What makes for lon­glast­ing, durable and en­dur­ing de­sign?

Country Sampler's Upstyled Home - - NEWS - Matthew Mead

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.

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