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Get The Look: Warehouse Windows

Posted on Feb 22, 2017 by

Arguably, one of the most attractive features of factory and warehouse conversions is usually considered to be the windows. Here in this Budapest loft, originally a weapons plant built in 1913, large industrial windows flood the interior space with natural light. But contemporary spaces can channel this look too.

Here in this Budapest loft, originally a weapons plant built in 1913, large industrial windows flood the interior space with natural light

Here in this Budapest loft, originally a weapons plant built in 1913, large industrial windows flood the interior space with natural light
Image courtesy of A+Z Design Studio | Photography by Beppe Brancato

Upcycled and repurposed as a mirror, these larger than life frames are a simple way to recreate the look in any interior.

Large window pane mirror, £425, Graham & Green

A rustic metal guide frames this oversized decorative mirror

A rustic metal guide frames this oversized decorative mirror
Image courtesy of Graham & Green

Industrial window mirror, £150, Cox and Cox

Here elegant curves soften a bold black frame and strong lines

Here elegant curves soften a bold black frame and strong lines
Image courtesy of Cox and Cox

Taking inspiration from shadows, this hyper-realistic wool rug offers a playful take on the trend.

Noon printed wool carpet by Alessandra Baldereschi, Price on request, Mogg.it

Taking inspiration from shadows, this hyper-realistic wool rug offers a playful take on the trend

Taking inspiration from shadows, this hyper-realistic wool rug offers a playful take on the trend
Image courtesy of Mogg.it

This feature was inspired by the debut Warehouse Home book published by Thames & Hudson. Why not pre-order your copy today?

Read Warehouse Home Issue Five here! 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 Five by clicking here or view in the reader below.

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