Looking for a last minute holiday gift for the hard-to-buy-for friend? Consider a timeless piece of industrial decor!
Made of materials that are built to last such as steel, chrome and iron, objects of this particular style convey a sense of history while maintaining a metropolitan look that blends well with today's modern decor.
|Antique dress form, funretro|
|Casters and bells, What's New On the Mantle|
Schools, libraries, offices and factories - places where we grew up and our ancestors worked. These are among the sites from where much industrial decor has been salvaged. These places give the pieces history and sentimentality despite the oftentimes hard & mechanical materials of which they're made.
|Vintage school desk, 86 For the Home|
|Industrial table fan, Ani & Rose|
|Lucerne dairy crate, Mary Beth Hale|
|Water pump, Tangle and Fold|
|French fry cutter, Happy Swoon Vintage|
|Metal box & key, Wretched Shekels|
Not all industrial pieces are salvaged antiques - many of today's newer handmade items are industrial-inspired and make unique gifts.
|Bookends, Orange Door Cottage|
|Newsprint flask, The Hair of the Dog|
|Steampunk necklace, Professor Sprocket|
|Train station clock photograph, parrjosh|