Warehouse Home is a must read and go-to resource for industrial inspiration and twenty-first-century living.
Packed full of stunning photographs, Warehouse Home showcases beautifully renovated former industrial buildings from around the world; from a liquor warehouse in New York and biscuit factory in Italy, to a printworks in London and candy factory in Australia.
The book is broken down into two main sections. The first section, 'Architectural Features' explores the original features and characteristics associated with industrial buildings; from columns, beams and brickwork, to interior windows and mezzanines. The second section, 'Decorative Details' then looks at how to achieve the industrial look within your own home through creative and practical tips, from the use of concrete, crates and containers, to lockers, plywood and vintage linen. At the back of the book, a list of stockist can be found, including The Den & Now.
This beautifully illustrated book, edited and compiled by Sophie Bush and published by Thames & Hudson, is the debut book from internationally renowned interior design magazine and media brand, Warehouse Home.
The perfect gift for fans of industrial style decor and warehouse living.
Size: 25.5 x 21 x 4 cm (HxWxD)
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