Blog/Five Ways With Walls From Surface View

Concrete wall mural from Surface View.

As featured in Warehouse Home Issue Seven, this painted mural references the harsh imperfect nature of industrial concrete. Styling by Olivia Gregory | Photography by Oliver Perrott.


Detailed and distinctive wallpapers and prints make showstopping backdrops for heritage spaces and modern homes alike. Curated by editor and founder Sophie Bush, the Warehouse Home edit for Surface View is a careful selection of murals, wall charts and prints directly evocative of the Warehouse Home aesthetic. From texture to typography, revive an unassuming alcove or transform an entire room with five of our favourite Surface View designs. 


(Above) This painted mural references the harsh, imperfect texture of industrial concrete. An ideal pairing to warehouse homes, the look can just as easily be interpreted in contemporary schemes too.


(Below) Take flooring to the walls with this classic chevron repeat inspired by vintage parquet flooring. This particular pattern features as part of a collection from British designer, Ella Doran and showcases a range of muted wooden hues.


Parquet and letterpress wall mural from Surface View.

Left to right: Parquet Dogtooth mural by Ella Doran, £245, Surface View; Letterpress wallpaper by Ella Doran, £150 per roll, Surface View. Image left: styling by Lucy Gough | Photography by Oliver Perrott.



(Above) Designs inspired by letterpress blocks are the latest twist on the typographic trend. The gentle brown and greys hues of this repeat add a sense of warmth whilst engaging with the illusion of depth. Is it your type? Take a look at Warehouse Home Issue Three for more letterpress inspired designs.


(Below) A vintage study revived from the archive of the National Maritime Museum, this 'Butterflies' wall chart retains all the character and natural beauty of the original. Flanked with walnut timber batons and a leather tie it will arrive ready to hang. 

vintage maps and wall charts from the warehouse home edit for surface view

Entomological prints combined with botanical and topographical elements evoke strong links to the past in this smart living room scheme. Styling by Lucy Gough | Photography by Oliver Perrott.