Pinterest knows what’s best, so we’ve decided to listen. Here’s the vintage industrial bars you’ve been looking for!
If you haven’t got the chance to visit our Pinterest, now might be the right time. But before you go on to lose yourself in the best bar and restaurant designs, we have decided to see what was hot on Pinterest this past week. And let us tell you, this week people have been in love with these particular 5 vintage industrial bars. Scroll down to see them all!
With a simple and clear design, this vintage bar is the perfect example of what we think of when ‘industrial bar’ pops up in our heads. The wooden tables add a strong touch of personality, while the industrial lighting designs make this industrial bar decor one of a kind. A touch of metal in the chairs and tables, a neutral color scheme with a lot of brown and black, and a splash of a color of your choice, and you’re halfway there!
The industrial lighting used on this vintage industrial restaurant just makes the vintage interior decor one of our favorites. But the details are what makes this restaurant so unique, such as the tiling on the floor and the wooden tables.
Edison bulb chandeliers – or at least an interpretation of it – create a special ambiance in this vintage bar. The Scandinavian dining chairs were also a good addition, creating a cross between minimalist and vintage styles.
Designed with a classic retro chic feel, comfortable and perfect to pair with a circular dining table. Finely upholstered in velvet, welted stitches on the seat and a stylist degree reclining on the crescent open back, supported by tapered glossy black legs with rich accents of polished brass.
Mid-century modern brings us a bar chair with incredible glamour and style that is impossible to find anywhere else. Collins is a crescent open back bar chair designed with sleek mid-century modern lines. It has glamorous glossy black legs, accented by polished brass details, especially in the bottom legs, and is upholstered in velvet.
If you’re looking for a more private place while still having the vintage industrial feeling in place, you can always add a few custom-made industrial bar stools to create a feeling of exclusiveness. Leather bar stools made in dark oak or walnut wood with a splash of a neutral color or a powerful dark one such as burgundy will certainly take it up a notch.
Showcasing how to use subway tiles in the best of ways, this vintage industrial bar design is probably our favorite of the bunch. It has a minimalist touch to it that invites us in in the most relaxed way. Raw wood with white tiles never looked so good. A touch of contemporary lighting, metal in the chairs, wooden shelves and a mix of marble, and what more could you need now?
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