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Industrial spaces are dull no longer. Known to feature raw textures and metal accents, today there are many more design possibilities in any industrial space, large or small. From wardrobe to living area, see how these five designers have played up these spaces.
Less is more in this minimal dining room by Sharon Rembaum Design. The soft blues in our Bindi rug pop against rich leather seating and an industrial chandelier. Natural light fills the entirety of the space, creating an inviting look.
For the dapper gentleman, a wardrobe fit for a king is essential. With our Idele carpet as the power plaid base, Design duo Studio McGee carefully furnished this walk in closet to not only showcase clothing, but also strategically organize them as well.
All that’s missing is a whiskey neat for this sitting area by Jenny Kirschner. A luxurious laid back chair is the perfect end to a long work day. Framed by our Perlex carpet, metallic accents, and a rustic end table, this mod space is just as relaxing as it is stylish.
An entry way that makes a statement. With a minimal aesthetic, this space by design team Villalobos Desio is enriched with wooden accents and a raised lighting fixture. The focal point of the space, our Hide carpet, invies guests to explore more of the home.
Extensive seating, and an organized gallery wall make for a put together living space by Dan Mazzarini, of BHDM Design. A soft grey custom Stark carpet brightens the space, while braided leather seating and dark colorings give this living room an edge.
Leave it to Michael Kors to put the “master” in master bedroom. Laid in a custom Stark carpet by designer Glen Gissler, this space establishes a luxurious aesthetic that lets you rest easily, while maintaining its design integrity. Strong metal lines meet with plush textiles to create contrast.