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ES SE NTI AL R E ADI NG F O R WARE HO USE L I V ING ICONIC ARCHITECTURE
We celebrate converted silos and find
Take inspiration from Japan and Scandinavia.
Our design team creates a dream apartment
Copenhagenâ€™s most unusual and stylish
a cotton mill with a fascinating history
Try raw timber and original parquet designs
contrasting colour, contemporary and vintage
accommodation. Swedish homes with flair
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WELCOME TO WAREHOUSE HOME ISSUE SEVEN In the last issue of Warehouse Home magazine we announced the launch of a new interior design and sourcing service. In Warehouse Home Issue Seven we are proud to unveil one of our most recently completed interiors projects for a leading property developer (pages 6-11). Our interiors work with homeowners, designers and developers led us to devote a great deal of time to sourcing the finest paint colours and finishes for each scheme. We’ve been working closely with the expert team at Master Paintmakers and are excited to announce that a Warehouse Home paint range will hit the market in June 2018. Our collection of 30 colours has been inspired by and named after industrial processes and products. Whether you live in a warehouse conversion, a heritage building or
Directors Peter Cliffe-Roberts Sophie Bush
a modern home, our paints will suit original features and industrial inspired schemes alike. In the meantime, if you’re channelling a New York loft look, this latest edition of Warehouse Home is filled with inspiration. Natural materials like horn (page 13) and a new generation of imaginative tiles (page 15) will add interesting textures to a space, while mirrored designs (page 12) create a more industrial luxe effect. As our global readership continues to expand, it is only fitting that this issue also has a strong international influence, with Japanese inspired homeware (page 16) and travel tips from Copenhagen (pages 34-35). Wherever in the world you’re reading this latest issue, we hope you’ll enjoy it. And visit the new Warehouse Home website mywarehousehome.com for more!
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Grain by grain, a loaf. Stone by stone, a palace. G e o r g e B e r na r d S h aw
n 1923, Le Corbusier noted, “Thus we have the American grain elevators and factories ... magnificent first-fruits of the new age.” As testaments to a bygone era, these utilitarian structures continue to be worthy of our full admiration. Those silos to which Corbusier referred then were most likely constructed in steel and concrete and it is for this reason that so many survive today. But as fortunes and industries changed, many silos fell into disrepair and dereliction. City officials and developers have had to be brave and bold converting these soaring structures. The spatial variations mean these projects are particularly challenging. Most storage silos are windowless towers and only have ground floors. But vision and perseverance pay off. Where grain was once weighed, cleaned and stored, communities and visitors can gather, homeowners can now set up house. Cultural venues use the dramatic proportions, while design-conscious homeowners embrace the epitome of urban living. And so silos become new focal points defining their districts and honouring local heritage for decades to come.
Deventer, Netherlands The Zwarte (Black) silo has a distinctive dark exterior due to its bitumen coating and stands imposingly beside Deventer harbour. Constructed in 1923, the former grain silo became derelict in the 1990s. A local foundation specialising in the regeneration of historically significant buildings approached the Eindhoven-based studio Wenink Holtkamp Architecten. The silo’s authentic features, such as its loading cells, were preserved; tall windows were added. Today, the building is bringing new life to the area, housing a bustling street food market that has dramatic harbour views. weninkholtkamp.nl
Thomas Heatherwick Heatherwick Studio from London has achieved a remarkable hotel in a 1920s grain silo set on Cape Town’s waterfront. Formerly the tallest building in the city, the silo now holds the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, South Africa’s largest art gallery. The six floors over the museum hold The Royal Portfolio’s Silo hotel. Many original features, including 42 cylindrical storage silos, have been retained. Bulging pillowed glass windows, inspired by the shape of grain, offer far-reaching panoramas. heatherwick.com
High Hopes Brisbane-based artist Guido van Helten is transforming facades of decommissioned silos. His murals powerfully pay homage to the local community and chart the changing history of the outback. Van Helten used a computer to digitally map each artwork, with allowance for the difficult curvatures of the silos. Working from a cherry picker, the artist employed a spray gun, roller and a brush to bring the imposing figures to life. guidovanhelten.com
Wenink Holtkamp photography by Tim Van de Velde; Thomas Heatherwick photography by Iwan Baan; Far right Guido van Helten photograph by Iryna Kanishcheva; COBE Architects photography by Rasmus Hjortshøj
Cape Town, South Africa
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COBE Architects Copenhagen, Denmark This 17-storey old grain silo is the largest building standing in Copenhagen’s Nordhavn (North Harbour). The enormous post-industrial development is currently being transformed into a new district for the city and Danish architects COBE were tasked with reworking the soaring silo. The recladding of the concrete exterior has updated its appearance with galvanised steel patinating over time while maintaining an essential link with the silo’s past. Internally, many of the 38 single and multi-level apartments retain raw concrete while floor-to-ceiling windows offer panoramic views. cobe.dk
Monolithic monuments to the storage of simple grains, silos around the world are being given a variety of new purposes by visionary architects. Once abandoned, they have been painstakingly restored for a late bloom.
ED VERT C ON L O S SI
TAKING FLIGHT LOFT ASPIRATIONS
A GRADE II* LISTED H I S T O R I C C A NA L - S I D E MILL IN MANCHESTER E N G L A N D H A S A L ON G A N D VA R I E D PA S T L I F E T H AT S E T S I T A PA R T
Over 1,800 warehouses had been built, earning Manchester the nickname ‘Warehouse City’
Brownsfield Mill is built beside Rochdale Canal. Businesses rented space for their machinery
At the height of the city’s cotton industry, Manchester boasted 108 individual cotton mills
Brownsfield Mill became home to A.V. Roe & Co., one of the world’s first aviation parts factories
Archive image courtesy of Urban Splash; ‘Before’ image at Brownsfield Mill photographed by Jordan Johnson
Located in Manchester’s vibrant Northern Quarter, Brownsfield Mill was recently named by The Times as one of Britain’s most exciting places to reside. The old cotton mill exemplifies the extensive regeneration taking place in the surrounding areas and is a connection to the city’s industrial past as well as a mark of its new fortunes and future.
Developers Urban Splash have pioneered warehouse living in the north of England for more than 25 years. And now, collaborating with leading architect Roger Stephenson, they’re converting one of Manchester’s last Victorian mills into 31 large loft apartments. They asked our design team to demonstrate its remarkable potential. urbansplash.co.uk
photography by oliver perrott styling by olivia gregory
Above: In 1910, the building became home to AVRO, A.V. Roe and Company, one of the world’s first manufacturers of aviation parts. Left, from left: Hauteville armchair in concrete by Lyon Beton, £725, designwharf.com; Plain velvet cushion in Storm grey, £25, johnlewis. com; Dapple wallpaper, 60cm x 100cm, £195 per roll, robinsprong. com; In The Tube 500mm with silver reflector and mesh, £541 each plus attachments, hollowaysofludlow.com; Mags modular sofa by HAY, £2,393, nest.co.uk; Marmori cushion in Zinc, £95, blackedition. com; SANELA velvet cushion cover in grey-green, £6, ikea.com; Stacked Diamonds silk cushion in Nightshade by West Elm, £39, johnlewis.com; Plain velvet cushion in Storm, as before; Soft wool blanket in Anthracite grey, £24.99, hm.com; Edwin round square side table, £275, grahamandgreen.co.uk; Large tin can mug in grey, £18, Brick dish in grey, £30, stolenform.com; Mercury rug, 160cm x 230cm, £3,128, floorstory.co.uk; Foundry pallet table with timber, £180, loomlightdesign.co.uk; Pressed metal tray, from £29, kaymet. co.uk; Paloma pegs with natural string, £9.95 each, limelace.co.uk; Bearing pot, £195, dappr-aviation.com; Moira Mesh candle holder, €66.95, newworks.dk; Bellows dry vase, £55, dappr-aviation.com; Bottom Ash Observatory book published by Thomas Eyck, £72, The High Line published by Phaidon, £49.95, designmuseumshop. com; Warehouse Home book published by Thames & Hudson, £24.95, mywarehousehome.com/book; Planet round paperweight in red, £30, designmuseumshop.com; Brass clip on table lamp, £70, rockettstgeorge.co.uk; Light bulb, stylist’s own; (In the background) Works wooden factory industrial trolley, £395, mayflyvintage.co.uk; Warehouse Home book, £24.95, mywarehousehome.com/book
Above: When the Warehouse Home design team arrived on site at Brownsfield Mill, they found the site completely stripped bare and flooded with natural light through factory windows. Cast iron columns, exposed brick walls and timber beams combined in a historic grade II* listed building with unique character. Over the coming days, as our team worked tirelessly, the space came to life.
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Above: Hoxton round porthole mirror, £233, harleyandlola.co.uk; Painted Concrete mural, from £65 per sq m, surfaceview.co.uk; Elton tiles, £10.78 each, toppstiles.co.uk; Mayfair nickel shower tray, £6,000, catchpoleandrye.com; Ten Ten shower rose with short arm in chrome, from £391, Ten Ten exposed dual control thermostatic shower valve in chrome, from £1,519, uk.lefroybrooks.com; Metalcraft Trellis shower panel, from £1,800, majesticshowers.com; Long reeded wall lamps in silver leaf, £274 each, thelightyard.com; The Nickel Bateau, from £6,000, catchpoleandrye.com; La Loire bath filler on standpipes with floorplate, £1,620, catchpoleandrye.com; SALVIKEN bath sheet in Anthracite, £10, ikea. com; Engraved stool, £49.99, zarahome.com; FRÄJEN bath sheet in green-blue, £8, ikea.com; Seaweed & Samphire hand and body wash, £19, Seaweed & Samphire hand cream, £12, plumandashby.co.uk; Concrete utility bowl, £20, >
anothercountry.com; Natural soap in Slate and Quartz, £7 each, form-shop. com; French aluminium trolley by Suroy, £195, mayflyvintage.co.uk; Linen kingsize top sheet in sage, €235, oncemilano.com; Classic 50 basket with handles in handwoven galvanised steel by Korbo, £109, husandhem.co.uk
Above: 1940s industrial metal crate, £90, littleparisstore. com; Warehouse Home Issue Six, £4, mywarehousehome. com/subscriptions; HYLLIS shelving unit, £9.95, ikea.com; Large concrete planter, £8, Large faux plant, £8, Small concrete planter with faux plant, £6.99, tkmaxx.com; Zinc planter with brass border, £26 for set of two, roseandgrey. co.uk; COOP metal crate and book, stylist’s own; Hokusai: beyond the Great Wave published by Thames & Hudson, £35, thamesandhudson.com; DOKUMENT magazine file, £6 for set of two, ikea.com; Books, stylist’s own; Wall in Copse eggshell, £53 for 2.5l, paintbyconran.com; Gold wire wall noticeboard, £56, roseandgrey.co.uk; Postcards, stylist’s own; MYRHEDEN brass frame, £12, ikea.com; Industrial vintage polished steel desk, £425, arkmidcentury. co.uk; COOP metal crate, as before; Tailor brass scissors, £21.84, fredaldous.co.uk; Vintage bobbin with twine, £24, Vintage wooden hat block, £90, vintagematters.co.uk; DOKUMENT wire pen cup, £3.50 for set of two, ikea.com; Black HB pencil set, £9.84, Brass pen case by Midori, £49.97, Leather scissors in brass, 16cm, £9.96, Edge notebook in green by HAY, £7, Edge notebook in Midnight Blue by HAY, £7, Hightide foolscap A7 notebook in green, £2.50, fredaldous.co.uk; Gold wire clips, £14, roseandgrey. co.uk; DOKUMENT letter tray, £9.50, ikea.com; Books, stylist’s own; N°201 Architect lamp by DCW éditions, £336, hollowaysofludlow.com; Boomerang mesh magazine rack, £65, rockettstgeorge.co.uk; Books, stylist’s own; Dining chair in Midnight blue by Primary Grey for Warehouse Home, £175, mywarehousehome.com/shop Right: all furniture and decor as before; KARAFF clear glass carafe, £1, VARDAGEN glass, £3 for six, ikea.com
s w i t c h on The Warehouse Home interior design team commissioned these customised switches to reflect the mill’s industrial characteristics. heverironworks.co.uk
(Above) Moebe wall mirror, £295, teaandkate.co.uk; Large corrugated metal cabinet, £1,175, outthereinteriors.com; KVARNVIK box, £13 for a set of three, ikea.com; Igneous wallpaper in Granite, 55cm x 10m, £165, custhom.co.uk; Franklin side table, 36cm, £160, rockettstgeorge.co.uk; Alana kingsize bed in brass, £449, made.com; Linen kingsize duvet cover in Forest green, £200, oggetto.com; Linen kingsize duvet cover in Sage, €340, Linen pillowcase in Sage, €44, oncemilano.com; Linen pillowcase in Forest green, £23.50, oggetto.com; Textured silver cushion, £60, Velvet and linen backed floor cushion in navy, £60, grahamandgreen. co.uk; Illusion new wool throw, £60, attpynta.com; Regency velvet cushion in grey, £40, habitat.co.uk; Linen pillowcase in Sage, as before; Franklin side table, 52cm, £210, rockettstgeorge.co.uk; Vintage Griffin & George laboratory lamp c.1960s, £198, anyoldlights.co.uk; Tube clock in brass by Piet Hein Eek for Leff Amsterdam, £89, designwharf.com; Books, stylist’s own; FEJKA weeping fig, £45, ikea.com; Irwin vintage industrial sideboard, £395, oliandgrace.co.uk; White terrazzo vase, £36, Small bottle brass vase, £12, room356.co.uk; Stone jugs, £35 each, millingtonandhope.com; Concrete utility bowl, £20, anothercountry.com; Purdy glass shade table lamp, £115, grahamandgreen.co.uk; NICOLLE chair, £225, inescole.com (Left) All as above; Swell by Andrew Crane, £450, riseart.com; Faux green succulent, £8.50, thedenandnow.co.uk; Glass coffee cup and saucer set, £22.50, audenza.com (Right) Wall painted in matt emulsion in Young Pear, £38.50 for 2.5l, paintbyconran.com; Nixon metal cabinet, £995, abigailahern.com; VARDAGEN clear water glass, £3 for a pack of six, ikea.com; Cafe jar, £22.95, Farine jar, £27.95, dassieartisan. com; Vintage double wooden storage box, £21.50, thelittlehouseshop.co.uk; Sucre jar, £11.95, dassieartisan.com; Vintage spring balance scale, £86, vintagematters.co.uk; Metal hook in brass by Muuto, £65 for a set of five, teaandkate.co.uk; Bib apron, £48, labourandwait.co.uk; Antique brass wall frame with baskets, £75, roseandgrey.co.uk; Hauteville concrete chair by Lyon Beton, £449, designwharf.com; Amaliah Chevron dining table, £895, Isaac iron armchair in nickel, £120, grahamandgreen.co.uk; Gold clamp candle holder, £19, rockettstgeorge.co.uk; Paraffin wax dinner candle in grey by True Grace, £3, johnlewis.com; Round concrete tray, £32, room356.co.uk; Maddox grey dinner plates, £10 each, Maddox grey pasta bowls, £10 each, habitat.co.uk; Stone ware grey plates, £22 each, teaandkate.co.uk; TILLAGE 24 piece cutlery set, £40, ikea.com; Collar coffee grinder, £67.95, Flo salt and pepper grinder, £39, oggetto.com; Tall Stuart candle holder, €79.95, newworks.dk; Gold look cheese grater, £14.95, audenza.com; Amaliah Chevron bench to match the Amaliah Chevron dining table, £350, grahamandgreen.co.uk; Linen kingsize duvet cover in blue, €340, oncemilano.com; Washed 100% linen cushion covers in dark blue, £8.99 each, hm.com; Classic 35 basket in handwoven brass by Korbo, £159, husandhem.co.uk; Linen kingsize top sheet in dark blue, €235, oncemilano.com
T O P TA B L E These stunning mirrors combine a brass base and marble back. Each is entirely unique. NAIA table mirrors, £1,698 each, luisaviaroma.com
1944 Navy chair with polished finish €1,824, emeco.net
METALLIC TASTES These distinctive designs mix live-edge timber with glistening metal finishes. They’re natural wonders offering a slice of glamour.
Fade pendant in copper, gold and chrome £530 each, tomdixon.net
Cubo rectangular cabinet with mirror finish £1,695, anotherbrand.co.uk Glenda polished stainless steel chair, Parallax polished stainless and powder coated steel chair, Fernando welded copper chair, all by Julian Mayor, prices upon request, armelsoyer.com
Pewter hollow bowl, £850, craignarramorefurniture.com
Gold Tree Trunk stool, £189, grahamandgreen.co.uk
Dokkaebi stool in steel, price upon request, jiyounkim.com
REFLECT Tinted Love Statement circular mirrors transform drab halls and create focal points in living areas. Copper tones elevate a functional design into wall art. An elegant hue softens more industrial spaces. 1. Lavastone mirror, €780, charlottejuillard.com 2. Moonrise mirror with clear and pink glass, £320, hollowaysofludlow.com 3. Full Circle mirror in Peach with thin walnut frame, $2,200, bower-studios.com
Tree Slice side table by Pols Potten, £378 for a set of two, amara.com
Julian Mayor photography by Gilles Pernet
Miami table by Nika Zupanc for Ghidini 1961 £4,910, do-shop.com
Timeless glamour meets industrial influence in these mirrored furniture designs. Incorporating reflective surfaces is a clever way to maximise the natural light. These mirrored pieces are the fairest of them all and will certainly turn heads.
Abbeyhorn chutney spoon £13.50, davidmellordesign.co.uk
Horn butter knife by Hornvarefabrikken £10.50, scp.co.uk
Brocklesby ash furniture collection by Galvin Brothers exclusively for The White Company, from £275, thewhitecompany.com
Small horn bowl £9, curiousegg.com
Roughly hewn timber, bark and petrified wood are well suited to industrial spaces. These are the best designs in our neck of the woods go ahead, it’s only natural. Steer horn drinking cups $19.95 for two, coolmaterial.com
Natural horn door knob £3.95, grahamandgreen.co.uk
Horn A Plenty
Clockwise, from left: This large clock was handcrafted from a single slice of live-edge spalted hornbeam and features embedded Orthoceras fossils with a mahogany bow key detail. £275, handmadeinbrighton.com; This distinctive credenza contrasts natural birch bark and lacquered cabinetry. The birch bark is harvested in northeastern Alaska and no two cabinet doors are alike. £1,015, unionwoodco.com; Hoof table in black by Samuel Wilkinson for &Tradition, £499, monologuelondon.com; Tongass medium round teak hurricane by A by Amara, £35, amara.com; Petrified wood coasters, £49 for four, westelm.co.uk
Expertly crafted entirely from horn, these decorative pieces are attractive accents for any scheme but their natural tone and tactile quality make them an original choice in industrial spaces. We set out on a style safari and tracked down these perfectly polished and exotic accessories. We’re tooting for horn to furnish every interior.
You have to follow the grain - to be sensitive to the direction of life. c h r i st i an l o u b o u t i n
Salvaged 1970s parquet flooring wall clock, £50, reclaimedtime.co.uk
Large parquet coffee table £395, roseandgrey.co.uk
Herringbone flag cutting board $38, aheirloom.com
Provence rug in Emerald, £1,590, stepevi.com
We piece together the trend for parquet inspired furniture and decor and find the herringbone block pattern is widespread. Here are the finest cuts.
ON THE BLOCK
Two door cabinet in herringbone design by Cuckooland from £395, notonthehighstreet.com
Jalore bone inlay side table, £329, swooneditions.com
SIDE LINES The bold monochromatic, linear designs of these side tables will ensure they are always a central focus in a room scheme. Left to right: Taylor bone inlay side table, $499, cb2.com; Nil accent table, price upon request, styleinform.com; Dessa Bazaar bone inlay black geometric end table, $844, kathykuohome.com
Ziggy sideboard £549, atkinandthyme.co.uk
Rose & Grey photography by Lee Garland Surface View photography by Oliver Perrott
Parquet mural, £65 per sq m, surfaceview.co.uk
Parquet headboard, £560, frenchconnection.com
BURNING FOR DESIRE The Austrian tile manufacturers Karak unite traditional practice and modern spirit. The digitally designed tiles are hand crafted using a centuries-old Japanese firing technique - Raku. A clay mix is pressed into tile forms. A geometric pattern is applied by silkscreen. The tiles harden quickly at 1000 degrees, before being buried in sawdust where smoke creates an intense look. It’s a dramatic fusion of eastern and western influence. karak.at
Glowing tiles are taken from the kiln and buried in sawdust. The effect on a surface differs every time. Colours change and fine hair cracks blacken.
From top left: Tweed Granito in light grey, £185 per sq m, lindseylang.co.uk; Matt Wall & Floor in Graphite, £45 per sq m, britishceramictile.com; FORM in Total Eclipse by Kaza Concrete, £502.50 per sq m, domusgroup.com; Glossy Translucent Cracquele 04 by New Terracotta, Glossy Translucent Cracquele 02 by New Terracotta, both from £210 per sq m, domusgroup.com; Clinker in metallic, price on request, botteganove.it; Wall & Floor in grey, £45 per sq m, britishceramictile.com; FORM in Rewarding Peace by Kaza Concrete, as before; Gem in Azure, Gem in Plain Field, both $19.95 per sq ft, annsacks.com; Glossy Translucent Cracquele 06 by New Terracotta, as before; Impact Smoky, £59.94 per sq m, firedearth.com; Herringbone Tile in pink, Herringbone Tile in white, both £2.30 per tile, bertandmay.com; Bruges Daylight, $7.65 per tile, cementtileshop.com; Graphite Panelling, £94.80 per sq m, lapicida.com; RUSTILES, price upon request, prin.in; Hex in dark pink, SEK 995 per sq m, marrakechdesign.se; Metal Elements Natural, £50.40 per tile, bakedtiles.co.uk; Loop Natural, £225 per sq m, domusgroup.com; Shot on location at AVRO, Brownsfield Mill, Manchester, England
ON THE TILES
Main image photography by Rachel Anderson Karak photography by Hanno Mackowitz
Shades of grey and soft pastels combine with smart chevrons in our round-up of the finest new tile designs. This mix stacks up.
The In Set In-laid tile furniture is an original way to bring colour into a home. It is a treatment that can be particularly complementary to concrete floors or bare plaster walls in any industrial inspired scheme. Explore the trend further with decorative accessories.
From left: Indra Bistro Table, £249, made.com; Geometric Tile Coasters from Tilissimo, £19 for four, clippings.com; Waste tile cabinet no.5, €17,500, pietheineek.nl; Pedestal square patterned tile tray in copper by Flavia Del Pra, £230, conranshop.co.uk
Above: A dramatic monochromatic formation of the Format R28 Raku fired tiles with Ornament KuQuaGrid pattern. €44 per tile, karak.at
M A K I N G WAV E S Hokusai worked during the Industrial Revolution and the artist’s favoured palettes suit industrial schemes. Hokusai: beyond The Great Wave is edited by Timothy Clark, £35, thamesandhudson.com
Framed woodblock prints, $600 each, blockshoptextiles.com
Shou Sugi Ban
The art of repairing broken pottery with lacquer dusted or mixed with gold, silver, or platinum.
An ancient technique that preserves wood by charring it black with fire.
From top left: Tsukroi by Kazuyo Komoda for Maruyoshi Kosaka, €110, handsondesign.it; Hamon (Ripple), £200, Naku To (Weeping Tower), £570, robandersonmetal.co.uk; Nightsky Kintsugi Vessel, £137, reikokaneko.co.uk; Purchase a New Kintsugi Repair Kit by Humade and rather than throwing broken crockery away, create something beautiful to keep - like this. £25, designmuseumshop.com
The practice of using small handheld tools to hammer and create subtle textures in the surfaces of metal and wooden accessories.
Time & Ceremony 3.
Paper Palettes Washi is traditional Japanese paper, the word literally combining ‘wa’ meaning ‘Japanese’ and ‘shi’ meaning ‘paper’. It is made from the fibre of local Japanese trees which are processed by hand and is therefore generally more robust than ordinary paper because it incorporates wood pulp. The long, intricate process is conducted in winter as pure and cold running water is essential to inhibiting bacteria and the decomposition of the fibres. The subtle textures and tones of this tougher paper, used in traditional Japanese crafts like origami, also make it a popular choice for modern homes.
Much of Japanese design is steeped in tradition, fusing local materials and ancient craftsmanship. We take careful note of the finest highlights.
1. 2. 1. Earth Grey Brick wallpaper, £97 per roll, miltonandking.com 2. Fu’kei no hohaba handmade washi paper, $250, mayakonakamura.jp
3. Renowned Dutch designer Piet Boon travels the world drawing inspiration from other cultures. Washi wallpaper in green (left) and Petrol (right) by Piet Boon, 48.7cm x 10m, $299 each, nlxl.com
From left: A beautiful teapot such as this will transform drinking a simple cup of tea into an occasion. Copper kettle by Yumi Nakamura, ¥50,000; Create a stunning table setting with the Round L platter, ¥31,000, Plate S, ¥6,500, Spoon, ¥3,800, all by Kanehan; Brass lamp by Kanehen, ¥14,000. All from analoguelife.com. Kyoto wooden hooks in natural or black are small yet striking, from €32, bolia.com
Clockwise, from top left: Pompeii scorched timber and brass side table, £199, swooneditions.com; The Burnt Wood wallpaper by Piet Hein Eek will make a particularly dramatic backdrop. 48.7cm x 10m, £175, roseandgrey.co.uk; Smoke Thonet chair, price upon request, maartenbaas.com; Scorched Shake cabinet by Sebastian Cox, £4,600, thenewcraftsmen.com; This imposing black bed in recycled teak from Muubs, €1,883, is well-suited to a warehouse home or modern rustic residence. It’s dressed here with an Indigo duvet cover, €133, and teamed with a large black bamboo fishtrap hanging pendant, €74. All muubs.com
Under the wave off Kanagawa (The Great Wave) from Thirty-six views of Mt Fuji. Colour woodblock, 1831. Acquisition supported by the Art Fund. © The Trustees of the British Museum; Maarten Baas photography by Maarten van Houten
Ta n k i n
s c an t h e s e t i t l e s It’s easier than ever to achieve a Scandinavian look with these latest books. Real Nordic Living, £19.95, thamesandhudson.com; New Nordic Colour, £19.99, Scandinavian Modern, £19.99, rylandpeters.com
Lagom|Balance Lagom is a Swedish word that can be taken to mean ‘just the right amount’, not too much and not too little. It’s also often widely translated as ‘in moderation’ or as ‘in balance’. While not specifically an interior design expression, in the home Lagom would be the practice of only selecting homeware that is functional as well as beautiful and avoiding clutter in favour of a simpler and more curated scheme. Follow the example set in this beautifully balanced bathroom and select a palette comprising only a limited number of complementary colours. Contrast practical hard-wearing materials like concrete with softer textures such as timber and use minimal amounts of elegant brushed brass as the final touch to a balanced space. The handsoap, bodywash and bodylotion shown are from £15, all merakishop.dk
YES YOU SCAN
PH 5 pendant by Louis Poulson, £494, madeindesign.co.uk
Artek 60 stool with green lacquer seat by Alvar Aalto, £182, nest.co.uk
A Scandinavian aesthetic is typically characterised as minimalist, simple and functional. This is a design language that is now spoken worldwide.
Series 7™ chair in Ai Blue and chromed steel by Arne Jacobsen, £503, fritzhansen.com
Weight Here XL candleholder by KiBiSi, £175.38, designisthis.com
Oliver Gustav photography by Heidi Lerkenfeldt; Series 7™ photography by Egon Gade
Lykke | happiness
hygge|cosiness The Danish concept of Hygge roughly translates as ‘cosiness’, but it really means a lot more than this. It is connected with creating a warm and welcoming environment, in which good things are enjoyed with good people. Copenhagen-based Oliver Gustav is known for creating spaces that are quiet and yet dramatic. Soft Seating couch and armchair in Hemp, both prices upon request, olivergustav.com
Denmark is often celebrated as the happiest country in the world. Meik Wiking, author of best-seller The Little Book of Hygge, is CEO of the Happiness Research Institute in Copenhagen and therefore well-placed to comment on Lykke. His new book focuses on the topic and addresses six different pillars. But, for the Danes, Lykke is perhaps most closely associated with hope and optimism, finding enjoyment and beauty in simple things. A powerful message for us all. Above: Beetle chair, Grossman desk, Cobra floor lamp, all gubi.com
HAVING THEIR DAY A daybed is a brilliant solution for both bedrooms and living areas, an ideal location for quiet reading or even serving as an additional bed for a welcome guest. From the simple oak framed Day Bed One by Another Country to the slim brass legged and velvet upholstered Design Vintage piece, the three simple designs shown here exude Scandinavian inspired elegance. We searched long and hard for the most comfortable and beautifully designed daybeds. This is our selection and we recline to comment further. 1. Day Bed One in Turnberry Grey, £3,055, anothercountry. com 2. Straight bench by Betina Stamp, £577, madeindesign. co.uk 3. Daybed in Moss velvet, £1,195, designvintage.co.uk
Simple Scandi Iconic Scandinavian designs by Poulson, Jacobsen and Aalto are readily recognisable the world over. Their classic forms mean they are versatile pieces for the home. Current design brand KiBiSi create simple collectible items too.
T H I S ON E ’ S M I N E The cordless M Lamp, with integrated rechargeable battery, was inspired by the iconic mining lamps of 19th century Britain. $500, juniper-design.com
The Haze wall cabinet is well suited to providing storage in bathrooms and kitchens. €339, fermliving.com
There’s a trend building. Chipboard furniture and plank-inspired design is now on site for interiors.
Clockwise, from top left: This range of decorative geometric chipboard tiles can be used in a variety of ways. They are sufficiently hard-wearing for all commercial situations and are a trendy solution for every home. Chipboard Multi, £51.06 per tile, bakedtiles.co.uk; Eido lamp shade, £120, metisseagrass.com; A design collaboration between Savoir Beds and famed designer Arik Levy, this stacked headboard can be re-adjusted to create clever shelving on either side of the bed. Shift 01 No.4 Zip & Link in Grey Trellis and with HW mattress topper, $27,500, savoirbeds.co.uk; Zio Tom cabinet, €3,190, mogg.it; XXL Buffet, $1,890, lautreatelier.ca; Study desk with lacquered steel frame and OSB, £708, andnew.co.uk; Elizabeth wardrobe crafted in OSB with a coat rail and set of fitted shelves, R7,000, pedersenlennard.co.za
The Safety Catch This collection of safety glass inspired furniture is the ideal accompaniment to industrial interiors schemes. Combining metal frameworks with wired glass creates a raw, utilitarian look that remains stylish. And as a wire mesh inlay prevents glass from shattering with any stress, these are very practical options for the home whether in clear or frosted glass finish.
PaperBricks Pallet bench and coffee tables, from €840 each
Eindhoven-based designer WooJai Lee turns recycled newspaper into bricks. Paper pulp is mixed with glue and pressed into a mould to form brick-shaped blocks. Each can then be cut, drilled and glued much like wood. A brick form minimises material usage while enhancing overall strength, and holes in the sides mean the forms can be fixed together to create tables and benches. Stackable and sturdy, the bricks also have a tactile quality and distinct marble appearance. woojai.com
Paper is one of the most produced and discarded materials in the entire world.
Savoir Beds styling by Hannah Franklin, photography by Paul Raeside
CON STR UCT
The Liston industrial coffee table set lends a strong industrial look to any living room. £425, oliandgrace.co.uk
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wat c h i n g pa i n t A Warehouse Home paint range will be launched in June 2018 with 30 colours inspired by old industrial processes and products. mywarehousehome.com/paint
Applying Darker Colours Located in an old match factory in London, our team discovered a space boasting raw brick and with obvious potential. Much of the brickwork had been painted white but our designers created a more dramatic effect with the application of two deep shades of blue emulsion, enhancing the unique textural qualities of brick and giving life to a dream home.
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photography by david cleveland styling by lucy gough
September 2017 marked the fifteenth anniversary of London Design Festival. To celebrate, the Warehouse Home interior design team curated the ideal warehouse apartment in the heart of popular Shoreditch. Visitors travelled across Britain and from overseas to visit the pop-up home and meet our team. From vintage originals to contemporary classics, every individually selected item was admired.
Above: Top walls painted in matt emulsion in Copse, £38.50 for 2.5l, lower walls painted in matt emulsion in Rainy Slate, £38.50 for 2.5l, paintbyconran.com; See right for bedroom area and bedroom detail; Overdyed lounge chair in Indigo blue, £732, moroso.it; Vintage wooden haberdashery unit, for similar vintagematters.co.uk; Jar with lid in marble and brass, £49, outthereinteriors.com; Otto tabletop vanity mirror, £165, Tilli large brass tray box, £30, grahamandgreen.co.uk; The Drumline watch in blue, £129, newgatewatches.com; Textured stemmed glasses in Anthracite grey, £6.99 each; Suede tray in pink, £17.99, Rectangular suede box in burgundy, £17.99, Small suede box in pink, £12.99, hm.com; R2 Streaming Music System in rich walnut veneer, £419.99, ruarkaudio.com; Hammershoi small vase in plum, £29, aram.co.uk; DS0010 desk lamp in galvanised metal, £255, pipeart.co.uk; Gatsby side table with leather magazine holder, £119, rockettstgeorge.co.uk; Crockery Black Basalt jug, £90, 1882ltd.com; Glo candle holder, £35, designmuseumshop.com; Faux candle, stylist’s own; Large tin can mug in grey, £18, stolenform.com; Indivi 2 sofa in grey Matera fabric, £2,812, boconcept.com; Velvet and linen backed floor cushions in Candy Pink, Navy Blue and Dusty Rose, £60 each, grahamandgreen.co.uk; Mantis floor lamp, £875, hollowaysofludlow.com; Mayflower cushion, £165, vintagecushions.com; Fishbone new wool throw, £60, attpynta.com; Vintage wooden Daniel’s Farm crate, £55, theoldcinema.co.uk; Mono table C by Konstantin Grcic, £265, scp.co.uk; Warehouse Home book published by Thames & Hudson, £24.95, mywarehousehome.com/book; Vintage Overdyed Kilm rug in navy, £1,095, ariashop.co.uk; Foundry pallet table with timber, £180, loomlightdesign.co.uk; Antique flat iron, £20, discoverattic.com; The High Line book published by Phaidon, £49.95, designmuseumshop.com; Warehouse Home book, as before; A New British Colour Standard mug in Powder Blue, £48 for a set of four, designedincolour. com; Alchemist Grande table lamp, £545, thelightyard.com; Candelabra Three by Nick Fraser, £75, mywarehousehome.com/shop; Industrial wood and steel bookends, £85 for the pair, moadesign.co.uk; Concrete book published by Phaidon, £29.95, My Life In Design by Sir Terence Conran, £30, designmuseumshop.com; Battersea I by Arno in Chocolate stained ash box frame, £90, kingandmcgaw.com; Boomerang mesh magazine rack, £65, rockettstgeorge.co.uk; USM Haller double sided room divider with Haller E lighting, £9,884; USM Inos high box and tray set, £144, usm.com; Primo Terrazzo Tavolini in three sizes, from £225 each, anotherbrand.co.uk; Large glass hurricane vase in antiqued grey, £24.95, abodeliving.co.uk; Nickel plated aluminium bottle top coasters, £35 for a set of six, blueisle.co.uk
BEDROOM Pictured left and above: USM Haller bedside table with Haller E lighting and USB port, £1,077, usm.com; Tiya large silver glass lantern, £20, grahamandgreen.co.uk; SOMLIG decorative balls, £3.90 for set of four, ikea.com; Seaweed & Samphire hand cream, £12, plumandashby.co.uk, Charlie Bell alarm clock in burnished stainless steel, £25, newgateclocks.com; Clementina small pink ceramic cup, £12.50, betweendogandwolf.com; Warehouse Home book published by Thames & Hudson, £24.95, mywarehousehome.com/book; Nest storage bed, from £1,799, heals.com; Linen kingsize top sheet in Natural, €235, Linen kingsize duvet cover in Vintage pink, €340, oncemilano.com; Linen pillowcase in Vintage pink, €44, oncemilano.com; Issey Miyake Cushion by Iittala in light grey, £137, skandium.com; Hand painted pink linen cushion from Ines Cole, £110, theoldcinema.co.uk; Linen pillowcase in Vintage pink, as before; Linen pillowcase in blue, €44, oncemilano. com; (main shot only) Textured silver cushion, £60, grahamandgreen.co.uk; INGABRITTA throw in pale pink, £25, ikea.com; Soft blanket in Anthracite grey, £24.99, hm.com; Beck, A Building by Geoffrey Ansel Agrons, £277, riseart.com; Antiqued gold metal tube vase, £45 for two, rockettstgeorge.co.uk; Faux green succulent, £8.50, Faux burgundy succulent, £7.50, thedenandnow.co.uk
ALL IN THE DETAILS 1. Glasshouse II mural, from £65 per sq m, surfaceview.co.uk; Notting Hill clothes rail, £95, moadesign.co.uk; Hangers, stylist’s own; White shirt, £17.99, Linen dressing gown in grey, £34.99, hm.com; Matt emulsion in Copse, as before 2. Charred oak board, £55, inescole.com; Ceramic Lab crockery in black, from €20, Slow Coffee Style S01 mug in black, €17.50, kinto.co.jp; Cutlery, stylist’s own 3. Matt emulsion in Rainy Slate, as before; Painted Concrete mural, £65 per sq m, surfaceview.co.uk; In The Tube 500mm, £541 plus attachments, hollowaysofludlow. com; Faux olive tree, £255, roseandgrey.co.uk 4. Matt emulsion in Copse and Rainy Slate, as before; Lancastrian factory trolley, £675, lassco.co.uk; Warehouse Home, as before.
READING AREA Above: Matt emulsion in Copse, as before; Matt emulsion in Rainy Slate, as before; Large brake disk wall mirror, £115, dappr-aviation.com; USM Haller media unit, £2,282, usm.com; Cooling bearing bowl, £175, dappr-aviation. com; Broken-edged aluminium vase, £75, blueisle.co.uk; Bon daybed in Master leather and in Malawi fabric, £1,956, adea.fi; Vintage wooden shoe shine box, £55, theoldcinema.co.uk; Vintage French Calvados bottles, £20 each, pedlars.co.uk; Herb metal planter set, £15, grahamandgreen.co.uk
(Facing page) Walls in matt emulsion in Copse, as before, and matt emulsion in Rainy Slate, as before; Lancastrian Linoleum factory trolley, as before; Midcentury French metal writing desk from Flatiron Industrial, £995, theoldcinema.co.uk; Gold clamp candle holder, £19, rockettstgeorge.co.uk; Paraffin wax dinner candle in grey by True Grace, £3, johnlewis.com; ISP - Table lamp in brass on a white marble base, £1,189, hollowaysofludlow.com; Planet paperweight in red, £30, designmuseumshop.com; Calm, £15, Great Thinkers, £20, Writing as Therapy journal - Night Thoughts, £15, theschooloflife.com; Clothbound ruled notebook in light blue, £16.50, labourandwait.co.uk; Brass wedge double pencil sharpener by Mobius & Ruppert, £4.50, designmuseumshop.com; Six Philosophical pencils, £12, theschooloflife. com; Seaweed & Samphire hand cream, £12, plumandashby.co.uk; Large fine bone photo frame, £25.50, grahamandgreen.co.uk; DOKUMENT letter tray, £9.50, ikea.com; Hangman’s Assistant large table lamp, £650, thelightyard.com; A New British Colour Standard ceramic mug in Gunmetal, £48 for a set of four, designedincolour.com; Victorian mannequin, £250, lassco.co.uk; Large glass hurricane in antiqued grey, £24.95, abodeliving.co.uk; Liberty 6 chair, £195, scottandtaylorlondon.com; Vintage aluminium suitcase, £130, metroretro.co.uk (Above) Painted Concrete wall mural, from £65 per sq m, surfaceview.co.uk; Y by Tomas Cambas, £1,241.82, riseart.com; USM Haller bar trolley, £2,498, usm.com; Gold effect rim textured and stemmed glass in Anthracite Grey, £6.99, hm.com; Cast iron bottle opener in style 130 by METROCS, £18, goodhoodstore.com; Glass, stylist’s own; Heavy textured and stemmed glass, as before; Mirror polished steel Boston cocktail shaker by Alberto Gozzi for Alessi, £85, scp.co.uk; Clementina small pink ceramic cup, as before; Cutlery, as before; Vintage Perrier-Jouët Champagne bucket, £35, Vintage tall stool, £155, theoldcinema.co.uk (Left) The USM Haller double sided room divider in shades of grey is not only practical - as the light fades in early evening, Haller E lighting illuminates its compartments and the unit transforms into a striking centrepiece that sets the mood for the entire space. £9,884, usm. com; Also shown left: Pulp paper stool, £295, mywarehousehome.com/shop; Battersea I by Arno in Chocolate stained ash box frame, £90, A Parachute Factory by Evan Charlton in Chocolate stained ash box frame, £67, kingandmcgaw.com; (Displayed in the USM Haller double sided room divider) Candelabra Four by Nick Fraser, £85, mywarehousehome. com/shop; Pair of industrial style metal candle holders, £36, moadesign.co.uk; Brick book published by Phaidon, £29.95, designmuseumshop.com; Bottom Ash Observatory, £72, designmuseumshop.com; Concrete candle pot, £9.50, thedenandnow.co.uk; USM Inos box and tray sets, from £119, usm.com; Metal tins, stylist’s own; FEJKA faux green plants, £6 each, ikea.com; A stool in oak by ByALEX exclusively for Warehouse Home, £162, mywarehousehome.com/shop; Mantis table light, £485, hollowaysofludlow.com
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KITCHEN Above: Walls painted in matt emulsion in Copse, matt emulsion in Rainy Slate, as before; Bowling Ball lamps, £95 for a set of two, fionabradshawdesigns.com; Warehouse Home book published by Thames & Hudson, £24.95, mywarehousehome.com/book; Industrial table, for similar try steelvintage.com; Surpil chairs with wooden seats, £216 each, Surpil chairs with polished aluminium seats, £240 each, twentytwentyone.com; Black marble serving dish, £30, frenchconnection.com; Porcelain mini milk bottle in dark grey, £16.50, Porcelain milk bottle in light grey, £25.50, Porcelain milk bottle in dark grey, £25.50, betweendogandwolf.com; Faux burgundy succulent, £7.50, thedenandnow.co.uk; Pitcher in black, £58, anothercountry.com; FÄRGRIK 18-piece service set in dark turquoise, £18, ikea.com; 18cm bowl in grey by Bitz, £14 each, skandium.com; Cutlery, stylist’s own; Kintsugi jewellery tray silver, £120, yenchenyawen.com; Concrete utility bowl, £20, anothercountry.com; Cutlery, stylist’s own; 13cm bowl in black by Bitz, £9 each, Dinner plate in black by Bitz, £14 each, skandium.com; Galvanised medium pot, £8.50, grahamandgreen.co.uk; Jewellery tray terrazzo, £90, yenchenyawen.com; Charred oak board, £55, inescole.com; Ceramic Lab deep plate, plate and bowl in black, from €20, Slow Coffee Style S01 mug 220ml in black, €17.50, kinto.co.jp; Skultana medium flower pot in brushed brass, £188, nest.co.uk; The Harrison ’S’, £6,600, harrisonovens.com; PaperPulp vase by Debbie Wijskamp, £13, betweendogandwolf.com; French vintage wall cabinet, £99, discoverattic.com; Master Edwards in galvanised steel, £60, newgateclocks.com; Industrial pendants, for similar try loomlightdesign.co.uk; FAB50 fridge freezer in cream, from £1,199, DF6 freestanding dishwasher in cream, from £1,019, smeguk.com; 1940s industrial metal crate, £90, littleparisstore.com; Slow Coffee Style SO2 brewer stand, €200, kinto.co.jp; Lampe Gras 206 table lamp in black, £384, hollowaysofludlow.com; POKAL glass, £2.75 for six, ikea.com; TSF01 toaster in chrome, £119.95, KLF03 kettle in black, £119.95, smeguk.com; IKEA 365+ plain drinking glasses, £3 for a set of six, ikea.com; Large faux olive tree in grey concrete style pot, £255, roseandgrey.co.uk
The L-shaped and open-plan layout of the space afforded the Warehouse Home design team the opportunity to show all the benefits of typical New York style loft living, creating separate areas within a single flexible living arrangement.
Above & right: all items as before. Facing page: Manhole coaster in grey, £25 for three, Large Tin Can mug in grey, £18, stolenform. com; CALLUNA potted heather, £2.50, ikea.com; Galvanized pot, £8.50, grahamandgreen.co.uk; CALLUNA, as before; Jewellery tray, £90, yenchenyawen.com; All other items pictured, as before.
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This Vintage Palm Leaves wall chart will serve as a charming decorative touch throughout the year, £69
Sheepskin seat pad in Dark Rose, Steel, Vole, £32. Isaac iron chairs in copper and brass finishes, from £110
Above: A set of three round wire wall mirrors serve as interesting wall art, drawing the eye to the raw plasterwork and reflecting light in this space; £395. The Maguire armchair in grey velvet, £745, invites you to while away the hours with a good book and the Mandu tribal cow cushion, £55, contrasts beautifully with the armchair’s velvet upholstery. Metallic yarns woven into the Adair zig zag multi rug, £135, are a subtle reference to the wire wall mirrors hanging nearby, while the colourful chevron pattern is a particularly popular effect for contemporary interiors. The Fabio small round table, £95, is just the right size to display a large Aqua recycled glass vase, £39, although it’s also a prime spot for a well-earned warm drink or glass of wine at the end of a long day. All grahamandgreen.co.uk
Rugs clockwise from left: Monarch, £1,495, Empress, £1,495, Emperor, £995, Albers, £1,495, Samba, £1,495
Softer Touches Add visual interest to a scheme with a combination of textures and vintage style prints. A rug will add warmth to a solid wood, tiled or concrete floor. A metal chair is complete with sheepskin.
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The Warehouse Home team reveal their favourite designs with which to create a comfortable reading corner and welcoming retreat for those lazy weekends and cosy evenings. It all starts of course with the perfect armchair, but choose tactile accessories in a variety of contrasting materials and you will achieve a space that’s inviting and stylish. For further inspiration: grahamandgreen.co.uk
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solid choice Blockwork desk organizer by Lyon Beton, £59, do-shop.com; Le Videpoche in concrete, €34.95, doiydesign.com
Clockwise, from left: This dramatic modern chandelier has two looks: the light pendants can be set into the steel ring or left to hang through the centre. London-based studio Buster + Punch also create the original smoked glass LED bulbs, the ideal finishing touch for this impressive design. Hero light, from £990, busterandpunch.com; Handmade in New York, these quirky assorted Chess Piece Stools are shown in walnut and ebonised oak as well as in brassplated steel. From $2,200 each, annakarlin.com; A smart leather tool box by Andrew McAteer. £275, conranshop. co.uk; These Shortline bookends resemble railway tracks. $99 for the pair, railyardstudios.com; Tube clock in rusted steel by Lente Label, €39.95, crowdyhouse.com; A striking Steampunk custom non woven fabric and vinyl covering by 4P1B Design Studio, €110 per sq m, wallanddeco.com This stainless steel lined bar cart is mounted on wheels. So cocktail hour is never far away. Mayfair bar cart in Old Saddle black, $2,995, rh.com
Display your favourite tomes on this eye-catching bookshelf with its smart metallic detailing. Globetrekker Aero bookcase, £2,325, timothyoulton.com
Steampunk combines Victorian and industrial influences. We put the wheels in motion, picturing a gentleman’s retreat with historical flair.
Cufflinks and shaving accoutrements can be conveniently stashed away in this clever piece. Trunk dressing table with a seat, £1,669, houseology.com
TRUNKS ON SHOW Everything will revolve around this statement piece. Industrial Revolution table, $35,375 CAD, corybarkman.com
The rugged construction of old steamer trunks made them ideal for extended travel. Today, more and more are staying put in the home in the form of imaginative furniture designs. The studded leather and metal exteriors with hardwood slats suit every space with steampunk influences, and clever compartments can store books, accessories, even a bar.
I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best. oscar wilde
BACK TO SCHOOL
It’s a new design term. School staples like the E series chair are being relaunched for use in the home. We went to the drawing board for further classroom classics and chalked up some of the best ways to channel a sophisticated school-inspired scheme in your kitchen.
PATTERNED The vintage tile inspired design of this Beija vinyl splashback is perfect for a modern rustic kitchen scheme. 40cm x 100cm, £40, rockettstgeorge.co.uk
This Blackboard fridge is perfect for scribbling your grocery lists and ‘to dos’. £1,849, smeguk.com
Large E Series chair by Robin Day in Charcoal, £38, scp.co.uk
A graphpaper inspired wallcovering is a bold backdrop for a kitchen. This tile design from Fired Earth (firedearth.com) is no longer available, but Homework, a collection of wallpapers by Mini Moderns, is a great alternative. £65 per roll, minimoderns.com
Protractor pizza cutter £12.99, thefowndry.com
Superfront create distinctive doors to customise common Ikea furniture. The inspiration for their recent collection, Big Fish in Bottle green, obviously draws from nature’s patterns and distinctive fish scales but we can also see a connection to vintage glass. We suggest you install these cabinets now and start fishing for kitchen compliments from everyone immediately. superfront.com
Harris pendant in grey by Old School Electric, £135, hollowaysofludlow.com
FRONT & CENTRE Main image courtesy of Fired Earth
White brickwork suits a variety of interiors styles but is particularly appropriate for warehouse homes and spaces with industrial parts. This clever vinyl by KitchenWalls will achieve the look without the need to expose or paint bricks. 60cm x 3m, €125, behangfabriek.com
Big Fish in Bottle green, from £68 per door, Wire handles in brass, £15 each.
Marble 1446 by KitchenWalls is a realistic option for a classic or a modern kitchen where marble is desired but might not perhaps fit the budget. 60cm x 3m, €125, behangfabriek.com
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I like to give my inhibitions a bath every now and then. Oliver Reed
RAIL WAYS We reviewed the towel rails on the market, finding some fine examples. These quirky ladderinspired designs have electric power supplies with a pulley to wind up the cable. Meanwhile, the oval brass form of the more luxurious Separè makes this a high-end choice for bathrooms.
as bath The BetteLux Oval Couture range has a freestanding washbasin and a matching bath. Enamelled titanium steel has been wrapped in waterproof, climate-resistant fabric. This world first design cleans up.
Scaletta is a freestanding and wallmounted radiator in select colours. From €676, tubesradiatori.com
The freestanding bath and washbasin are both available in a range of different colours. Shown here (clockwise from top): Ivory, Elephant and Moss. BetteLux Oval Couture Collection bath, from £9,715, washbasin, from £4,090, bette.de
Splashes of Colour Pigments mixed into ceramic and concrete basins imbue them with subtle colour that adds a softer side to an industrial scheme and creates a focal point in any bathroom. Suddenly the bathroom is not a grey area. 1. Terre di Cielo Shui On Top bowl without overflow 40 in Brina, €904.80, ceramicacielo.com 2. Rena concrete basin in Dove, from £1,252.50, kastconcretebasins.com 3. Crimson round basin, £720, bertandmay.com
The Separè multi-use rack in brass is more than functional, it’s a work of art. £1,440, monologuelondon.com
Stay close to nature. It will never fail you. F r an k L l o y d W r i g h t
Accordion Bell sconce by Allied Maker, $3,900, workof.com
WITH THE GRAIN
Imaginative designs crafted from the finest timbers offer a tactile solution for lighting in the home. Branch out by considering these turned contemporary and vintage lights we placed top of the tree.
Norm Architects photography by ex.t. Propellor photography by Bright Photography Specimen Editions photography by Brunno Jahara, Animaro Design photography by Dunja Opalko
Above, from left: Konkret wooden pendant light by Jonas Edvard Studio for Örsjö Lighting, £376, darklightdesign.com; Asian hat block pendant, £280, original-house.co.uk; Wooden pendant lamp, £79, hollys-house.com; Tree Light Bulb, £600, Tree Light Barrel, £576, tamasineosher. com; Hat pendant lights by Norm Architects, £286 each, ex-t.com; Material pendant in natural oak, €199.95, newworks.dk; Ono birch bark pendant light with hand-stitched detail, $980, propellor.ca Main image: Liuku base pendants in oak by Maija Puoskari for Mater, €165 each, materdesign.com
Crane desk lamp, from £295, animarodesign.com
This limited edition lamp by Samuel Chan is a traditional form re-imagined for modern times. Finnieston floor lamp, £675, channelsdesign.com
WOVEN’S IN Woven lighting designs in maple, seagrass and palm are ideal for any modern rustic scheme. Natural materials and traditional techniques result in a collection of unique shades to suit interiors and even outdoor spaces. Style and substance are entwined.
From left: PREN Shadow 04 handcrafted light in woven maple wood by Louise Tucker, £475, curiousegg.com; Palisades outdoor tapered pendant by Kichler, $230, lumens.com; Large seagrass lampshade, £495, oggetto.com; Suspension Paleae, €299, specimen-editions.fr
Industrial scissor light designs were originally conceived as a means of saving workspace in factory settings, the extendable arms pulled out and retracted as required. An ability to adjust lighting to suit every situation is just as appealing for a modern home and these wood variants are the best by a long stretch.
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A medieval Viking coastal fishing village emerges as the first capital of Denmark
The Dutch East India Company has a total monopoly over the tea and spice trades
A huge fire destroys one third of the city, so new canals and mercantile buildings are then built
Electric trams on the streets of Copenhagen heralded the Danish Industrial Golden Age
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To Stay thekrane.dk On Copenhagen’s northern harbour, Nordhavn, is the city’s coolest new hotel. With just a single bedroom and set within a converted 1940s crane, you might be forgiven for thinking this would be the most basic of accommodation. But this is no ordinary offering. Further to the bedroom, there is a separate living room, a spa and sauna, and a conference room. Much of the old structure has been retained. The minimalist Nordic interiors are black-stained, linking to the coal they once held. 1. & 2. Accommodation is set about 50 feet above the ground.
3. As The Krane is three miles from the city’s historic centre, it comes with use of a BMW i3 electric car and a pair of bicycles.
The capital of the world’s oldest kingdom has undergone significant gastronomic and architectural developments in recent years. The Warehouse Home team review some of the best places to visit during a short stay in cutting-edge Copenhagen.
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riginally a Viking fishing village, Copenhagen became the Danish capital in the 15th century. The city celebrated its 850th anniversary in 2017 - a landmark determined by the fact that in 1167, a fortress was built on the location which now houses the Christiansborg Palace. The medieval city centre is best explored on foot or, as this is one of the most bicycle friendly cities in the world, on two wheels. The waterfront promenades and parks make this a destination to explore at a more relaxing pace. The 13th century Gammeltorv (‘Old Square’) and the Christiansborg Palace should certainly be followed by a stroll along Magstræde,
one of the oldest streets in Copenhagen. And in the Tivoli Gardens, the world’s earliest amusement park will attract thrill-seekers of all ages. The beautiful bronze statue on a rock at the waterside of the Langelinie promenade honours The Little Mermaid fairytale by Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. His former home can be visited in Nyhavn district. And after a day of exploring the city along old cobbled streets, the converted harbourside warehouses of Copenhagen reward visitors with dinner in a choice of several exceptional restaurants. Here in Copenhagen, as Hans Christian Andersen once wrote, “Life itself is the most wonderful fairy tale”.
Located in a canalside former warehouse, 108 offers exceptional food in industrial chic environs with concrete columns. 108.dk
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Menu Space fosters creativity and co-working. Visitors can enjoy a cup of coffee with their design inspiration. menu.as
To Eat Copenhagen is replete with restaurants offering excellent cuisine and beautifully conceived interiors. New location 108 has quickly won acclaim from critics. A spin-off from world-famous Noma, the restaurant that put Nordic cuisine on the map, 108 focuses on locality as well as seasonality. Specialising in pickling and fermenting, it has already earned a Michelin star. Meanwhile, in the 18th century warehouse that once housed Noma, diners will find Barr. And finally, Malmö is only 35 minutes away from Copenhagen and worth a visit for Malmö Saluhall, a former freight depot converted into a food hall in 2013 and today a mecca of artisanal foodstuffs.
Set by the water’s edge, Malmö Saluhall is a foodie’s paradise. malmosaluhall.se
Barr serves popular local dishes with beer, wine and akvavit. restaurantbarr.com
108 photography by Freya Mcomish of the Scandinavia Standard; SMK National Gallery of Copenhagen photography by Karen Søndergaard; Menu Space photography by Jonas Bjerre Poulsen of Norm Architects; Barr photography by Line Klein; The Krane photography by Rasmus Hjortshøj of COAST Studio; Malmo Saluhall photography by André Pihl, Wingårdhs
New Copenhagen showroom Menu Space is a must for design-conscious visitors to the city. Design firm Menu collaborated with renowned Norm Architects to create this elegant space, combining a showroom, office and café. It is situated in Nordhavn, an area now flourishing following the conversion of The Silo by COBE architects and recent launch of The Krane. The use of concrete and steel references the locale and is complemented by minimalist interiors. If time allows, we also recommend a visit to the West Indian Warehouse. Once used for storing sugar and rum, today it is home to The Royal Cast Collection; over 2,000 plaster sculptures.
The Royal Cast Collection founded in 1895 is part of Statens Museum for Kunst. It is organised chronologically. smk.dk
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A lake-side leather factory constructed in 1888 is now an exclusive development of 56 apartments. The brick building even has a crèche and dog spa.
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STRÅHATTSFABRIKEN This former straw hat factory now comprises 39 apartments, ranging from one to five bedrooms. Some have private gardens, others twin terraces.
All imagery courtesy of Oscar Properties
or over a decade, Oscar Properties has developed a series of highly acclaimed new buildings and notable conversions. Whether a modern project, a post office or old school, the common denominator is that each offers an original way of living, architecturally distinctive and with a strong emphasis on interior design. Homes like these across Stockholm epitomise stylish living in Sweden’s capital and inspire warehouse homes worldwide. oscarproperties.com
The Swedes refer to Stockholm as ‘beauty on water’. An historic core and new modern districts cover 14 islands. Old and new triumph here.
This conversion, completed in 2016, combines an older portion from the 1920s and newer part from the 1970s. 85 homes are bathed with natural light.
Industriverket is a collective of three buildings: an old brewery, and former radio and cigar factories. The 197 apartments offer pure industrial elegance.
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