New York, NY, May 08, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The vintage-style industrial furniture trend continues to expand from its first appearance in restaurant and hotel design in the U.S. and Europe, to its increasing presence in the modern home. Turn of the century industrial furnishings have found a revival largely due to the simple construction and practical form and function of the pieces. But original pieces from the Industrial Revolution are difficult to find and when found are generally very expensive. Reproductions of the era have become a practical way to revisit qualities of simple style and durability.
“Industrial design is honest,” says Buczkowski. “It’s durable and the look is timeless as well. Vintage style pieces mix in effortlessly with modern pieces too because of the elegant simple lines of the designs.” All of Rough Hewn’s vintage industrial reproductions are being offered at their store in Brooklyn at an affordable price.
Rough Hewn Home is open on the weekends and is located in the Galleria of shops at 145 Front Street, Shop #17, Brooklyn (DUMBO). The shops are a convenient one block from the York Street stop on the F Train; the 1st stop from Manhattan.
About Rough Hewn Home:
Rough Hewn Home Furnishings LLC is an industrial furniture and rustic home furnishings brand founded in 2012 and currently located in the Galleria of shops at 145 Front Street, Shop #17, Brooklyn NY (DUMBO) 11201. The shop’s owner has studied furniture design at Parsons School of Design and Collecting Design at the NY School of Interior Design as well as furniture construction at Third Ward in Brooklyn. The store features elegantly rugged furniture, rustic home accents and vintage industrial lighting.www.roughhewnhome.com