Posted by on Jun 14, 2012 | 1 comment

Rugged Industrial Decor for Father’s Day — Just Add a Bow!

When we talk about home décor, it’s often from a woman’s perspective. But what happens when the man of the house wants a say in the decorating decisions? Depending on the man, you could end up with a pool table on the patio, a dartboard in the kitchen, and a PGA limited-edition golf ball chandelier in the bedroom. For Father’s Day, give the men in your life a nudge in the right direction with some trendy Industrial Decor from Barn Light Electric!


Inspired by the Industrial Revolution and using locally salvaged materials, our line of Industrial Decor combines steel and reclaimed wood to create a classic furniture line. From rolling work stations and factory utility carts to vintage wood tables, our line of industrial furniture will bring a rustic, manly vibe to any space. This Industrial Factory Cart dates to the late 1800s and was originally used to transport goods across the factory floor. The restored white oak planks and renewed cast iron create an amazing relic from America’s industrial past. This cart serves beautifully as a coffee table and would work equally as well in the garage toting Dad’s tools around!

And wouldn’t Grandpa enjoy having The Restoration Vintage Industrial Wood Side Table at his bedside? Recalling the old railroad days of the past, this piece is constructed of recyled steel and topped with reclaimed wood. Choose from six gorgeous finish colors including barn red and vintage green.

After a long day at the office, or on the links, Dad needs a place to sit and relax. Forget the recliner and pull up one of these vintage industrial stools around the bar instead! Offered in both a backed and backless design, our Industrial Factory Stools, will make Dad feel like a king!

Don’t forget to like us on Facebook in order to take advantage of our special Father’s Day pricing! The sale starts Friday, June 15 at midnight and runs until 3am Monday, June 18th.

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1 Comment

  1. I love the light wood table, it’s like a wheel barrow.

    Great post, thanks for the info 🙂

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