So I have been really inspired by industrial design lately, and if done right, you can turn it into a really homey feel. Anyways, here are some inspiring photos to take you into the weekend :)
an old shipbuilding space, how cool is that?
Love exposed brick! If I don't have it in a home we buy, I'll just have to add it!
images via Loft Life Magazine
David Wild's Seattle Studio....amazing!
Designer Ryan Korban
Love these warehouse windows!
photo via Apartment Therapy
Dixie Chick singer Emily Robison's home featured in Metropolitan Home
She owns the seventh floor of an industrial building in San Antonio....it used to be a candy factory...how cool is that? Loved how she kept all the same architectural elements and integrated a clean, modern asthetic to emphasize that.
If you love the look of vintage industrial and live on the East Coast, check out City Foundry. I've never been but plan to on my next trip....doesn't it just look like heaven? Floor to ceiling of lights, chairs, desks, and more.
But if you are on the West Coast, there is a great store on Cedros Ave in Solano Beach called SoLo that has an awesome industrial design section (among other goodies).