Blog/Warehouse Windows Are Trending

portapivot create modern glass and iron partitions inspired by warehouse windows

Portapivot 6530 XL, from €2,000, Portapivot


Former warehouses offer heritage features seldom found in standard homes. Their distinctive windows are so sought after that the look is being recreated for every property; small scale and soaring solutions. 

interior design inspired by crittall windows as featured in warehouse home issue eight

Amandine fifteen pane mirror, £495, Graham & Green; Frame cabinet with one door, €2, 402, Louise Roe Copenhagen


black iron frame twin shower panel inspired by warehouse windows

Shower Wall, £899, Nichba Design


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