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    Not just for urban lofts, industrial design is a style embraced in gorgeous homes everywhere. Celebrating a design age that appreciated manufacturing, mechanical ingenuity and raw interiors, industrial design showcases neutral tones, wood, metals and practical objects. Add a raw, unfinished look to your home with a signature furnishing or accessory.

    one: Architect screw stool, available at Dau Neu.

    two: Rustic wheel bookends, available at Amini's.

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    one: Tilt-a-wire mirror, available at Dau Neu.

    two: 1-light pendant, The Wright Stuff collection, by Varaluz, available at Holt Lighting Depot.

    three: Cricket brass folding lounge chair, by Brown Jordan, available at KDR Designer Showrooms.

    four: Brandy side table, available at Savvy Surrounding Style.

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    Sprinkle some sparkle and shine throughout your home with touches of glam and glitz. Furnishings and accessories that evoke the Old Hollywood style will amp up the richness in any space.

    one: Ginger mirror, available at Kenn Gray Home.

    two: Pendant chandelier, Light spheres collection, by Elk Lighting, available at Holt Lighting Depot.

    three: Light-green onyx bookends, available at Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams.

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    Illuminate your kitchen island with a functional yet decorative lighting fixture. Pendants, chandeliers or track lighting are all options that will provide plenty of light while amping up the style in your space.

    one: Summit pendant, by Tech Lighting, available at Metro Lighting.

    two: French oak opened framed lantern, available at Amini's.

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    Gaining popularity in interior design is a metallic that doesn't always get a lot of attention... copper. The richness, versatility and patina of copper bring a bold touch of warmth to any style.

    one: Currey light fixture, available at Metro Lighting.

    two: Copper leaf bowl, available at Savvy Surrounding Style.

    three: Marcel copper lamp, available at Ooh La La.

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    Think back to your elementary school days for design inspiration… squares, circles, triangles…these basic shapes are hot for homes. Even if math wasn’t your best subject, geometric designs give a room a bold statement.

    one: Orbit sculpture, available at Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams.

    two: Madera 5-light chandelier, by Elk Lighting available at Holt Lighting Depot.

    three: Pyramid candle, available at West Elm.

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