Industrial furniture is a hot trend right now. It is marked by dark metal and weathered wood, often used in combination. Industrial furnishings often have names that include the words vintage, factory, reclaimed, or salvaged, Restoration Hardware is the brand most easily associated with industrial furniture though many of the brand names have tried their hand at the industrial trend. The LAL brands and flash sale site have certainly embraced the trend as well.
So I thought it would be fun to take a look at a few lines of industrial case goods to compare the trend across all the brands and price points. Case goods (or casegoods) is a category of furniture which is made from hard materials (wood, metal, plastic, glass, etc) and often includes interior storage space. Common case goods include bookcases, accent tables, nightstands, cabinets, desks, chest of drawers, etc.
First up are the brand names. Here are some examples from Restoration Hardware's Dutch Industrial Line. The items in this collection retail for $495 - $2795.
Here is Pottery Barn's Parquet Reclaimed Wood Table Collection and the items retail from $499-$999
Now for some of the common LAL brands. This is the Birch Lane Fairfax Collections. Items retail from $399 - $799.
This is Overstock's popular Myra Vintage Collection. The prices range from $154.99 - $420.99
And we can't forget the flash sale sites. To my mind, the flash sale that is my go-to for the industrial look is Dot & Bo. Here are some examples that retail from $379-$689.
Where else have you seen this style? Have you spotted it in-store? Share your finds in the comments!