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Interior Styling: Summer Living Space

Posted on Jul 20, 2016 by

A contemporary summer-inspired scheme transforms this warehouse home. Faux marble and concrete complement real brick. A variety of textures, including wood, paper and textiles, together with pastel shades, soften the raw industrial features. See how we transform this warehouse home for summer and read on as we share three key pieces to uplift your interior.

Pretty and pale shades soften the exposed and industrial features of this Warehouse space. We transform this Warehouse Home for easy summer living in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine

Pretty and pale shades soften the exposed and industrial features of this Warehouse space
Photography by Oliver Perrott | Styling by Hannah Franklin

(On the floor, from left) CONE Unfolded seat big, £500, julewaib el.com; CONE Unfolded seat medium, £400, julewaibel.com; 100 Contemporary Concrete Buildings, £34.99 (two volume set), designmuseumshop.com; Paper Carpet in Pistachio Green by HAY, £89, amara.com; Clara leather loafers in silver, £215, grenson.co.uk; (Hanging) Marbled paper lampshade No.15, £52, house-envy.co.uk; (Against the wall, from left) Sofa One upholstered in Clyde Mint, £3,962, anothercountry.com; Ferracement wallpaper, 10m x 60cm, £195 per roll, robinsprong.com; (On the sofa, from left) Waffle 100% grey linen throw by Ines Cole, £115, theoldcin ema.co.uk; Stones cushion, €43, lilesadi.com; Regency pink velvet cushion, £25, habitat.co.uk; (On the floor, right) MILESTONES Unfolded rug small, £250, julewaibel.com; Colour Wood low table by Karimoku New Standard, £637, viaduct.co.uk; Faceture straight tall vase in Salmon, £130, philcuttance.com; Faceture straight short vase in Mid Grey, £80, philcuttance.com

“This beautiful space proves that an industrial interior can be an effective backdrop for a surprisingly delicate scheme. But raw original features, such as brickwork, can also be embraced and enhanced with contemporary concrete and marble designs” – Hannah Franklin, Stylist

Contemporary designs embrace and enhance an industrial interior. We transform this warehouse home for easy summer living in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine

Contemporary designs embrace and enhance an industrial interior
Photography by Oliver Perrott | Styling by Hannah Franklin

Ferracement wallpaper, 10m x 60cm, £195 per roll, robinsprong.com; (Hanging) Off The Wall hanging, £19.95, woolandthegang.com; (On the floor, from left) CONE Unfolded seat small, £300, julewaibel.com; MILESTONES Unfolded rug small, £250, julewaibel.com; Arran Chair II in Dusky Pink with Grey, £800, rosesharpjones.co.uk; ( On the floor, underneath the chair) Paper Pulp decorative bowl by James Shaw, £110, mywarehousehome.com/shop

Inspired by our home styling centerfold as featured in Warehouse Home Issue Four, we share three key pieces to inspire a successful summer interior scheme at home. Rugs, cushions and lighting easily and quickly lighten the mood of a space, whilst their contemporary design and soft pallet add visual interest to an industrial scheme.

Add texture and visual interest to your space with these velvet, marbled, and pastel inspired designs. We transform this warehouse home for easy summer living in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine

Add texture and visual interest to your space with these velvet, marbled, and pastel inspired designs
Images via House Envy, Amara and Habitat

(From left) Marbled paper lampshade No. 15, £52, House Envy; Paper carpet in Pistachio Green by HAY, £89, Amara; Regency pink velvet cushion, £25, Habitat

Inspired by this feature? Take a look at our Pinterest Board for more pastel interior schemes

This feature has been taken from Warehouse Home Issue Four, which is out now! The latest issue of the internationally renowned Warehouse Home magazine is live online and can be enjoyed in full and entirely free. Read Warehouse Home Issue Four by clicking here or view in the reader below.

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