• Happy Birthday, USA!

    Happy Birthday, USA!


    Happy Birthday, USA!

    To celebrate we're offering customers 10% off of their online orders with promo code USA10.

    Looking for something to use that 10% on?

    Well in celebration of USA's 239th birthday, we've reduced the Bergman Chair from $400 to $239 for this weekend.

    The Bergman Chair is $239 this holiday weekend!

    But if you're looking for something more patriotic, there's of course the Verlaine Collection.

  • Industry West pics on Instagram = #Awesome

    Industry West pics on Instagram = #Awesome

    We love this Instagram thing and really think it's going to catch on. Heh!

    You of course can follow us on Instagram @Industrywest.

    But we also love seeing you post your pics of #IndustryWest furniture on your own accounts.

    Below are some of our favorite shots.

    So don't forget to post your photos and include #IndustryWest in the caption and tag @Industrywest

    A photo posted by Calli Marie (@callimariebakes) on Jun 27, 2015 at 12:48pm PDT

    A photo posted by Stephanie Nielson (@nieniedialogues) on Jun 11, 2015 at 1:53pm PDT

    A photo posted by libbymjones (@libbymjones) on Jun 9, 2015 at 4:58pm PDT

    A photo posted by Sindy Gonzalez (@verance_) on May 26, 2015 at 1:38pm PDT

    A photo posted by Ashley (@thefancyashley) on Apr 15, 2015 at 3:44pm PDT

    A photo posted by Jessica Marx (@little_jem) on Dec 17, 2014 at 7:51pm PST

    A photo posted by Stephanie Nielson (@nieniedialogues) on Apr 13, 2015 at 7:18am PDT

  • Orange You Glad We Said Lucia!

    Orange You Glad We Said Lucia!

    It will be hard to miss the bright orange ... errr ... tangerine of the Lucia Chair on the next episode of Love It Or List It, airing at 9 p.m. EDT, June 29 on HGTV.

    We have a feeling that as a graphic designer, homeowner Dave is going to love the statement the Lucia Chair makes.

    Will he love it or list it?

    Lucia Chair from Industry West

    If tangerine isn't your thing, the Lucia Chair comes in 13 different colors and two different hardware bases.

  • New to Industry West's Ethnicraft Line

    New to Industry West's Ethnicraft Line

    Belgium-based Ethnicraft is all about what they call the 'Emorational©,' a combination of 'emotional' and 'rational.'

    Ethnicraft's lines are incredibly clean but their use of wood elicits raw emotion that makes us feel like we're part of something bigger.

    But as we channel that emotion we see that Ethnicraft's furniture makes sense in our daily lives, whether at home or in the office. Like so much of what Industry West offers, the Ethnicraft line isn't just about the beauty of the piece but how it allows us to take action. How we're able to use it.

    Industry West is proud to be one of a very select number of American retailers carrying these hand made Belgium pieces.

    Ethnicraft U Table Ethnicraft Nordic Console Ethnicraft Osso Stool Ethnicraft Mikado Dining Table



    Ethnicraft Nordic Sliding Cuboard Nordic Coffee Table

    See more from Ethnicraft at industrywest.com

  • Special Projects: The McQueen Club Chair

    Special Projects: The McQueen Club Chair

    Every now and then we get a call for a special project.

    We jumped at this opportunity to give the McQueen Club Chair a new look by saying goodbye to the leather and replacing with this gorgeous fabric below.

    Take a look at the results.

    McQueen Club Chair

    About the McQueen Club Chair: A beautiful combination of luxurious full grain leather and an eye grabbing industrial steel frame, the McQueen Collection, is one of the first additions of 2015 to our ever expanding line of upholstered furnishings. A detailed honeycomb stitched back and arms wrapped in leather exude refinement of living.

    McQueen Club Chair
  • Dani Arps Designs Cool, Creative Spaces That Startups Need to Succeed

    Dani Arps Designs Cool, Creative Spaces That Startups Need to Succeed

    New York City-based interior designer Dani Arps 'designs startups.'

    New York City-based interior designer Dani Arps understands what makes entrepreneurs tick.

    Dani specializes in designing spaces for startups, and has worked with Taykey, Kitchensurfing, General Assembly DC, Contently and Codeacademy, among others.

    She’s also been featured by Business Insider, Refinery29 and Essence.com.

    Why does Dani, who describes herself as having a “uniquely eclectic, yet slightly industrial take on design” enjoy working within the creative, startup world? In short, it keeps her on her toes.

    “They’re always wanting things that are fresh and new and fun,” Dani told Industry West.

    The Contently Communal Table features Industry West's Marais Vintage Chair

    When asked how the creative process comes together for a new space, Dani points out that she doesn’t push her vision on a client, but rather collaborates on a shared goal to create the perfect space.

    “We have a brainstorming session,” she said. “I have an aesthetic I like to use. But they have items they like and think are interesting, and we we come together to create a concept for the overall space and integrate their brand as well.”

    The Kitchen/Cafe area of Sailthru featured Industry West's Low Back Bar Stool in blue and galvanized finishes.

    Often that concept could include a host of unique colors, and that’s where Industry West comes in.

    When Dani first came across Industry West’s products she was looking for the perfect dining chair for her own apartment. What she realized was “this is amazing! All of these chairs are so cool. They’re original design inspired by the classics.”

    Realizing that Industry West provides quality product at a reasonable price, she started to integrate some pieces into her projects, which gets us back to all of the colors Industry West offers.

    The Taykey Meeting Room features Industry West's Public Chairs.

    “The pieces come in these really great colors, and I like to integrate the brand colors in a way that’s not so obvious,” she said. “For example so many of the chairs and stools come in red, blue and yellow, which is a perfect way to bring in that brand without making it cheesy.”

    But all the colors in the world don’t make a difference, acknowledges Dani, if the furniture isn’t comfortable and well made, all while looking cool.

    “Simply put, they’re cool looking chairs,” says Dani.

  • Loving and Listing Industry West's Bastille Collection

    Loving and Listing Industry West's Bastille Collection

    With its combination of steel and wood and its availability in various colors the Bastille Chair is a piece that's near and dear to our hearts and one we certainly 'love.'

    And we were so excited to hear that the Bastille Chair would be part of the June 15 episode of Love It Or List It on HGTV.

    The episode airs at 9 p.m. EDT.

    Bastille Chair

    An updated look of the 2013 design of Alexandre Arrazole Martagon from Aleks Design Studio, the Bastille Barstool represents the best in fresh, vintage industrial design.


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    Not only are we loving the Bastille Chair and its upcoming moment to shine on Love It Or List It, but we're also listing a new member of the Bastille family: the Bastille Bar Stool.

    With a seat height of 29 inches, this new stool, also available in multiple colors, would be a perfect fit in a home, restaurant, bar or business.

    Related reading: Three Things To Consider When Looking To Purchase Bar Stools

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  • Three things to consider when looking to purchase bar stools

    Three things to consider when looking to purchase bar stools

    You’ve opened a restaurant, bar or other business and now need some great bar stools to make the environment feel just right. Or maybe you’re looking to give your business or home a fresh look with some new stools.

    Here are four things to consider when looking for stools:

    1) Height and Width

    Are you looking for stools to support a counter or a bar? Or maybe a super-high bar?

    Counter stools should be in the range of 23 to 28 inches high, while bar stools should be closer to 29 to 32 inches high.

    And don’t forget that you’ll want between 9 and 13 inches between the seat and the counter to ensure a comfortable experience.

    And how many stools will you be able to fit across the width of the bar or counter?

    These are very important questions.

    Each Industry West product listing on our site has an accompanying tear sheet that includes all of these pertinent specs that will help you make the right decision when selecting a stool.

    2) Color and Material

    This of course is a big item to consider. Do you want your stools to fit within an existing look and aesthetic or are you looking for the materials and colors to make a statement of their own and stand out from the surrounding bar and other elements of the business or restaurant.

    This decision is certainly yours to make.

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    3) Does it feel right: Comfort

    If it's not comfortable was it worth it?

    You have to consider what kind of stool you or your customer wants and whether that fits within your aesthetic.

    Do you want one with a back?

    Freshman Bar Stool

    How high of a back?

    Carrera Bar Stool

    Do you want one with a cushion?

    Esquire Bar Stool

    Or one that's fully upholstered?

    Lovell Bar Stool

    Whatever the answers to all of these questions, they've got to be the right answers for you and the vision you're trying to achieve.

    Happy Hunting!

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