decor style is sure to remain popular. To get in on the look, check out the furniture and accessories from these ten retailers.
• Restoration Hardware Well of course Restoration Hardware would top this list. This one retailer is practically responsible for reviving the the warm industrial look.
• CB2 Crate and Barrel's younger sibling has a fair share of warm industrial furnishings sprinkled in among their happy modern offerings. Their Concrete Nightstand and Cage Brass Pendant Lamp would look great in a warm industrial home.
• Urban Outfitters Much of their furniture and home accessories lean toward the mid-century modern side but you'll also find the occasional warm industrial item mixed in — like the Factory Side Table and Metal Bookcase.
• Terrain You may think of Terrain as having more of an organic modern style but in fact there's a lot of warm industrial on offer, too. Check out the Steel Wire Chair and Suspended Crate Shelf as examples.
• Beam & Anchor This 7,000 square foot space in Portland, Orgeon, houses a collective of makers and their workshops on the upper floors and, on the main level, a retail space that is stocked with warm industrial wares.
• Wisteria At first glance Wisteria might seem more appropriate for a new traditional or eclectic collector style, but upon closer inspection there are plenty of warm industrial offerings as well. Good examples: Patched Butcher Block Table and Open-Frame Hall Tree Bench.
• Reclaimed Designworks For the DIYers and renovators out there, Reclaimed Designworks is a wonderful resource for reclaimed wood, mantels and more.
• Urban Remains Chicago's Urban Remains sells architectural artifacts from homes and old factories, including vintage industrial tables and historic building hardware. It may not get any more warm industrial than that.
(Image: Daniel's Eclectic Industrial Loft)