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Top Drawer: Bed & Philosophy

Posted on Aug 29, 2016 by

A muted palette of pinks and greys are a signature contrast against the original features of warehouse and industrial conversions alike. Read as we share three of the best soft industrial schemes.

1. Here, in this image styled by French label, Bed & Philosophy, the natural texture of layered, crisp linens work to soften hard masculine lines and raw, exposed elements like concrete. Playful and light, the nostalgia of linen appeals generously to adults and children alike. Visit Bed & Philosophy at Top Drawer during London Design Festival this September to preview an inspired collection of pastel tinted cushion covers, flat sheets and throws. We think the graphic, yet delicate ‘Lovers’ collection would make a charming wedding gift. (See more wedding and anniversary gift ideas here!)

The natural texture of layered, crisp linens work to soften hard masculine lines and raw, exposed elements like concrete

The natural texture of layered, crisp linens work to soften hard masculine lines and raw, exposed elements like concrete
Image courtesy of Top Drawer

2. Old and new steel furniture is especially striking in industrial conversions, but can also feel cold. Here select vintage pieces enhance the heritage of the space, whilst flowers and decorative glassware further enhance the femininity of this Warehouse bedroom. Read the full story in our Launch issue!

Warehouse Home soft industrial bedroom in pink and grey

This beautifully soft industrial bedroom scheme was created for the launch issue of Warehouse Home
Photography by Carole Poirot | Styling by Carole Poirot and Sophie Bush

3. This soft industrial scheme, featuring our favourite String Furniture shelving, takes pride of place in Warehouse Home Issue Four. The original industrial elements of the space are complemented by a simple salmon pink and grey palette.

Industrial features are complemented by layers of texture and soft tones. 5 of our favourite Industrial spaces using pastels in Warehouse home interior design magazine

Industrial features are complemented by layers of texture and soft tones
Image courtesy of String Furniture

Inspired by this post? Take a look at our Pinterest board featuring muted industrial schemes

 

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

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