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This home of Danish fashion designer, Naja Munthe, has been making the rounds, but I couldn't not post such a beautiful home. It's so chic and elegant in it's distilled color palette but also has such a warmth to it that so many black & white interiors are lacking. Absolutely stunning - one of my favorites. photos via

This home of Danish fashion designer, Naja Munthe, has been making the rounds, but I couldn't not post such a beautiful home. It's so chic and elegant in it's distilled color palette but also has such a warmth to it that so many black & white interiors are lacking. Absolutely stunning - one of my favorites. photos via

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on’t you just love the elegance of steel windows? Once upon a time only found in old industrial buildings, they have been moving into our homes more and more. The strong steel makes it possible to make the mullions so …

on’t you just love the elegance of steel windows? Once upon a time only found in old industrial buildings, they have been moving into our homes more and more. The strong steel makes it possible to make the mullions so …

Yes, It's Possible to Live Well in a Studio Apartment—Here's How via @MyDomaine

Yes, It's Possible to Live Well in a Studio Apartment—Here's How via @MyDomaine

You Have To See This Beautiful Flat in Barcelona — Bloglovin'—the Edit

You Have To See This Beautiful Flat in Barcelona — Bloglovin'—the Edit

T.D.C: Fitzroy Loft by Architects EAT. Photo by Derek Swalwell

T.D.C: Fitzroy Loft by Architects EAT. Photo by Derek Swalwell

Industrial interiors are normally saved for loft and warehouse conversions, utilising the surroundings to make a living space that fits in with the original purpose of the building – think huge windows, exposed pipes and unfinished walls. Now the industrial look is a growing trend in many homes and commercial spaces, with many taking inspiration from ‘unfinished’ and utilitarian features and objects. Here are some of our favourite industrial interior trends…

Industrial interiors are normally saved for loft and warehouse conversions, utilising the surroundings to make a living space that fits in with the original purpose of the building – think huge windows, exposed pipes and unfinished walls. Now the industrial look is a growing trend in many homes and commercial spaces, with many taking inspiration from ‘unfinished’ and utilitarian features and objects. Here are some of our favourite industrial interior trends…

Doors & Windows - Stunning steel frame & glass doors & windows

Doors & Windows - Stunning steel frame & glass doors & windows

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East Room, a communal office space in #Toronto

East Room, a communal office space in #Toronto