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We always love to hear from visitors to our website and readers of Warehouse Home magazine. Get in touch and let us know your thoughts by emailing rachel [at] mywarehousehome [dot] com

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For any enquiries relating to the Warehouse Home e-shop please email shop [at] mywarehousehome [dot] com

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If you are a journalist and would like to write something nice about us, thank you! Please get in touch via sophie [at] mywarehousehome [dot] com

Advertising enquiries

To advertise in Warehouse Home magazine or to discuss running sponsored posts or competitions on please contact mary [at] mywarehousehome [dot] com or sophie [at] mywarehousehome [dot] com

Featuring on and in Warehouse Home magazine

If you’re a designer or retailer and have new products you’d like to tell us about, we’d love to hear from you. If you’re a publisher and have a design book or publication you think we should read, let us know. If you run a restaurant, bar or hotel and think our readers will love your style, please send us details. Get in touch via editor [at] mywarehousehome [dot] com

Affiliate partnerships

It is not at all unusual for blogs or websites to be involved with affiliate schemes – it simply means that if you click through and buy products from some of the retailers featured, we will receive a nominal percentage of the sale price if the purchase is made within a set number of days. This makes absolutely no difference to the price you pay for anything you have originally seen featured on – but it does mean that we can continue to bring you pages and pages of stunning interiors inspiration uncluttered by ads. We should mention that where a product’s featured on several retailers’ websites, we’ll always try to find the most reasonably priced option.

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