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A Look at Hot-Rolled Steel in 5 Modern Homes

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To attain a true industrial aesthetic, there's nothing better than the unique look and feel of hot-rolled industrial steel. Unlike cold-rolling, which requires extra processing at room temperature, hot-rolling shapes steel at blistering hot temperatures and requires no additional treatment. Hot-rolling typically produces a wider range of shapes as compared to cold-rolling, though with less rigorous tolerances for precision sizing. However, that hardly limits its application. From stairs to shelves, see its diverse uses in these five homes.

The fireplace wall, a Resolution: 4 signature, is made of 14-gauge hot-rolled steel panels with storage components in...
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Cost-effective hot-rolled steel—steel being an Olson Kunding signature—covers the treads on the staircase leading to...
A centralized fireplace was built into a custom, multi-purpose cabinet welded from sheets of hot-rolled steel.
Once a teacher’s lounge, the master bedroom now occupies the first-floor space.
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