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Mixed Materials: Styling A Living Room

Posted on Jul 20, 2017 by

The striking juxtaposition of natural and manmade in these inviting spaces was originally inspired by the terracotta tones of the exposed brickwork and the richly coloured wooden floor. The handmade live-edge furniture and solid vessels with simple shapes demonstrate a quality of craftsmanship. Fitting for a former factory that once pulsed with productivity.

We style a living room fitting for a former factory that once pulsed with productivity

We style a living room fitting for a former factory that once pulsed with productivity
Photography by Oliver Perrott | Styling by Hannah Franklin

Facing page, from left: Duka rustic wooden stool by Urban Nature Culture, £74.95, selfridges.com; Vintage Redhead theatre light, £210, encorereclamation.co.uk; Spalted Hornbeam slice coffee table, £525, handmadeinbrighton.com; Medium volcanic ash terrarium with glass bowl, £89, westelm.co.uk; Cale chain-link decorative object, £65, ralphlauren.co.uk; Faux moss spray, £9.95 each, grahamandgreen.co.uk; Twig cube, £1,180, pinchdesign.com; Victorian tub chair in velvet and piped, £1,295, inescole.com; Nicholson stool, £275, andrewmartin.co.uk; (On top of the Nicholson stool) Ebonized and limed oak bowl by Fritz Baumann, £420, matterofstuff.com; Split birch stool, £650, forest-and-found.com; (On top of the Split birch stool) Limed oak box by Fritz Baumann, £540, matterofstuff.com; Woven ombré cushion in chartreuse, £85, conranshop.co.uk; Rustic mortar (not including plants), £800, roseuniacke.com; (On the wall) Cracked concrete mural, £50 per sq m, surfaceview.co.uk

This feature was adapted from Warehouse Home Issue Six! Subscribe today and receive your copy hot off the press.

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