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Monday
Nov132017

How to get that modern industrial look for your home

Do you love the modern industrial look? Exposed brick walls and loft like spaces make you weak at the knees? How about rust and steel, old wooden benches and Edison bulbs hanging in wire cages? You're not alone. Modern industrial furniture is one of the biggest styles trending over the past few years and it's definitely here to stay. It's one thing to live in an untouched warehouse in a big city or to have the cash to splash on fabulous old pieces that dealers have pulled from the depths of a derelict factory but how do the rest of us get the look?

Luckily I found this fabulous collection from Memoky. Created by a team of artists who are committed to making it accessible and affordable, Memoky hand selects the highest quality products crafted from the finest materials from factories that share their commitment to accessible art & design. What does that mean for you? A carefully curated range of furniture with a luxury look but without the huge price tag. I've chosen a few of my favourites from their range but I'll tell you the truth, it was hard to keep it to just these few. Whether you're after seating or storage, lighting or accessories, beds or desks, Memoky has the right piece to build your modern industrial look from scratch or just add that final statement piece you need.

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Industrial not your thing? Don't worry. You're spoiled for choice. Mid-century, traditional, boho, Scandinavian, country or contemporary you're guaranteed to find something you'll love at Memoky.

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This post brought to you in collaboration with Memoky.

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