Vintage things found in abandoned factories being repurposed into useful everyday household furnishings. Work benches from the old Packard Motor plant, steel carts from General Motors in Detroit and shoe racks from an old factory in Ohio have now become highly admired and sought after pieces for the home.
So what is the appeal for these old discarded factory work horses? I believe it’s the attraction for something that was built to last, even after hours, days and years of everyday industrial use. And they are not only still standing but the natural patina of the aged wood and metal on these industrial tables look great!
Check out the furniture at HudsonGoods.com built “Jack-tough” to last for years to come.
Love the old wood on this industrial factory cart
Wood and Metal Stool, $195
Component Wood and Metal Table, $2,195
Wood and metal industrial shelving
Need to mix some cement? How about a magazine holder for $3,000
I don’t know… use it as a shoe rack?
Industrial Metal table, $450