industrial inspiration for twenty-first-century living
It was the purchase of an apartment in a grade II listed warehouse conversion in east London, England, that inspired entrepreneur Sophie Bush to found Warehouse Home. Biannual interior design magazine Warehouse Home was launched in November 2014 and is now read in over 100 countries. Whether you are living in a warehouse conversion or simply aspire to that distinctive New York style loft look, Warehouse Home is the essential sourcebook for interior design tips and decorative inspiration. The magazine led to the publication of a coffee table book of the same name, featuring the most remarkable real homes in former industrial buildings all over the world. From a silkworm factory in Italy to printworks in Barcelona and London and an old sweet factory in Melbourne, every home showcases an imaginative repurposing of a heritage building. The book is helpfully organised by several key architectural features and
successfully demonstrates how original elements such as steel columns, exposed brickwork and factory windows can be preserved, embraced and celebrated through renovation and the clever use of decorative touches. The new Warehouse Home online shop offers our readers the opportunity to purchase many of the distinctive designs that they have seen featured in Warehouse Home magazine and our book. Every item in our shop has been individually selected to suit an industrial inspired scheme in any home. Warehouse Home paint, launching in 2018, has also been expertly crafted to complement heritage buildings as well as every contemporary warehouse-inspired location. Meanwhile, the Warehouse Home interior design studio team is on hand to assist with residential as well as commercial projects worldwide. Since Warehouse Home was established in 2014, it has rapidly established a firm standing as the authority on loft living and industrial style.