theLOFT is hands-down one of our favorite spaces at Woodstock Furniture & Mattress Outlet. It’s also where our customers come to find unique decorative pieces and interior design inspiration. Why? Because our experienced buyers choose each and every curated piece of furniture found in theLOFT! Located in our Acworth and Hiram showrooms, theLOFT is an eclectic blend of different trending decor styles, from rustic farmhouse, to industrial, to mid-century modern. Whether your decorative taste is for wrought iron, reclaimed wood, or handcrafted carpentry, we have the perfect unique piece for your chosen style. The goal with today’s post is to give you just a taste of some of our favorite decor styles that you can find in theLOFT:

Farmhouse Décor

Farmhouse Style

The Interlude 5 Piece Dining Set is one of many examples of Farmhouse Style in theLOFT.

Farmhouse style, sometimes also known as cottage style, is an homage to the simplicity and warmth of rural farm life. Often characterized by vintage hardwoods and muted neutral tones, it is both functional and comfortable. Farmhouse is a timeless, classic, design style that anyone can do with a little effort. When done correctly, the farmhouse look is one of subtle sophistication. Think Joanna Gaines or Paula Deen, both of whom utilize variations of this style, albeit differently, in many of their furniture lines. The aptly named farmhouse table practically screams farmhouse style. Here in theLOFT we have an ever-changing variety of farmhouse tables, many of which are made the old-fashioned way – by hand.

Industrial Décor

Industrial Style

If you love the look of cast iron, worn brick, old factory carts and Edison bulbs, Industrial style may be the flavor for you.

Decidedly more urban than farmhouse style, industrial style is still every bit as vintage. Industrial style takes much of its inspiration from the industrial spaces of yesteryear. If you love the look of cast iron, worn brick, old factory carts and Edison bulbs, this may be the stylistic flavor for you. This minimalist look is characterized by clean lines, exposed metal and distressed wood. It also has a distinct air of functionality. After all, what is more functional or efficient than a factory? With industrial decor, you never have to worry about “the form” overtaking “the function”.

Mid-Century Modern

Mid-Century Modern

The Walters Sofa is a perfect example of Mid-century Modern style. In theLOFT in Acworth or online.

Lastly, mid-century modern is another furniture style you’ll find in theLOFT. As the name might suggest, mid-century modern design evolved during the 1930s to 1960s. It was an all-encompassing artistic movement that included everything from interior design to architecture. Key design elements include extremely clean lines with right angles, materials like glass and stainless steel, and often odd, curved geometric shapes. This gives mid-century modern a very eclectic, retro futuristic feel.  For an oversimplified example, think of the look of The Jetsons; a clearly futuristic take on 1950s and 1960s America.

theLOFT: Atlanta’s Source for Unique Decor Styles

So there you have it. Keep in mind that much of our stock in theLOFT are rare, one-off pieces. We source many of these pieces locally, and many are made by hand, or re-purposed from antique furniture. As a result, our stock can change daily as we both sell and acquire new limited stock furniture and decor. Check out theLOFT department on our website for a sampling of our offerings, but be sure to swing by our physical showrooms in Acworth and Hiram frequently so you don’t miss a thing. Our knowledgeable, no-pressure associates would love to help you find that unique accent piece you’ve been searching for! Come experience the Woodstock Furniture & Mattress Outlet difference — better quality at lower prices!

Keep your eyes peeled over the next couple months as we dive deeper into each one of the above decor styles. Stay posted to our blog next week when we discuss one of the most award-winning brands in our lineup – Tempur-Pedic!

[Editors note: You can find our follow-up posts on Farmhouse Decor, Industrial Decor and Mid-Century Modern here on the blog.]