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Warehouse Home – Launch Issue

Posted on Nov 3, 2014 by

Warehouse Home provides essential inspiration for all those living in lofts and warehouse apartments, as well as anyone simply looking to inject elements of industrial, vintage and reclaimed style in their homes. The first issue of our premium bi-annual newspaper is out now and already being distributed directly to the residents of the UK’s most exclusive warehouse conversions. Warehouse Home Issue One can also be enjoyed in full in the reader below. And over the next few days, all of the newspaper’s features will be shared here on, together with additional content.

We hope you enjoy this launch issue of Warehouse Home as much as we have enjoyed putting it together for you!



Issue One – Our Editor’s Letter

Three years ago, my husband and I bought our home in a Grade II listed warehouse in South East London. I remember the first time we caught sight of the enormous Victorian warehouse on the bank of the Thames. The sheer scale of it was so impressive. But on closer inspection it also revealed surprising and beautiful original details inside, remnants of its previous life. The building continues to have an effect on me, even now. And I am clearly not alone. Every day, I pass people pointing out the huge dormant cranes and water towers and obviously trying to imagine the former warehouse in its working heyday. I think most of us share a sense of fascination and pride for Britain’s rich industrial past, reflected in these historic buildings. In our launch issue, Terence Conran recalls the transformative moment in 1981 when he first caught a glimpse of the derelict waterfront warehouses of Shad Thames. Since that day over 30 years ago, he has been instrumental in the restoration of many of London’s most iconic warehouses. These imposing industrial buildings have unmatchable character and a quality that leading property developer Tom Bloxham describes as “grit”. Whether you want to embrace a strong urban loft look with concrete and steel or prefer to complement the heritage features of your warehouse home with vintage originals, our publication aims to provide all the essential interiors inspiration you might need. From high street brands, to the handcrafted and high-end, we have spent months sourcing unique designs and decorative ideas.

I hope you enjoy this launch issue of Warehouse Home as much as we have enjoyed putting it together for you. Please get in touch to let us know what you particularly like. Issue Two will be published in June 2015. Until then, you will find regular inspiration from our team online at And you can also stay up to date by following us on Twitter and Pinterest.



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