Get The Look: Bermondsey Warehouse
In the heart of Bermondsey in south London, an area that is rich in history, a three-storey former industrial store has been sensitively re-imagined as a home. Bespoke traditional style joinery, conceived and crafted by expert Suffolk-based joiner Chris Reeve, suits the Victorian brickwork and vintage finds. State-of-the-art features and a wine cellar slot subtly into place.
Get The Look
The success of Number 29 above rests on the owner’s clever combination of vintage style with salvaged pieces and reclaimed materials to complement the features of an old building. Classic materials like oak and marble are ideal ingredients for a heritage home. Subway style tiles evoke the shape of exposed bricks. Selecting a classic paint colour will hold these elements and vintage accessories together. A new range from the Victoria and Albert Museum has traditional colours inspired by the London landmark.
Matt emulsion in Owen’s Teal from the Victoria and Albert Classic Collection, £36 for 2.5 litres, V&A Paint
Giralda Cascara tiles and trims, from £4.99 each, Fired Earth
Late C19th shop mirror, £4,500, Lassco
Perfect for country and contemporary kitchens, this Cooks oak table features a Carrara marble top. £2,799, Heals
This feature was taken from Warehouse Home Issue Six! Subscribe today and receive your copy hot off the press.