What makes for longlasting, durable and enduring design?
Industrial antiques. It’s true, items created for factories and manufacturing were made to last. These pieces are practical in design, and their utilitarian roots are so desirable in today’s modern farmhouses and contemporary designs. In this issue of Upstyled Home Industrial, we share homes, shops and ideas all centered around industrial furnishings and accessories. You’ll learn how to upstyle flea-market finds and junk- shop treasures into beautiful and unique focal points. You’ll meet designers that have made industrial design their central focus and glean their ideas and staging concepts that you can copy in your own home. Best of all, you’ll get a whole issue devoted to “how” and “what” to buy in the field of industrial furnishings and man y lessons in ways to manufacture your own “personal style.” See you at the flea—and leave the galvanized pieces for me.