We style a contemporary interior fitting for a factory that once pulsed with productivity.
The juxtaposition of natural and manmade in these inviting spaces was inspired by the terracotta tones of the exposed brickwork and the richly coloured wooden floor. The handmade live-edge furniture and solid vessels with simple shapes demonstrate a quality of craftsmanship. Fitting for a former factory that once pulsed with productivity.
Styling by Hannah Franklin | Photography by Oliver Perrott
A vintage green leather sofa is the starting point for an inviting scheme in ochre and mustard.
The textural qualities of heritage features like brick and timber are best enhanced with an interiors schemes that use a variety of tactile materials.
Finely crafted woods, treated leathers, raw steel and marble all complement the raw industrial features of a building.
“The sky over London was glorious, ochre and madder, as though a dozen tropic suns were simutaneously setting around the horizon” - Evelyn Waugh
In this warehouse bedroom, we selected two iconic French designs, reflecting original features and the factory’s industrial heritage.
When paired with original warehouse windows or real brick, one or two statement pieces and a single hero colour can be highly effective.