When I was pouring over Pinterest and design magazines as we were building Our DIY House, the style that spoke to me the most was vintage industrial.
It’s mix of a cultural and historical elements, lots of pieces that look or are salvaged, and lots of mixed textures like metal, glass and rustic wood. My twist on this style is warming it up a little by adding lots of soft elements with fun textiles – like my drapes, patterned pillows, and little pops of colour. The resulting feeling I’m hoping to achieve in our home’s decor is one that’s a comfy mix of masculine and feminine, of hard and soft, and of old and new.
Here’s my exciting news: I’m thrilled to announce that this week I’ve began a fun & wonderful collaboration with The Brick!
The Brick is Canada’s largest furniture retailer and they have a fantastic selection of beautiful furniture, mattresses, appliances, electronics and home decor. Not only do they have a ton of gorgeous furniture, but their price points are perfect for families like mine that are on a budget. I’ve only just had a glimpse of all of the exciting things that we’ll be doing together, and I can’t wait to share them with you here.
Get ready for some inspiring home decor ideas, bigger & better home DIY tutorials and all sorts of home-related awesomeness coming your way from me with help from The Brick. It’s going to be amazing!
I’ve browsed through some furniture that The Brick offers, and I thought I’d share with you some of the top items on my wish list today. These are all beautiful, affordable pieces with a vintage industrial flair, and I think they’d look gorgeous in our home – or in any home that loves this eclectic style!
- Bean Bronze Metal Floor Lamp
- Calistoga Nightstand
- Moriann Wingback Counter-Height Stool
- Pinnadel 30″ Swivel Bar Stool
- World Hemispheres Art
- Davina Genuine Leather Sofa in Smoke
- Tristan Twin Metal Bed
- Guru Coffee Table With Storage
- Barrister Lane Tall Bookcase in Salt Oak
- Galvin Dining Table
- Aldo Dining Bench
What do you think of these pieces and the vintage industrial decor style? I think they have so much character and they’d all be a ton of fun to style – especially that metal-topped Galvin table… *insert heart-eyes emoji here*.
Thanks to you – my readers – and The Brick, I’m so very inspired to continue growing, making things, and sharing them here with you. I can’t wait to see what’s in store for this little corner of the internet!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by The Brick. As always, all of the opinions here are my own. I would never recommend a company that I do not use and love myself.