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Warehouse Home Exclusive Paper Designs

Posted on Nov 8, 2016 by

Inspired by the latest trends as well as traditional techniques, we have collaborated with exciting British brands on designs for the home available exclusively from the Warehouse Home shop mywarehousehome.com/shop

Limited Edition Warehouse Home Mirror

Scottish artist Alison Simpson specialises in paper-based design. She used damaged copies of Warehouse Home Issue Four to create this original frame for a circular mirror. Shredded magazines were combined with pulped cotton linters, a byproduct of the clothing industry, to give rigidity. The combined materials were then pressed firmly into a round mould before being left to dry out. The frame was covered with black Japanese Sumi ink and touches of gold leaf to enhance its tactile quality.

Warehouse Home Mirror (Limited Edition of 5), £350, mywarehousehome.com/shop;

Responsible reading; this frame for this gorgeous mirror is made from recycled issues of Warehouse Home.

Responsible reading; this frame for this gorgeous mirror is made from recycled issues of Warehouse Home
Photography by Debbie Bragg

Japanese Sumi Ink and touches of Gold Leaf create stunning detailed effects. We collaborate with paper artist Alison Simpson on a mirror created from Warehouse Home.

Japanese Sumi Ink and touches of Gold Leaf create stunning detailed effects
Photography by Debbie Bragg

Damaged copies of Warehouse Home were used to create this original frame for a circular mirror. We collaborate with paper artist Alison Simpson on a mirror created from Warehouse Home.

Damaged copies of Warehouse Home were used to create this original frame for a circular mirror
Photography by Debbie Bragg

Click here to see more of our striking paper designs using recycled issues of Warehouse Home! Our exclusive paper designs make the perfect first wedding anniversary gift! See our tips here!

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

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