As we’ve been discussing, this year’s High Point Market was incredibly inspiring, and it provided us with multiple new trends to begin incorporating into our coastal collections. Today, we want to highlight one particular trend making waves in the design market — steam punk.
With one nod to the Victorian era and another to the modern age, this interior design style is dominating decor this year. Our industrial days are long behind us, but today’s leading designers are incorporating the use of metals and semi-industrial items in order to create fresh, industrial-chic looks.
Piping and Edison bulbs were used to make up the body of this hefty light fixture. The piping is reminiscent of exposed plumbing, and it’s combined with other hanging metal accents. This eye-catching piece would look perfect over your kitchen island.
This piece attaches to the ceiling with a heavy chain, yet its hanging beads and piping add a warm, moving element that makes this bold fixture more whimsical and aesthetically pleasing.
This asymmetrical, hanging fixture was created using perforated metal. The tiny holes in its natural patina allow beads of light to come through, and the result is breathtaking. Though its edges are rough, this winning piece still comes across as elegant. Add a touch of Hollywood glam into your home by incorporating this piece into your living room or foyer.
Feel free to visit the Cottage & Bungalow Facebook page for more of our steam punk finds at the High Point Market.