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Industrial Lighting In A Brooklyn Townhouse

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 07, 2015 01:01 AM
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by Cori Magee last modified Apr 06, 2015

This Brooklyn townhouse has mastered the industrial lighting aesthetic. Let's start with the office since that's where we all are at this current moment. While a cool floor lamp isn't the predictable choice for an office space, it looks great! The industrial finish and classic form pairs perfectly with those industrial bar stools. Non-working fireplaces are great for home accessories and books. I love this particular image above because it shows both the cool hanging light fixture with an industrial aesthetic, but also very cool fireplace styling. Even if your fireplace doesn't work for keeping your home warm, it can still be useful for your overall home design. You can place books, candles or even wood that you're never going to actually use. Have fun with it. Kitchen lighting fixtures done right. The kitchen lighting fixtures are perfect in this Brooklyn townhouse. While there may seem like a lot, it's ok and totally works because there are different scales used. The lighting over the counter top maintains the cool black vertical lines and industrial aesthetic, while the fixtures over the extra long table are a little larger. The takeaway here is that you can never have too much modern lighting , as long as it's done right. Industrial style bedroom with cool hanging light fixture. Lastly, I love this bedroom. Aside from the cool brick accent wall and dark wall with low hanging bookshelves, the industrial lighting has been carried through from the rest of the home. It's nice when there's an overall design throughout an entire home and small consistencies, such as lighting, help maintain that style. All images from New York Cottages & Garden ,  Domaine Home






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