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Shop The Edit: Industrial Style Lighting

Posted on Feb 22, 2017 by

Traditional or contemporary, industrial style lighting is well suited to heritage buildings complementing features such as raw concrete and exposed brickwork. From luxurious metals to a classic enamel we share 3 of our favourite designs from the Warehouse Home shop.

Traditional or contemporary, industrial style lighting is well suited to heritage buildings

Traditional or contemporary, industrial style lighting is well suited to heritage buildings
Image courtesy of Nook London

1. Based in the heart of the Midlands, Bare Bones Lighting hand make a wide range of vintage industrial style and contemporary lighting designs using traditional methods. This simple and elegant cup style design is exclusive to the Warehouse Home shop.

Solid brass cup pendant with midnight blue braided cord, £130, Warehouse Home shop

Simple and elegant this cup style design is exclusive to the Warehouse Home shop. We collaborate with Bare Bones Lighting on a solid brass lighting collection exclusive to Warehouse Home.

Simple and elegant this cup style design is exclusive to the Warehouse Home shop
Photography by Debbie Bragg

2. In true vintage industrial style, this enamel lampshade from Nook London evokes former factory forms.

Nostalgia lights classic enamel shade in black, from £43, Warehouse Home shop

A canary yellow flex adds a dramatic pop of colour to this black enamel shade

A canary yellow flex adds a dramatic pop of colour to this black enamel shade
Image courtesy of Nook London

3. This vintage reproduction from our friends at Industville is available in both a Copper and Pewter finish.

Brooklyn antique flat industrial pendant light in copper, from £114, Warehouse Home shop

Mix and match fittings and finishes for a personalised touch

Mix and match fittings and finishes for a personalised touch
Image courtesy of Industville

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