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CRASH Industrial Supply
Industrial Loft Spaces
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Industrial Loft Spaces
CRASH Industrial Supply
industrial cool
Dana Frieling Interiors
5 Reviews
Dana Frieling
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A leather couch, an industrial coffee table and a cowhide rug reflect Frieling's rustic style. The unique
A leather couch, an industrial coffee table and a cowhide rug reflect Frieling's rustic style. The unique piece against the wall was a tithing booth in an old church; now the family uses it for storage and as a prayer box. Art on the gallery wall is a combination of Frieling's father's pencil drawings
“BM señora grey” — maltamb64
Cottage Industry
Cottage Industry Interiors
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Cottage Style Interiors with Vintage Elements All Photos By: Cottage Industry
Cottage Industry Interiors
Cottage Industry
“shelf and desk, do not like side table” — denisebarratt
Zin Home
8 Reviews
Men's Room
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Industrial Metal and Wood Coffee
Industrial Furniture
“Like the table and love seat!” — Janine Tedford
High Fashion Home
Citron Salon
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Roman Sectional is $2499. Element Coffee Table is $799. Gorgeous wallpaper with industrial chic furniture. I love it!
A romantic tufted sofa paired with an industrial strength coffee table on wheels.
Roman Sectional is $2499. Element Coffee Table is $799. Gorgeous wallpaper with industrial chic furniture. I love it!
“Living area” — paggiiwaggii
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
5 Reviews
Container Vegetable Gardens
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water, and holds it in the potting mix for plants. Unlike peat moss, coir won't repel water if it dries out. An abundant byproduct of the coconut industry, it's more sustainable than peat. I still add some peat to potting mixes for acid-loving plants like blueberries, but use coir for all other uses
water, and holds it in the potting mix for plants. Unlike peat moss, coir won't repel water if it dries out. An abundant byproduct of the coconut industry, it's more sustainable than peat. I still add some peat to potting mixes for acid-loving plants like blueberries, but use coir for all other uses
water, and holds it in the potting mix for plants. Unlike peat moss, coir won't repel water if it dries out. An abundant byproduct of the coconut industry, it's more sustainable than peat. Photo by Steve Masley
“coir use” — janehirt
Lewis Creek Company
12 Reviews
Shelving for Antique Crates
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industrial design
industrial rustic shelving
antique industrial design
industrial shelving
kaygi
modern rustic kitchen
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industrial kitchen
brick and industrial with character
cheery industrial
“rustic. sign.” — kjhayes99
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