If you are looking for Industrial Farmhouse style decorating ideas, you will discover the ultimate fall decorating in this Industrial Farmhouse Loft Tour. Industrial Farmhouse Fall Decorations can be used to decorate many home styles. You will find ideas that will work well with rustic country, farmhouse country chic, cottage, and modern mid-century style homes.
Hey, Y’all, I’m finally doing it. I have so many questions about our loft space, so I’m sharing a Fall Tour of the Loft today.
I don’t share the loft area often, not because I don’t love it, but because it’s the space we relax in. It’s comfy and casual but full of Industrial Farmhouse Style.
If you love vintage decor and repurposed thrifted finds, you will enjoy today’s industrial-inspired tour regardless of your home style.
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Table of contents
- Why Industrial Farmhouse?
- What Are The Elements of Industrial Farmhouse?
Why Industrial Farmhouse?
Eclectic-style decorating has always been my favorite. I love mixing old and new, vintage and modern, rustic and romantic. I’ve never wanted a showroom, trendy, copycat-style home.
I love a collected, found it on the side of the road, but look at it now, style. You are in the right place if you enjoy turning the everyday into something exceptional.
When we were planning our forever home, I knew I wanted farmhouse style but I was also drawn to an industrial feel.
My father was a welder who built cattle trailers and worked on farm equipment. However, he could build anything with iron including iron railings for our porch and coffee table bases. I’d snap a photo and he would re-create the look for me.
He built both of our outdoor coffee tables.
Although my father wasn’t here to build our staircase railings, I knew I wanted a basic, industrial feel.
Fall Home Tours
I’m joining Blogger’s Best Fall Home Tour, hosted by Kelly at The Tattered Pew. Check out all the other great Home Tours linked at the end of this post.
If you are joining me from Jen at Tater Tots and Jello, welcome. Didn’t you just love how she styled her bedroom and bathroom for fall?
If you are new to my blog, I’m glad you stopped by. I love sharing budget DIY projects, thrifted & vintage decor ideas, entertaining and more.
Today, I’ll share a little bit about why we incorporated the Industrial Farmhouse style into our forever home. You can find more about me and The Ponds Farmhouse here.
What Are The Elements of Industrial Farmhouse?
- Unadorned basic metals such as wrought iron
- Barn Doors
- Heavy duty pieces and accessories
- Brick Walls
- Natural or Reclaimed Wood
- Lots of Textures
- Neutral Colors
- Basic Lighting such as vintage commercial lighting.
Loft Industrial Farmhouse Fall Decorations
The loft area has several key elements that apply to the Industrial Farmhouse style, and today, I’m sharing it decorated with simple fall decor, repurposed thrift finds, and vintage decor.
I’ve already mentioned the wrought iron stair railing, which is one of my favorite design elements in the farmhouse.
The vintage commercial Coke sign, a flea market purchase, welcomes you to the loft at the top of the staircase.
In addition, the handcrafted, thrifted desk fits perfectly just outside the powder room door.
The chair boasts a DIY feed sack covered seat and a cute Happy Fall Y’all Pillow.
Repurposed Industrial Farmhouse Decor
For the bar area, we repurposed two vintage metal hospital carts by removing their original tops and adding them as shelves in between the carts.
In order to connect the carts, we added a wooden top. The top appears to be made from old barn wood using this technique.
A vintage, patina-rich nesting box was hung on the wall above the bar to add additional storage to the bar area.
The small raised shelf was created using industrial pipe from the hardware store and a small piece of wood. It’s perfect for holding bar tools as well as fall decorations.
It seemed appropriate to name the bar area “The Coop,” so I added the sign, which is a DIY project.
Industrial Farmhouse Fall Decorations
Because of the rustic industrial feel, I wanted to keep the seasonal decor minimal.
Here, a faux pumpkin is under a glass cloche, and a fall candle adds just a touch of fall to the sofa table.
Keeping the fall decorations to a minimum lets the industrial farmhouse feel shine through.
Relaxing Loft Area – Industrial Farmhouse Fall Decorations
The furniture is casual and comfortable because the loft area is primarily used for watching TV and relaxing. The sectional sofa is filled with comfy throw blankets like this faux fur blanket and throw pillows.
Several vintage and antique pieces are displayed in the loft; many provide extra storage for out-of-season decor.
The antique trunk and vintage suitcase both provide storage as well as rustic style and enhance the industrial feel.
The floor lamp was added with a clear glass shade because it doesn’t block the view. The neutral rug works perfectly within the rustic industrial loft. The rug is vintage, but you can see this similar rug.
One of my favorite additions is the commercial cart. It was another repurposed piece that Brad and I made useable by adding shelving.
It has that heavy-duty, industrial feel that screams industrial farmhouse.
This year, a few new fall decorations were added to the generously layered industrial cart. A pumpkin garland and a Hello Fall Sign from Rodworks Asheville were added to previously collected pumpkins. This buffalo print pumpkin garland would also look great.
A trio of vintage crates hold old movies and books and help hide those pesky but necessary electronic wires.
Rustic collections included old seltzer bottles and vintage sifters to continue with the industrial farmhouse feel.
In addition to the glass lampshade, I like to use glass cloches and glass vases to keep the view around the loft open.
The amber vase was a thrift store find I used in the greenhouse last fall. It’s beautiful colors are perfect for the Industrial Farmhouse Fall Decoration Ideas.
It’s filled with dried okra stems, faux fall leaves, and berries this year. Its golden color helps to add some warmth to the loft area for a stylish, creative display.
Industrial Farmhouse Loft View
The window gallery wall, located along the staircase, was created out of necessity. Unfortunately, an air exchange vent had to be placed right in the focal point on the wall.
You can see how we disguised it and more tips on Brilliant Ways to Hide that Ugly Vent and More.
I couldn’t resist adding the little paper mache pumpkins to the steps. They add just a touch of color to the stairs for Fall. These velvet mini pumpkins would also look great.
A bittersweet wreath adds a random fall touch.
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Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed the tour.
Bloggers’ Best Fall Home Tours
This week I’m joining my blogging friends for the Bloggers’ Best Fall Home Tours! All week long we are welcoming you into our homes. You can visit each Fall home tour by clicking the links below.
Next up on the tour is Stone Gable and I know you are going to love Yvonne’s Fall Porch and Patio tour.
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