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I am excited to be guest blogging here at The Whole Shebang. Emily asked me to write an article about industrial tables and I am excited to share my finds with all of you. Have you noticed this trend in magazines, blogs and stores? Weathered wood tops and industrial metal bases ending in casters are typical for industrial tables. Sometimes the tables will be all metal or all wood but have a distinct industrial or factory feel to them. These are great workhorse tables that can definitely stand up to the daily rigors in a kitchen, entry or living room. Here are some pics highlighting industrial tables. What do you think? Love? Hate? Own? Want?
Home Klondike viaAn industrial coffee table works well with this traditional/eclectic décor. Industrial chic can work with both cosmopolitan and rustic furnishings. Think industrial tables are a passing fad or will they become one of those living room design ideas with staying power?
1st Dibs viaAntique and vintage industrial tables with original patinas are highly collectible and can fetch high prices. Substantial form meets function in this industrial table from 1st Dibs.
Apartment Therapy viaThis industrial style dining table is a DIY project we found on Apartment Therapy. The recycled and reclaimed wood top adds character.
Frugal Farmhouse Design viaA simple industrial table can be made from pipe fittings and a great found piece of wood.
Vosges Paris viaAn industrial cart can make a great console table for an entry or portable table in the home office. We love the large casters on this black painted metal table.
Urban Outfitters via“New” industrial pieces can be found at a number of retailers. Look for simple wood tops, metal bases and casters.
Manifold Destiny viaThis kitchen is full of industrial chic touches, like the metal chairs and bistro table. But what really caught our eye was the industrial table used as a console table or buffet.
Pinterest viaThis new table, from West Elm, has the feeling of a French industrial table with its metal base and white marble top. So is an industrial table going to become one of your must-have kitchen design ideas?
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