Blog/Summer Living With Graham & Green

shop this industrial style iron shelving unit and dining table exclusively at graham and green

This tall iron shelving unit, £895, is a must-have feature for any industrial interior. It has a multitude of possible uses and, with metal castors, it's easy to move around the home. The iron table island is a firm favourite of the Warehouse Home team, £995, Graham & Green


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Graham & Green is renowned for its quirky and bohemian aesthetic and for its distinctive industrial designs. The brand's signature pieces are perfect for modern rustic schemes and warehouse homes. The new summer collection features contrasting materials, with artisanal pieces and Moroccan inspired accessories. Settle in for the season.

the ashton sidetable from graham and green features intricate mango wood detail. photography by mel yates

The Ashton sideboard is the best partner for the dining table but makes a bold statement on its own too. £795, Graham & Green


the ashton dining table and bench from graham and green features an intricate mango wood top

The Ashton dining table, £1,245, and matching bench, £550, are handmade with intricate mango wood tops. Graham & Green


This season's interior design trends see playful berber mixed with jewel toned velvet. Photography by Mel Yates

The aptly named Deep Dream sofa comes in sumptuous velvet. £1,975. The Berber-inspired Myla rug is £328, Graham & Green


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