That’s Why You Could Adopt An Industrial Design Into Your House

When It Comes To Texture, Rough Wins

While minimalist and Scandinavian designs warm up their streamlined spaces with texture in the form of wool, sheepskin, and linen, industrial design keeps things a little rough around the edges.

Texture comes in the form of wood and metal (both surfaces and furniture), harsh concrete, and exposed brick, which helps warm up a space without having to add cozy textiles, thanks to the red hue.

However, if you’re wanting a little softness, opt for “antique and vintage rugs and washed linens to keep it from feeling too cold and unapproachable,” Tolbert says.

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