Blog/Industrial Inspiration From Graham & Green

rustic interior scheme with colourful contemporary accents.

Hoxton armchair, £650; Lennox six drawer console, £755; Fitton wall light, £155; Fitton floor lamp, £365, Graham & Green


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industrial inspiration from graham & green with think black framework.

Portrait Danube carriage mirror, £395; Fabio console table, £245, Iron table lamp, £135, Graham & Green


Come in from the cold and warm up with Graham & Green’s latest collection of furniture and lighting. From sleek black framework to playful brights, the Warehouse Home team have selected four key trends for the new season and show you how to get the look at home.


Bright and beautiful sunshine yellow packs a punch against weathered timber in this rustic interior scheme (above). It starts with just the right amount of zest in this deconstructed armchair, finding balance in industrial wall and floor lamps.


Paired with raw materials, these smart black frameworks define a sophisticated space marked by clean lines and sharp shapes (left). An iron table lamp with a classic caged shade adds industrial attitude. We put these pieces in the frame.


Tactile accessories in contrasting materials will create a stylish space (below). Layer concrete, metal, and rattan for a textural take on Spring Summer trends.


Take a cue from Spring cleaning and create an interior scheme that is light and airy. Console tables supported by elegant legs and lamp shades that appear to float in mid-air give these spaces a spring in their step (above and left).

Photography by Mel Yates.

industrial inspiration from graham and green layered textures and materials

Square Diamond embossed pot, from £5.95 each; Sonja rattan lamp, £95; Velvet lamp shade, from £69, Graham & Green


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