Interior style: Industrial desert

Interior style: Industrial desert
Universal Magazines
By Kate Diehm

Bring in an industrial touch by sticking to earthy tones, contrasting textures and raw edges, characteristic of the desert.

Industrial desert style: Spin floor lights

1. Influenced by elements of our industrial heritage, Spun lights by LifeSpaceJourney can be hung as a pendant or placed on the floor to create a feature. Focusing on how light interacts with the materials used in the design, Spun lights will throw a warm ambient light around the room. RRP $647 (large), $582 (small). insitufurniture.com.au

Industrial desert style: Cactus ring holder

2. No desert is complete without cacti. The Cactus jewel holder from Iggy & Lou Lou’s Desert Road Trip Collection is a quirky gift for your adventurous friend. Hurry, though, because it’s a limited edition. RRP $95. iggyandloulou.com

Industrial desert style: Echo rug

3. Create a statement in your living area with the contemporary hand-knotted Echo Desert rug, crafted in India and Nepal using traditional weaving methods. By Designer Rugs. RRP from $5345. designerrugs.com.au

Industrial desert style: Chain table

4. Renowned for his innovative designs using old mechanical and industrial parts, Bob “Stig” Campbell constructs his pieces in his workshop in South Yorkshire. Crafted from discarded chains, It’s All Done With Magnets is the epitome of modern industrial design. stig-art.co.uk

Industrial desert style: Dinosaur Designs vase

5. The Earth vase by Dinosaur Designs steps away from the tradition with this resin brown-stripe design. From Inadesignerhome. RRP $160. inadesignerhome.com.au

Industrial desert style: Cactus pillow

6. Constructed out of 100 per cent cotton canvas, the Scatter cushion by clintonfriedman collections is available in a large range of printed designs that draw inspiration from nature. RRP $154 (60x60cm). clintonfriedmancollections.com

Industrial desert style: Pipes tube chair

7. Constructed from discarded piping, the Tubes chair from Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek is one of a series. Intrinsic and mechanical-looking, the Tubes chair’s appeal is its ability to suit both a contemporary and traditional space. RRP $10,030. pietheineek.nl

Industrial desert style: Yellow cut-out chair

8. Available with a high or low back, the Dogon chair by Emmemobili is made from a single sheet of plywood with a laser-cut design. From FY2K. RRP from $1749. fy2k.com.au

Industrial desert style: Fire pit

9. Bring some warmth into your backyard during the cooler months with the Angelina fire steel pit by Robert Plumb. From Inadesignerhome. RRP from $1100. inadesignerhome.com.au

Industrial desert style: Yellow ombre pillow

10. Embrace the ombre trend with this subtly shaded white to orange Natural Harvest ombre rectangular cushion by Xavier And Me. From Zanui. RRP $114. zanui.com.au

Industrial desert style: Cut-out chair

11. Drawing inspiration from the decorative geometric shape of Vienna straw, the Canasta armchair by Patricia Urquiola successfully combines the traditional with the contemporary. From Space Furniture. RRP from $3010. spacefurniture.com.au

Industrial desert style: Rusted planter box

12. The Boulders planter, designed by Jinggoy Buensuceso for Hive, marries antique oxidised metal with a contemporary shape to create a statement piece for your garden. RRP $638 (large). kezu.com.au

By Kate Diehm and Tessa Hoult
From Home Design magazine Vol. 16 No. 3



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