Industrial Home has a wide range of industrial lamps and factory lamps.
We offer the largest collection of robust industrial pendant lamps and floor lamps. What should you pay attention to when purchasing these industrial lamps? It starts with space. Which room do you want to illuminate? Are you looking for an eye-catcher for the dining room, living room, above the dining table, or for the bedroom?
Our beautiful industrial lamps from Eastern European brokerage are a feast for the eyes and give that special feeling and cozy atmosphere. The robustness radiates from it. High-quality industrial lamps with a beautiful industrial shape. Very well applicable in your living room, bedroom, kitchen, bar, restaurant or shop.
Origin of industrial lamps
The large factories arose around 1750. The light bulb made its appearance a hundred years later and caused a true revolution. These dark factories had to be well lit, of course. The industrial lamp was created during this time. Who does not know the pictures of the factories with long rows of old rusty bins. They were coarse, large and basically always made of steel. These whoppers were made for a large light output. Purely functional.
The light bulbs were still very valuable at that time and therefore had to be well protected. This was done by means of a large metal hood or grid. An additional advantage: the employees in the factory were not so easily blinded by the powerful light. Over time, fluorescent lighting made its appearance and industrial lamps faded into the background.
But, they're back! And completely trendy again. These sturdy real factory lamps fit into any modern interior. It is precisely the rough and sturdy appearance that makes this trendy lighting so popular.
Scandinavian living is very popular among interior bloggers and stylists. The Scandinavian style is light and sober combined with pure elements such as wood. Pure, rough and back to basics. The authentic look of industrial lamps and cabinets fits in seamlessly with this trend. We as trend watchers are constantly expanding the collection of industrial items.