While we absolutely love when customers share pohtos of their projects with us, it’s even better when we get to revisit with old friends as they tackle new projects.
Long-time readers of the blog may remember Amy Jacobs and the Bradford Avenue home she renovated back in 2011. Amy took that home from a water-damaged nightmare to a cozy, lived-in, rustic space with lots of texture and plenty of vintage industrial lighting.
Amy sold the Bradford Avenue house to her sister and moved into a new home in a neighborhood near the popular 12th Avenue South area in Nashville. Reconnecting with contractor Brad Skipper, Amy has created yet another showstopper of a home,... Read More
We’re saying so-long to Pumpkin Spice Lattes and welcoming Santa’s White Christmas with open arms! Fall and winter are the prime months for lounging at local coffee shops, so why not bring some coffee bar charm into your own home? Your kitchen bar is the prime real-estate for industrial bar décor, and this Style Me Sunday’s style board will show you how to make the posh transformation!
Square Black Subway Tiles, Chalkboard Walls and Custom Wood Countertops make the perfect backdrop for your home bar. For your coffee bar furniture, look for industrial and galvanized accessories like these Industrial Factory Stools to coordinate with your Keurig Breville.
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Sugar and spice…Makes a great combination for snicker doodles, ciders, and holiday potpourri. But what about living rooms designs? This is the perfect time of year to play around with warm hues and sprinkling white accents keeps the design fresh and relevant.
For this styleboard, neutral basics like the Toss the Bouquet metallic wallpaper, the Florence Style Sofa in Chocolate Brown Wool sofa and the Vintage Curved Leg Table in polished brass create the ideal foundation.
Now it’s time to spice it up! If you find wallpaper a daunting prospect, why not incorporate cinnamon or nutmeg hues with a new coat of paint? Mustard may not be everyone’s favorite... Read More
Who would have thought the newest interior design trend would spring from such an unlikely source? Industrial chic decor translates the heavy duty, rustic, and ergonomical objects found in factories into functional and stylish pieces for every room in the house. Start with a neutral foundation, like this Almsted rug from IKEA then add fun embellishments. Metal baskets like the perforated metal baskets, and wire baskets are practical means of storage without sacrificing design. Two industrial essentials are the Bordeaux Tin Wall Clock and the Wilcox Studio Light. These accessories look like they are fresh from the factory floor! And don’t forget to juxtapose your hard,... Read More