Blog/Get The Look: Warehouse Windows

Budapest loft with expansive warehouse windows by a+z architecture

Here in this Budapest loft large industrial windows flood the interior space with natural light. Photography by Beppe Brancato.

 

Arguably, one of the most attractive features of factory and warehouse conversions is usually considered to be the windows. In this Budapest loft, originally a weapons plant built in 1913, large industrial windows flood the interior with natural light. But contemporary spaces can channel this look too. (Below, left and right) Upcycled and repurposed as a mirror, these larger than life frames are a simple way to recreate the look. (Middle) Taking inspiration from shadows, this wool rug offers a playful take on the trend.

Main image courtesy of A + Z Architecture. For more inspiration for warehouse living take a look at the Warehouse Home book published by Thames & Hudson.

3 of the best interior designs inspired by warehouse windows.

Left to right: Large window pane mirror, £425, Graham & Green; Noon printed wool carpet by Alessandra Baldereschi, price on request, Mogg; Industrial window mirror, £150, Cox & Cox

 

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