Blog/Styling A Soft Industrial Scheme

Pastel coloured interior living room scheme in a converted warehouse with raw brickwork

Pale and pretty shades soften the exposed and industrial features of this heritage warehouse home.

 

Scandinavian simplicity with oriental notes transforms this warehouse home for light and easy summer living. Origami and accessories based on pleated paper complement raw heritage elements feature in the living room (above) while in the bedroom (below) light wood furniture is pared with soft accent shades. Throughout, faux marble and concrete complements real brick. And a variety of textures, including timber, textiles and rattan soften raw industrial features, adding layers of textured detail to the interior.

Photography by Oliver Perrott | Styling by Hannah Franklin

soft industrial bedroom within a london warehouse conversion

Here in the bedroom, light wood furniture is pared with soft accent shades.

 

 

“This beautiful space proves that an industrial interior can be an effective backdrop for a surprisingly delicate scheme. But raw original features, such as brickwork, can also be embraced and enhanced with contemporary concrete and marble designs” – Hannah Franklin, Stylist

Origami wallpaper with concrete side table and accessories

An eclectic mix of materials such as concrete, paper, timber and rattan add layers of textured detail to an interior.

 

Origami and interior designs made using paper and concrete.

Add texture and visual interest to your space with marbled, pastel and paper inspired designs.

 

marble, concrete and grid interior designs and accessories

Timeless and transitional materials and textures such as marble, concrete and timber feature in this contemporary scheme. 

 

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