NEW YORK, Dec. 1, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- "Art imitates life." That is certainly true these days when it comes to interior design. The new "industrial revolution," the current influx of industrial styled home décor products, reflects the growing need for consumers to cut back in the troubled economy. Just as homeowners are trimming expenses, this industrial trend infuses simple warm touches with rough minimalism. Charles P. Rogers, legendary makers of quality beds and mattresses for almost 160 years, offers the perfect destination for designers looking to incorporate this industrial feel into their clients' bedroom plans.
"The industrial style in home décor has been popular for sometime. But it is no longer simply an elimination of needless embellishments. It combines clean lines with raw materials that creates an overall sleek and sophisticated look," explains President, Linda Klein. "Our classic brass and timeless iron beds, along with our minimalist wood platform beds, echo what designers and their clients crave; great quality with a refined industrial look. They have been flying out of the store."
The industrial trend can be divided into two looks: clean and graphic and natural vintage. Clean and graphic is minimalistic featuring bold accents such as a large metal initial affixed to an accent wall, chalkboard paint in the dining room or bright orange throw pillows on a neutral-toned, low-slung sofa. Within this aesthetic, Charles P. Rogers offers several contemporary options such as the Maxion platform bed. It is handcrafted from hardwood planks with a hand-rubbed espresso finish and features hand forged ironwork and decorative hardware with a wrought iron finish. The Delise platform bed combines a solid mahogany base with stainless steel legs for a chic look.
The natural vintage style can be highlighted by mixing in original vintage elements such as an old wooden farmhouse table or an antique windowpane on the wall with faux vintage pieces. Charles P. Rogers provides a myriad of vintage choices. The original "gaslight" design of the Boston bed includes decorative accents cast by hand directly onto the iron framework while the simple wrought iron Crain bed features brass finials. Finally, the classic Cottage bed made from hand-forged iron available in Wrought Iron or Antique White provides timeless simplicity for a relaxing environment.
Whether it's a loft that features exposed brick, ductwork, or pipes, or a bedroom that includes filament bulb light fixtures and an unfinished wooden armoire, Charles P. Rogers offers an inviting design option to complement the industrial design trend. With the ability to ship direct all over the world, Charles P. Rogers creates a relaxing sales process for both homeowners and accredited designers. To purchase or for additional information, please visit www.charlesprogers.com.
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