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A mix of wood and rust with accents of black and white make for a comfortable fall room.
Vintage and rusty gas cans as vases alongside pottery lamps and stacks of vintage bowls.
Fill a wall with a statement piece like an antique wheel and keep everything around it bold, yet simple.
Tables filled with treasures in multiples - alongside unusual vessels of varying heights create a point of interest for a room.
Cabinets don't always have to be one piece - two pieces can work well together to create the appearance of a larger piece.
A stack of vintage suitcases makes for a wonderful table, as well as storage in plain sight.
"Fill" an awkward corner by taking a variety of unexpected items to the wall (baskets, mirrors, shelves and even an old cabbage slicer). Also, add height and coverage with tall, bold botanicals.
A beautifully patinated dresser makes for a perfect side table for storing books, writing supplies and cozy blankets.
Industrial cabinets are often thought of for craft room or office storage, but bring it to the dining room or kitchen for a unique glassware display, bar or dish storage piece.
Use a round table to fill a corner and create a work space where "dead space" might otherwise be.
Industrial doesn't have to mean stark or ugly, add sparkle with silver and glass and soften it all with touches of white and green.
Create interesting wall displays with three dimensional items like metal bins, taxidermy, and even industrial bread pans - look at items in a new light - ask what if.