Restaurant Usine’s great metal dining room chairs, via remodelista.
i’ve come to realize, i have a really strong affinity for very angular and metal objects. from cool lighting fixtures, to steel framed furniture i just find it all really interesting to look at, and a great conversation starter. take my vintage homecrest chairs for instance – i first saw them in an elle decor showcase house, upholstered unexpectedly in velvet, and found that juxtaposition just delicious. so i kept my eye out for one everytime i hit the flea market, and one day i found a pair (for just $150!). i had them in my living room for a while, but now i’ve got them happily out back, but no matter where i place them in my home, people always ask about their origin. but i digress – i love these rooms and think their angular, kind of industrial furnishings make them just so much more interesting. what do you think?
a fantastic fixture and desk from emily quinton’s maker spaces book, via french by design.
a fun, eclectic mix of metal-legged chairs, via decor8.
clockwise, l to r: vertigo pendant lamp from MOMA shop; angular plant stand via kimberly; dylan grey’s retronaut copper light fixture; vintage homecrest chair via wit & delight; i really want this angular Miroir Biseauté.
my very own vintage metal homecrest chair.
amazing shelf in rome apartment, via quincoces drago.
clockwise, l to r: i even like angular metal accessories like these cool stands from coming b for glass cloches; angular lamp and chair; tyler kingston wood co.; and super duper angular chair via eigen huis magazine.
love this metal chair and pendant lamp from olsson & jensen.
really cool metal peices here, via Jonas Ingerstedt photography for Kinfolk home book.
all kinds of great angular pieces here too, via stylizimo.
angular table legs and a classic butterly chair, via jennings hotel.
vertigo pendant lamp by Parisian designer Constance Guisset, via designed for life.