Hotel To Home Book

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Following the success of the debut Warehouse Home book, we are delighted to announce the forthcoming release of the sequel - Hotel To Home. Stylish hotels are super places to seek ideas for interior design in the home. The influence of the industrial aesthetic in particular can be found in numerous hotels worldwide, from former factories to warehouse conversions. This book explores how to draw modern and vintage industrial style ideas from these remarkable hotels and adapt them to any residential setting. Hotel to Home provides decorative inspiration, including top tips for solving everyday challenges in interior design. Whether living in a heritage conversion or simply aspiring to the warehouse/factory look, readers will find easy-to-apply ideas throughout this beautifully presented book. Over 300 pages of pure interior design inspiration from all over the world.

Release date: 14 October 2021

Please note: all reviews quoted below are for the debut Warehouse Home book (available to purchase separately).

 

25.5cm x 20.5cm x 3.5cm

“An absolutely wonderful book, capturing the exciting potential of heritage industrial buildings.”

SIR TERENCE CONRAN

“The ultimate resource for anyone living in an industrial conversion or aspiring to.”

THAMES & HUDSON

“Coffee table books are often no more than lovely pictures, but Warehouse Home offers more.”

KATE WATSON-SMYTH

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