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Your home should be a place where you can both relax and make others feel welcome. But in order to do that you need make sure your interior setting features the right kind of furniture. And by the “right furniture” we don’t mean the kind of flat-pack piece you are likely to find sold on every modern retail park in the UK. At the heart of any social space is always a sofa. Welcoming a friend or family member into your home to relax and unwind means providing them with a place to sit and feel truly comfortable. But it is worth remembering that comfort doesn’t have to mean ugly. At Vinterior we have a range of antique and vintage sofas that marry aesthetics with comfort. Take, for example, our range of vintage industrial seating and sofa designs. Each is filled with unique charm and a real sense of character. Shop now and we are sure you’ll find inspiration for your next interior project.

Why choose an industrial sofa?

Industrial furniture is the right choice for anybody looking for robust, characterful and aesthetically pleasing seating for the home. The industrial style of furniture is characterised by its unrefined features and unashamed use of materials in their raw farm. Typical materials used in industrial sofas include unfinished woods, chrome, copper and steel. Detailing may include rough mechanical parts and well-worn upholstery, which again show that these pieces are there to be interacted with and not left to one side because they are delicate and flimsy.

Despite this however, industrial sofas also boast comfort and plush luxury. While you may think that an industrial sofa only has a home in a converted warehouse apartment with exposed brick and wrought iron staircases, many homes can benefit from a retro industrial sofa in rooms that are otherwise neutral and lacking a clear sense of character.

Vintage style brown leather and mid-century Italian velvet are two examples of typical industrial seating designs that marry quirkiness and decadence together.

But with so many modern industrial options out there, why should you be shopping for vintage furniture solutions? Well, for many reasons. More and more people are choosing to invest in vintage furniture because it is just that: an investment. Vintage industrial seating has already proven its quality and durability by withstanding years of life and use.

The aged quality to these items only adds to its rugged charm, and vintage furniture is also extremely sustainable, particularly industrial furniture which has a strong reliance on repurposing and upcycling. When you choose an industrial vintage sofa for your living room, you are unlikely to find in anyone else’s home.

Here at Vinterior, we only deal in premium furniture solutions. Every item you’ll find in our extensive collection has its own fascinating story behind it. If you choose to invest in a piece of vintage furniture from Vinterior, you are adding your own chapter to that story. Now that’s certainly something to talk about when you and your guests relax on your industrial sofa.

In with the new, too

However, specialising in vintage furniture doesn’t have to mean ignoring industrial pieces that are made with great quality and attention to detail today. In fact, many of the leading industrial seating brands and designers of the last century are still going strong today, creating brand new designs for customers to enjoy. This is something we also celebrate in our collection, meaning you can find more contemporary industrial furniture solutions at Vinterior with all the charm and track record of more vintage pieces.

Whether you are actively seeking out an industrial piece for your home or simply looking to get inspired, explore the Vinterior collection of furniture today. With thousands of vintage, antique and retro pieces to mull over, you’re sure to find something which would look right at home in your interior setting.

Work in the furniture trade?

Are you a trade seller or buyer with industrial sofas and you wish to feature on our online marketplace? Find out more about registering as a trade seller here or as a trade buyer here.