Industrial Modern Lighting Ideas
The industrial look isn’t just for overtly masculine design. Wire-cages, reclaimed wood, factory inspired materials, and plenty of Edison style light bulbs – these industrial modern lighting fixtures find a way to be raw and yet still maintain clean modern lines, and I’m loving it!
The concrete design of the Castle Pendant Light gives it an industrial touch, while it’s smooth shape makes it unmistakably modern. A grouping hanging over a dining room table in a modern loft is eye-catching.
Nothing says industrial modern lighting quiet like an Edison light bulb! Combine that with the dark aged look of reclaimed wood and hand-forged recycled steel and the Lofty 2 Light Vanity Light becomes the perfect modern meets bespoke industrial fixture for your bathroom.
While the Urban Renewal P1239 Pendant Light may have touches that were inspired by the 20th century Industrial Revolution, its glossy white finish and brushed steel give it a minimal and modern look. Perfect for hanging in an industrial loft.
Blackened steel and an exposed light bulb, the industrially pieced together look of the Switch Desk Lamp is perfect as a reading lamp or on a reclaimed wooden desk.
The tall and elegant style of the Director Floor Lamp is offset by its stage-light appearance. I can just imagine this vintange-industrial fellow sitting behind a modern lounge chair.
Light and airy, these Pressed Glass Pendants from Tom Dixon have a raw look of the recycled glass. Not only is their appearance industrially inspired, but pays homage to an industrial process of glass casting.
A faceted wire cage encloses an Edison style light bulb in this geometric-industrial dream! Wouldn’t a pair of these Facet 1 Light Pendant Lights look fabulous flanking either side of a platform bed?
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After spending 10+ years living in a modern San Francisco loft, Kelly moved her family to a bungalow in the burbs. She now enjoys dreaming up home renovation and design projects in order turn her family's post-war cottage into the modern home of their dreams.