Bakers in the early 20th century let their breads and pastries rise on open racks like this one, which today makes a beautiful display for dishes, service ware, or collectibles.
Available at www.restorationhardware.com, $1,095
Tuck these industrial baskets under a coffee table or display them in the open to keep blankets, tchotchkes, or books tidy. They come in neon peach or a raw industrial finish.
Available at www.cb2.com, $59.95-$69.95
A 19th-century factory wheel gets recycled as modern art, complete with museum stand.
Available at www.restorationhardware.com, $349
Add a retro touch to a mantel, shelf, or wall with a vintage marquee light. Combine it with other symbols or letters to make a dramatic statement.
Available at www.dotandbo.com, $100
Reclaimed elm doors and cast metal come together in a functional and stylish table. Use in a dining room, office, or anywhere you need a workspace—casters make it easy to wheel around.
Available at www.restorationhardware.com, $795-$1,395
With 24 drawers, storage will never be an issue again in your child’s room thanks to this limited-edition chest. Label the drawers with tags or use magnets to identify what’s inside.
Available at www.pbteen.com, $1,299
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Handcrafted from a flour sack, this accessory shows the softer side of industrial-chic style.
Available at www.ironaccents.com, $19
Although this stand typically would have been used in a doctor’s office or hospital, its design makes it suitable for using as kitchen storage, a bar cart, or a bedroom side table.
Available at www.urbanremainschicago.com, $550
This light may look like a 19th-century Parisian antique, but it couldn’t be newer or more attractive. It has antiqued mirror glass and comes in three sizes and two finishes.
Available at www.restorationhardware.com, $549-$1,209
This deco-inspired clock has stood the test of time. The weathered look makes it seem as though you salvaged it from an antiques shop or flea market.
Available at www.pier1.com, $199.95