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GARYPROJECTS

Very well done! Do like the raw element!

   
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May Construction, Inc.

Industrial style done right.

   
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Shilpa Hattangadi

Nothing looks soft, warm, or inviting to me here. Maybe that's the esthetic they were going for. But even the couch looks hard and uninviting. I would have added some fur throws and sheepskin rugs.

   

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