Industrial style can take many different forms, but I think it’s literally the bare bones that reveals true industrial style. Exposed brick walls, ductwork, and concrete, for example, are tell-tale components of an industrial space. Similarly, lighting fixtures play a huge role in carrying the style through a space.
Deconstructed lighting – basically, any light that has been taken apart or reconfigured to become something new – has come front-and-center in the industrial décor scene. Here are some creative examples of this type of lighting, from pendants to lamps to bare bulbs. Check them out to see if your next lighting purchase or project might be using less to create more!