Vintage Meets Industrial at Central Machine Works
Items pictured: Oscar Stools, Hank Cubes, Archer Settee, Parker Coffee Table, Braided Jute Pouf, Woodlief Side Table Set, Belle Side Table, Bauhaus Side Table, Malik Rug, Amberlin Rug, Demijohn, med, Kilim Pillows, Grey Moroccan Pom Pillow, Olive Green Velvet Pillow, Rust Velvet Lumbar Pillow, Neutral Turkish Hemp Pillow, Striped Turkish Hemp Pillow
One of the great things about Central Machine Works is how they integrate local artists into their aesthetic. With larger than life murals by Tom Jean Webb, eye-catching canvas work by Emily Eisenhart, and a partnership with Preacher Gallery, Austin artists have a major advocate for getting their art seen and noticed by the masses with this venue.
We chose to create a ceremony scene indoors, but on a crisp fall day, you could just as easily use the huge outdoor space for your walk down the aisle. Either way, you’re destined to have guests in awe of your impeccable style.
For our dining setup, we wanted to keep the look effortless and fun while including a moody touch to compliment the dramatic window doors. Dark table setting details matched with some mod Bertoia chairs are what we went with to achieve that vibe.