DE­SIGN

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cludes in­dus­trial chic in­volves the use of nat­u­ral ma­te­ri­als such as jute, rope, sisal and other ma­te­ri­als. Of­ten these ma­te­ri­als are wo­ven and in­te­grated with lux­u­ri­ous woods such as wal­nut or oak in a sin­gle piece of fur­ni­ture.

CON­CRETE

Con­crete may not be the most stain re­sis­tant ma­te­rial, how­ever it has emerged as a modern choice es­pe­cially as it re­lates to liv­ing and din­ing ar­eas. Con­crete is an in­ter­est­ing and in­no­va­tive ma­te­rial for those look­ing to add a modern edge to nearly any space.

BLACK AND GOLD

Some­times in fash­ion and home decor cer­tain color com­bi­na­tions emerge. Right now, black and gold is one of the hottest color com­bi­na­tions for the home. Dark choco­late and ebony woods or ma­te­ri­als are of­ten paired with brass or gold ac­cents.

VEL­VET

Lush and sump­tu­ous, vel­vet is mak­ing a come­back. From so­fas, chairs and ot­tomans, vel­vet is a way to add soft­ness and tex­ture to a space.

DE­SIGN RECIPES TNS

Smaller stone ta­bles cre­ate a lux­u­ri­ous yet mod­u­lar cof­fee ta­ble.

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