Let's get industrial this New Year!

Having seen the industrial trend grow from strength throughout 2016, it is now even easier to introduce a touch of this style at home with the industrial Lansdowne collection available at Modish Living. The beautiful collection combines stunning pine wood and sleek steel elements for an industrial finish with rustic charm.

Rustic Dining Table with Industrial Chairs

In any kitchen or dining room, one your main features will be your table. An industrial dining table looks fantastic in any contemporary or classic decor scheme especially with the blend of wood and mental in the Lansdowne range. I love the angled legs on the Industrial Lansdowne Reclaimed Wood Extending Dining Table for a stylish, impressive finish. Place in a bright white room with plenty of light and silver accessories to create a fabulous contrast or with darker walls for a cool, urban look inspired by trendy New York decor.

Industrial Lansdowne Reclaimed Wood Extending Dining Table

Pair your table with other industrial furniture pieces to create a fantastic coordinated look or bring in other elements for a trendy, mismatched finish. Wood which incorporates colour is perfectly for achieving the industrial style and adding a mixture of dining chairs around your dining table is another great option. The Lansdowne Brunel Industrial Dining Chair combines suede effect upholstery and steel will add a different texture to your kitchen and looks great as an accent chair. Industrial style is all about being quirky and not quite perfect so embrace contrast! 

Industrial Lansdowne Faux Leather Dining Chair

When it comes to adding industrial elements to your home, try adding additional accessories with an industrial element, like steel candle holders on your table or metal and glass lights. Silver, bronze and aged gold are also perfect for creating a striking decor scheme.

For more inspiration, or to take a look at the full Lansdowne collection, take a look at the Modish Living website.

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