Warm Industrial Furniture from Our Tours

The warm industrial look is all about balancing metal pieces with warm woods and soft accents. If the furniture is sleek and polished, make sure there's some patina in the decor somewhere, to add some vintage industrial character, and if you go with a lot of grit and metal, be sure to temper it with warmer accents.

Top Row:
1. Paige Blackburn's Cozy Mapleton Hill Home
2. Lauren's Farewell, Home Sweet Home
3. Lisa & Scott's Industrial Barbara Bestor Home in Topanga
4. Daniela & Damon's History-Filled Home
5. The Wills' Anything But Ordinary Home

Second Row:
1. Michele & Ryan's New Beginning
2. Sam & Anne's Cozy Modern Blend
3. RJ & Francis's East/West Coast Loft
4. Joe & Brad's Small Space with Big Style
5. Lauren Moffat's Vintage Modern Home

Third Row:
1. Andrew & Rebecca's Modern Vintage Country Home
2. Linton & Rob's Colorful Family Home
3. Scuba's Open House
4. Ali & Dustin's Reinvented Piece of Denver History: The Black Eye Coffee Shop
5. Daniel's Eclectic Industrial Loft

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Carolyn is a freelance writer and photographer, as well as a lover of all things colorful and quirky. She grew up in Texas and settled in Chicago by way of L.A., England and Paris. Currently, she is a professor at Illinois Institute of Technology.

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