When we spotted the utilitarian interiors of the Barista Parlour on Zarna’s Runway, we got the impression that someone on their interior design team had a little crush on vintage-inspired pendant lighting. With its high, vaulted ceilings, exposed wiring, and masculine wood accents, this coffee shop plays up the rustic side of commercial design. You can get this look by incorporating some of these antiquated details.
Breathe new life into old nautical and state flags by displaying them as wall ornamentations. This nostalgic State of Oregon Flag would look great on display and would be a great way to infuse color into your space!
Rooms with high ceilings are ideal for creative lighting displays. In this shop, we love that they combined bare bulb pendants with old warehouse shades to reflect different volumes of light. Barn Light Electric manufactures many similar hanging pendants like the Ivanhoe™ Sky Chief Warehouse Porcelain Pendant, the Ivanhoe™ Conoco Porcelain Pendant, and the Indy Porcelain Socket Pendant. Juxtapose this industrial lighting with something more refined like the Central Park Swing Arm Sconce.
The industrial-style interiors are making the transition from winter trend to spring must-have — so start your space today!
1. Barista Parlour Hand Crafted Coffee from Zarna’s Runway
2. Hip Display Shelf from Huh Designs
3. Vintage State of Oregon Flag from ethonollie
4. Central Park Swing Arm Sconce from Barn Light Electric
5. Ivanhoe™ Sky Chief Warehouse Porcelain Pendant from Barn Light Electric
6. Ivanhoe™ Conoco Porcelain Pendant from Barn Light Electric
7. Indy Porcelain Socket Pendant from Barn Light Electric
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