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The Industrial Revolution that began in 18th-century Britain and moved to America not only started immense social change and progress, the era’s factory designs introduced a new aesthetic marked by high ceilings, exposed brick and pipes, utilitarian objects, varying metals, large-scaled windows and a new lighting style. Industrial-style lighting has recently enjoyed a resurgence—particularly with the increase of older urban factory and warehouse buildings being converted to loft living—and because of its flexibility to fit into most types of décor, we think it’s here to stay.

You can spot industrial lighting styles by their exposed bulbs, wire cages, metal materials and, oftentimes, distressed wood finishes. Contemporary Restoration If your space lacks the high ceilings and exposed beams, you can still create an industrial look with a neutral palette dotted with mixed materials and metal touches.

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