Apartments with Industrial Inspired Concrete Wall Panels

The industrial design trend is making way for a cozier way of living to some extent. While urban loft spaces are still stylish, more and more designers are finding ways to take some of those harsher elements -- like concrete and exposed steel -- and warm them up with furniture and light.The use of concrete, richly colored wood, and furniture that has clean lines, but also soft texture, makes for a welcoming and versatile home.

 home has the lofted ceilings of a more industrial loft space, but none of the elements like exposed ductwork that would indicate a reused property. Cozy furniture like nesting coffee tables with a fruit bowl perched on top brings warmth to the wide open space.

Even the smallest elements like a tiny planter can make a big difference in the personality of a home.
This home is clearly designed for someone that wants to feel calm and wants their guests to feel comfortable and welcome.
The warm wood elements, echoing from the ceiling to the floor, bring that cozy and welcoming vibe to space, playing off the harsher concrete.
Comfortable reading chairs like the one snuggled in the corner here are an excellent way to create those attractive space that make a house into a home.

And no party would be complete with a way to refill glasses. This simple pitcher does the job.

Photo by Colby Construction - Look for farmhouse patio design inspiration

The Hidden Pearl
The Hidden Pearl
The Hidden Pearl
The Hidden Pearl
The Hidden Pearl

The Hidden Pearl
Forsyth Farmhouse
Forsyth Farmhouse

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Forsyth Farmhouse
Marais Throw Pillow
Navy Ikat Medallion Decorative Pillow Cover
contemporary decorative pillows
Zebra Squad Throw Pillow
decorative pillows

Reclaimed Weathered Wood Wallpaper


It’s funny how holidays can evoke a certain mood from year to year. Last Christmas, I was in the mood for sophisticated, wintery glamour with a frosty, table of white, burgundy and gold. But this year? I’m all about joy in the form of color with this Christmas tabletop inspiration we created around these adorable bottle-brush trees in shades of pink, aqua and teal

Holiday decorating at a minimum

I often think most Christmas decorations are cheesy, but this home has the perfect minimal amount of non-Christmas-y decorating. This is the bright and bohemian 850 sq ft Toronto rowhouse of Jeannette Seymour who, with help from her sister - stylist and cookbook author Sasha Seymour, decked her halls for the holidays in a very non-traditional way. Via Style At Home, photos by Donna Griffith.

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