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5 Ways To Add Warmth To An Industrial-Style Home

It never hurts to add rustic flair to turn a cold room into a cozy haven

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There's no denying that industrial-inspired spaces are all the rage. From business centers and cafes to condo units and multi-storey homes, everything seem to be dressed up in brick, steel, and concrete elements nowadays. However, these open rooms can also look a little too stark. To avoid making your home feel like an abandoned warehouse, check out these tips: 

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