Photographed by Shelly Guberek; Designed by Jessica McCarthy.
3. Least Requested — Industrial

Raw, exposed bricks and factory windows will always be close to our heart, despite this previously sought-after style slipping off the radar for many. "We see the industrial design prominent in lofts, modern apartments, and office spaces," says McCarthy.

"This style is perfect for those who love to embrace the bones of their spaces. Think exposed beams, brick walls, and concrete flooring." Don't live in a loft but love the look? Don't let that deter you, the designer adds."Industrial style has the misconception that you have to live in an industrial space to achieve the look, when you can actually achieve the style by incorporating industrial-influenced furniture into any style of space."