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A Modern Find for a Modern Interior

Posted on Oct 27, 2015 by

An industrial interior doesn’t have to mean rusted metal and rustic wood. As these beautiful homes demonstrate, an industrial scheme can be refined, elegant and contemporary.

This contemporary bedroom mixes dark hues with pops of bright, neon colours for a playful touch of modernity

This contemporary bedroom mixes dark hues with pops of colour and bohemian prints. The metal framed glass room divider is the wow-factor element in this space. 
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The simple and contemporary living space is juxtaposed with raw concrete floors and industrial style metal furniture and fittings

In this contemporary living space, raw concrete floors are offset by industrial yet refined metal fixtures and furniture
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A rich wooden kitchen bar sits comfortably against the traditional warehouse backdrops of raw concrete and exposed brick

The rich wooden kitchen looks amazing in this raw industrial warehouse space, contrasting beautifully with the raw concrete and exposed brick
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Whether you live in a warehouse conversion or loft apartment or are simply looking for ways to channel industrial elements in your home, the beautiful work of this Sheffield-based designer is sure to be of interest. Industrial designer Steve Anwar draws inspiration from the urban environment and from northern industrial manufacturing and materials. His elegant, almost other-wordly, OM Vessels are hand spun in Yorkshire by talented craftsmen using traditional techniques. Produced in only small batches, these exclusive designs are contemporary classics.

Local heritage and high quality production are key factors for Anwar Studio, thus the OM Vessels are hand-spun locally using traditional techniques

Local heritage and high quality production are key factors for Anwar Studio. The OM Vessels are hand-spun locally using traditional techniques
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Available in two sizes and in three different metal finishes (Black Metal, Brushed Metal and Acid-Yellow Metal) or a stunning Wych Elm Wood, the OM Wall Vessel is a sculptural masterpiece. Position individually or in a grouping on the wall, at varying heights or in a row, and you will create a unique and unusual storage solution that is bound to catch any guest’s eye. The vessels can be used to store small items, such as phones and keys, and to hang bags, scarves and coats. But they also make a striking contemporary artwork when not ‘in use’.

OM – Wall Vessel, from £245, anwarstudio.com

Produced in small batches by hand in Yorkshire, the OM Wall Vessels are rare luxury pieces that would add a touch of modernity to any interior

The OM Wall Vessels are rare luxury pieces that would add a touch of modernity to any interior
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We’re particularly drawn to the beautiful grain and finish of the Elm Wood OM Vessel.

The OM Wall Vessel's also act as the perfect place to store your precious house keys and pocket items!

The OM Wall Vessels also act as the perfect place to store your precious house keys and pocket items!
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And the name, OM? Steve is known for his of meditation, running various courses and workshops. “I’m a big believer in the positive impact of meditation and design”, says Steve. OM to that.

To learn more about industrial designer Steve Anwar and his design portfolio, visit his website. Steve is currently running a special offer for MWH customers. Contact Steve quoting this reference: OM-WAREHOUSE to receive 20% OFF his OM Vessels.

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