You old factory lover, you! Your favorite style is all raw, unfinished surfaces and utilitarian objects that double as decor in your home.
Industrial style takes it cues from old factories and industrial spaces. Exposed brick, stone and ductwork are all markers of the style. Industrial design incorporates raw, unfinished surfaces, neutral tones, utilitarian objects, and wood and metal surfaces. Industrial style is somewhat minimalistic and often features polished concrete floors. Wood floors are also an option in industrial decor.
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