It all started with the sliding barn door. Remember a few years ago when those things became popular?
I even made one, remember? And I still think they are cool.
Then came rustic, industrial open shelving. And casters on the bottom of coffee tables. Pallets. (Who can forget pallets?!?) And industrial pipe … everything. Pretty much the use of everyday items in beautiful home decor became on trend and wildly popular.
The rustic industrial trend is probably on its way out by now, but I really hope not. I’m kind of in to it and like the idea of adding a few rustic industrial touches to my home in the next year or so.
I’m hoping to build a fabulous free-standing shelving unit soon. I haven’t found a tutorial for exactly what I’m looking for, so I’ll be creating my own. Wish me luck!
So, while I was looking for a tutorial on said shelving unit, I came across some amazing DIY and non-DIY industrial looks from my fellow bloggers. I wanted to share some with you, in case it’s just the thing you’ve been looking for!
(Please click on the source link below each picture and pin from the original post. Give credit where credit is due!)
Mason Jar Chandelier from Brandi Sawyer
Industrial Wood and Pipe Shelves from The Golden Sycamore
DIY Industrial Paper Towel Holder from Design, Dining and Diapers
DIY Steel Pipe Ladder from Design, Dining and Diapers
Are you inspired yet? Whether you’re walking through the aisles of HomeGoods or Target – or you want to tackle a DIY project, I hope you are inspired to incorporate the rustic industrial look into your decor. I love it!