Industrial Design Details from House Tours

Industrial Design Details from House Tours

Adrienne Breaux
Jun 22, 2011

We're on such an industrial kick lately! We just love the variety industrial details bring to any space and love that you don't need a lot of them to make a big impact. Going through a few recent house tours we were surprised by just how many elements we came across — in houses of all types of styles.

Expanding the definition of industrial to include a lot of metal accents, functional pieces or just pieces whose aesthetics have been stripped down to a functional minimum, you can really find industrial ideas almost anywhere. We just think they're a great way to add another layer of interest into a home's style, even if the dominant style is a far cry from industrial. You don't have to look or feel like you live in an empty loft to benefit from the industrial feel; you'll see in these house tours how a little bit goes a long way and how flexible of a style it is!

Top Row:
1) Back To The Old House With The Smiths
2) Amy & David Butler's Creative Textile Lab of a Home
3) Andrew & John's Vintage Berwyn Bungalow
4) Paul's Artistically Scavenged Apartment
5) Christine & John's Breezy Ann Arbor Ranch

Bottom Row:
6) Brenda & Harry's Contemporary Coach House
7) Michael & Anna's Rustic Modern Loft
8) Stacey & John's Crazy Quilt of An Apartment
9) Anthony & Steven's Modern Organic Condo
10) Casey's Modern Minneapolis Bachelor Pad

Images — 1: Caleb Wilkerson; 2: David Butler; 3, 4, 9: Jason Loper; 5: Smith Schwartz; 6: Janel Laban; 7: Evan Thomas; 8: Ann Manubay, Dabney Frake; 10: Nicole Houff

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