Industrial Looking Shoe Storage
More and more new restaurants opening in my neighborhood look industrial. They are usually neutral tones, uses wood and metal surfaces. The wall is bare concrete or bricks. Furniture is made from reclaimed wood or has a matte metal finish. Here are some shoe storages that would match your industrial looking home.
HOMES: Inside + Out Industrial Shoe Cabinet
This shoe rack by HOMES: Inside + Out has a cement-like frame and it is accented with wood panels for a rustic vibe with an industrial influence. The open top shelf is the perfect space for dropping off keys and wallets so entryways can be nicely organized.
Fronzoni Industrial Shoe Locker
Fronzoni loft wide metal shoe locker is constructed from iron and glass and finished in antique nickel and raw black. The weathered nickel frame, highlighted in rivets, hinges and closures adds an artistic element to the impressive architecture. You can choose from bench type, 2-door cabinet or 1-door cabinet.
Vintage Shoe Locker
Its silver finish is lightly distressed for a vintage effect and mesh detail at the front allows you to see inside. This Vintage Shoe Locker looks amazing in industrial style home.
Epicenters Austin Rainey Street Door Chest
Epicenters Austin Rainey Street Door Chest has the feeling of a repurposed industrial cabinet with a roomy cabinet with an adjustable shelf. The chest’s Bad Penny finish has an artfully mottled texture.
Keler Cement-like 2-shelf Shoe Cabinet
Keler Cement-like shoe cabinet would add a rustic influence to your home. Two-tone design creates a stylish look with cozy charm.
Carbon Loft Geller 72-inch Industrial Metal and Driftwood Wood Hall Tree
Carbon Loft Geller hall tree is practical and attractive to tidy up your hallway or entryway. This hall tree is constructed from high-grade MDF and powder-coated metal for lasting beauty and durability. With hooks for coats and a lower bench for storing shoes and other items, this hall tree is a must-have for your family.