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Warehouse Home Issue Seven

Posted on Nov 13, 2017 by

We’re delighted to announce the launch of Warehouse Home Issue Seven. Order your copy today, hot off the press!

From our Editor:

In the last issue of Warehouse Home magazine we announced the launch of a new interior design and sourcing service. In Warehouse Home Issue Seven we are proud to unveil one of our most recently completed interiors projects for a leading property developer (pages 6-11). Our interiors work with homeowners, designers and developers led us to devote a great deal of time to sourcing the finest paint colours and finishes for each scheme.

Wherever in the world you’re reading this latest issue, we hope you’ll enjoy it

Wherever in the world you’re reading this latest issue, we hope you’ll enjoy it
Styling by Olivia Gregory | Photography by Oliver Perrott

We’ve been working closely with the expert team at Master Paintmakers and are excited to announce that a Warehouse Home paint range will hit the market in June 2018. Our collection of 30 colours has been inspired by and named after industrial processes and products. Whether you live in a warehouse conversion, a heritage building or a modern home, our paints will suit original features and industrial inspired schemes alike.

To celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of London Design Festival, we curated the ideal Warehouse Home apartment in the heart of Shoreditch

To celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of London Design Festival, we curated the ideal Warehouse Home apartment in the heart of Shoreditch

In the meantime, if you’re channelling a New York loft look, this latest edition of Warehouse Home is filled with inspiration. Natural materials like horn (page 13) and a new generation of imaginative tiles (page 15) will add interesting textures to a space, while mirrored designs (page 12) create a more industrial luxe effect.

Add texture and dimension to an interior space with designs made in mirror, timber and horn

Add texture and dimension to an interior space with designs made in mirror, timber and horn

As our global readership continues to expand, it is only fitting that this issue also has a strong international influence, with Japanese inspired homeware (page 16) and travel tips from Copenhagen (pages 34-35). Wherever in the world you’re reading this latest issue, we hope you’ll enjoy it.

Sophie Bush (Founder & Editor, Warehouse Home)

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