Holl and Lane Magazine Feature

I was honored to be featured on the Holl and Lane Magazine Blog.  The magazine’s motto is – We are more than just a magazine; we are a community of women that share our hearts with boldness.  The magazine and blog features articles covering divorce, body image, anxiety, twins, recipes, home decor tips and inspiration (like mine!!), and adventures to other countries.

You will find my feature about Industrial Elements In A Room with the collection of other wonderfully written and inspiring posts.

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Here are some excerpts from my posts:

As we were renovating and setting up our new home I was looking to add unique pieces that would be timeless and fit the modern, eclectic style I was working towards.  The use of industrial pipes for furniture and shelving was something I wanted to create and use in our home.  To start, I wanted to create a large entertainment stand with shelves that could be used for our TV, storage, and decor…

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The designing and creating of the entertainment stand went so well that I was inspired to add more industrial pipes into the room.  The next creation was three floating shelves made of walnut lumber, 10 inch x ¾ inch pipes, 8 inch x ¾ inch pipes, ¾ inch flanges, and ¾ inch caps.  Currently, these shelves are kid centered by storing toys, art supplies, and books in an aesthetically pleasing way…

My father-in-law also caught hold of my vision and gave me a piece of reclaimed wood that fit perfectly on our brick fireplace.  This incredibly heavy piece of wood required 6 inch x 1 inch pipes, 4 inch x 1 inch pipes, 1 inch flanges, and 1 inch elbow brackets to hold it up.  The mantel is an impressive statement against the large brick wall…

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A joint effort of vision, labor, and creativity brought industrial elements to our family room that are timeless and unique.

Photos by Lori Baskin






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