In a time of mid-century modern, shabby chic, and Scandinavian design, industrial design provides a unique approach. With a timeless and complex quality, industrial design is not going anywhere soon.
Some reasons for its recently growing popularity include practicality, uniqueness, and appeal to those with strict budgets. From exposed brick walls and ceilings, to re-purposed and thrift shop items such as salvaged pallets and laboratory cabinets, the style is distinctive.
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Look around your home and tell us what you see. Yes, it isn’t spring but you’ve got to dedicate a day to do some general cleaning and decluttering.
Come to think of it, do you really need that many framed photos and knickknacks on display? And let’s not ignore how many artworks are pinned against your walls. Yes, they’re worth-displaying individually but as a whole, with everything going on, it might only come off as clutter.
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Have you decided which interior home design should be your theme this season? Minimalist and modern are great, but drawing inspiration from the French might suit best for you.
When you think of French culture, what comes first the top of your mind aside from The Eiffel Tower? Well, France and Paris, in general, are synonymous with having impeccable style. They’re the masters of contemporary and classic style from clothing to interior design.
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Is your bedroom or living room a cluttered mess even when it's clean? Perhaps it's time to see if some of your stuff includes furniture you can live without.
Are you need of freeing up a little space for some new furniture? Take a hard look at your nightstand and coffee table. Do you really use those items regularly? If not, maybe it’s time to cut down furniture that seems to simply be a place to pile things up when you don't ...