When it comes to industrial furniture and lighting, few brands do it better than Industville. The British-based brand is well known for the use of metal in its designs, which often wouldn’t look out of place in an early 20th century factory.
From lamps to wall-mounted lights, pendants to bar stools, Industville’s attention to detail is virtually unmatched, and then there’s the price point, which remains surprisingly affordable and accessible. In short, if you want industrial, go Industville.
Based in London, Industville focusses on designing and producing vintage-style, industrial-inspired home accessories and lighting. Its designs are faithful to pieces used on factory floors back in the day, which were built for function above all else. Rather than seek out these original pieces now, and pay the premium that comes with that, Industville offers something similar but at a far lower price point.
That’s not to say the design or build quality it sub-par though. Each piece has been dreamt up in-house by its team of accomplished designers, and then finished in high quality materials such as raw copper or brass. Each product is then individually finished by hand, making each piece unique and retaining a feeling usually only achievable with something decades old.
Available in a range of finishes including brass, pewter and copper, this 12 inch pendant light looks like it’s come straight from the factory floor. The simple, industrial design ensures it’ll work in a wide range of interior spaces.
Although most known for its industrial lighting, Industville also produces a range of bar stools. Finished in hand-stitched leather and with metal legs, this piece is both rugged and stylish and will age beautifully with time.
Ideal for saving space or adding much needed light to a small room, this swan neck caged light is perfect. It’ll work in bathrooms, kitchens or bedrooms and harks back to the golden years of industry with its brass finish and caged design.
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