Exclusive Warehouse Home Paper Designs
At Warehouse Home, we are passionate about exceptional design and supporting talented designer-makers. We also feel strongly about recycling and sustainability. While a printed publication is at the heart of our business, it is published on 100% recycled paper stock. And we have devised a unique way of dealing with damaged or ‘waste’ copies. Warehouse Home Issue One became pendant lamps, Warehouse Home Issue Two was transformed into wall and table clocks. This year, identifying recycled paper and paper-based designs as a key interiors trend, we commissioned seven talented designers to each rework small batches of Warehouse Home Issue Three. These one-off pieces are available exclusively to purchase through the Warehouse Home Shop.
(Above) Shredded vase by Magie Hollingworth, £120; Shade 120 by Laura Nelson, £250; Quartz lamp by Maria Fiter, £100; Pulp bowl in wire nest by Magie Hollingworth, £85; Papier-mâché utensils by Magie Hollingworth, from £30 each; Angular vase and accessories tray by Dan Hoolahan, £60 each; Decorative form by James Shaw, £110. All mywarehousehome.com/shop; (Background) Dapple wallpaper, 10m x 60cm, £195 per roll, Robin Sprong; Vintage industrial glove mould, £58, The Old Cinema; Waffle 100% grey linen throw by Ines Cole, £115, The Old Cinema
Processed paper ‘beads’ adorn the legs of this beautiful oval-shaped oak coffee table by German designer Pia Wüstenberg. Turned on a lathe, a solid block of paper sheets takes on a marbled appearance.
Processed paper table by Pia Wüstenberg, £275, Warehouse Home Shop
The Pulp stool by Polish furniture designer Paula Szwedkowicz combines wooden legs with a sturdy concrete-like paper pulp seat. The untreated pulp contains pine seeds. At the end of the stool’s use, it can be planted to continue the life cycle of the design.
Pulp stool by Paula Szwedkowicz, £295, Warehouse Home Shop
Contemporary paper artist Magie Hollingworth was so inspired by Warehouse Home that she applied several techniques to her copies. Magie crafted a set of beautiful pulped paper vessels, charming papier-mâché utensils and a shredded vase.
Pulped paper vessels, £120; Papier-mâché utensils, from £30; All Warehouse Home Shop
James’ London studio specialises in materials research. He designed a special ‘gun’ to extrude paper pulp in interesting and unusual forms. Once hard, they’re painted in natural lacquer.
Decorative bowls by James Shaw, £110, Warehouse Home Shop
Maria’s studio Crea-re takes its name from ‘creativity’ and ‘recycling’. The shape of this Quartz lamp was inspired by geological forms, with an angular pulp paper shade and matching ceiling rose.
Quartz lamp by Maria Fiter, £100, Warehouse Home Shop
Liverpool based furniture and product designer Dan Hoolahan glued together dozens of pages of Warehouse Home. Once dry, the solid material was sawn, drilled and milled to form small vessels.
Angular vase and accessories by Dan Hoolahan, £60 each, Warehouse Home Shop
Product designer Laura Nelson carefully folded individual pages of Warehouse Home, before securing the fanned out pages with a custom-made fitting to create a simple and pretty light shade.
Shade 120 by Laura Nelson, £250, Warehouse Home Shop
The Limited Edition Warehouse Home Paper Designs are all available to purchase exclusively from the Warehouse Home Shop:
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