Industrial Styling: It’s A Longe Story
A beautifully crafted chaise longue is the focal point of this quiet reading corner in a warehouse home. Combining traditional elegance with contemporary twists it is well suited to this heritage conversion. Forest green upholstery is a smart contrast to raw brick and timber. And patinated metal is complemented by polished brass accessories.
(Above, main) Tiffany serving platter in Old Gold, £25, abigailahern.com; Brewer stand set in brass by KINTO, £190, homearama. co.uk; Ayasa pourer in brass, £35, hollys-house.com; Leta chaise in green wool and natural walnut, from £3,550, pinchdesign.co m; Large velvet cushion in indigo, 50cm x 50cm, £38, attpynta.com; Art cushion, 30cm x 50cm, £55, woven.co.uk; (Hanging) Factory light with midnight blue braided cord by Bare Bones Lighting for Warehouse Home, £180, mywarehousehome.com/shop; (On the floor) Roll top cross-body vintage canvas tote by MAHALA, £165, lassco.uk; Vintage industrial metal double locker cabinet, £190, lovelitter.co.uk; Vintage American fire extinguisher, £240, vin tagematters.co.uk; (Reading corner detail, right) Leta chaise, as before; Cushions, as before; Evertaut stool, £480, elemental.uk.com; Lost in London debossed notebook, £10, designmuseumshop.com; Ceramic cup, part of the Brewer stand set in brass with four cups by KINTO, £190, homearama.co.uk; Brass rollerball pen by YStudio, £80, scp.co.uk; Wrap tealight in clear glass by Simon Hasan, £72, scp.co.uk; True Colour vase in Brown Steel by &Tradition, £79, couvertureandthegarbstore.com; Cantwell cocktail shaker in saddle leather by Ralph Lauren Home, £350, ralphlaurenhome.co.uk
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