September 1, 2019

In-demand industrial

The word “industrial” may conjure up cold and hard imagery—like cement, metal and machinery. But when talked about as a design esthetic, many experts get warm and fuzzy about the industrial look.

That’s because, when applied to a home, the industrial style doesn’t have to be bland, impersonal or off-putting like a factory floor might be. Instead, it can create an inviting and open space with an attractive modernity and simplicity.

Learn more about this design technique and how it can be effectively implemented in your home by reading my latest syndicated CTW Features story, available here.