Industrial Elements for the Home

Loft-inspired design, with sleek industrial forms and unexpected materials, lends an edge to Florida living

Photo by James Wooster, Infamous Productions

Mix and Match

Designer Nina Williams of Nina Williams Interiors catered to her client’s taste for a modern kitchen with industrial touches by blending materials and accents. “To achieve this goal, I chose a rustic wood floor and combined it with white cabinets and an island in a contrasting charcoal gray,” Williams explains. “The island countertop seamlessly blends two contrasting elements of white quartz and reclaimed wood, while the waterfall edge on both ends balances the modern with the industrial. Black metal stools and a black swing-arm sconce add further industrial elements to the space.” Wellington

Linear Equation

Large-scale lightbulbs plus driftwood gray touches equals one fabulous linear chandelier ($679) by Hinkley. Miller’s Fine Hardware, West Palm Beach, Jupiter

Looking Glass

A unique reflection on contemporary industrialism, the Vivaldi mirror ($2,990) from Arteriors is accented with bronze, silver, and brass disks. Rod Mickley Interior Design, Vero Beach

Game Night

Choose from six Cyan Design pewter sculpture Monopoly tokens (hat, $122.50; shoe, $160) to help your decor pass “go” and collect compliments. Capitol Lighting locations 

Set The Bar

Crank up some serious industrial vibes with the Pottery Barn Pittsburgh adjustable barstool ($300), featuring a seat made from sustainably harvested mango wood. Pottery Barn, Palm Beach Gardens, Boca Raton

Lost And Found  

Never feel far from home with Pineapples, Palms Too’s coordinates pillow ($88). This accessory can be customized with any city name and coordinates that resonate with you. Pineapples, Palms, Etc., Jupiter 

Stone’s Throw

The bluestone veneer and iron framing of this Four Hands coffee table ($870) make it a cool, streamlined addition to any seating area. Interiors by Brown, Boca Raton

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