The living room of home in a 20th century warehouse in Melbourne, Australia features a playful mix of textile patterns and colors. (above)
I like this home in a three story Melbourne, Australia warehouse. The home is owned by a textile designer and her family. With all of the prints, patterns and wonderful fabrics at play in this home, it is clear that someone who knows textiles owns this place.
Oh…did I mention the super duper fab high ceilings…? 🙂
A fantastic black and white Madeline Weinrib adds visual interest to the floor and room without being too over bearing.(above)
A cozy little den is well appointed with a dark daybed with white piping.(above)
The dining room doubles as the home’s library with a floor to ceiling wall of book shelves lining making a spectacular backdrop. (above)
Green metal powder coated steel dome Harrow Pendant Lights from Garden Trading Co. in the UK add a retro vibe to the industrial chic look of the kitchen.(above)
In the master bedroom, grey silk panel covers the wall behind the bed’s headboard creating an element of drama in the space. (above)
The perfect double sink vanity! (above)
A cute spare room is perfect for overnight sleep overs for kids’ friends. (above)
I think my favorite room is the living room. Which is yours.
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8 responses to “SEE THIS HOUSE: CHIC WAREHOUSE LIVING!”
Honestly, I could never live there. It’s too white! And high ceilings haven’t a shred of coziness.
I actually came by via Remodelaholic…
I dream of that library wall, complete with ladder. Ahhhh!
I hated every bit of this space. In the living room only one lamp for a sofa and three chairs. The overwhelming book wall so close to the table. The voluminous and silly grey curtain behind the bed. The messy looking open storage in the kitchen. UGH!
I agree that warehouse tall ceilings can be drafty and uninviting but how could you not love that library wall. Forget the dining room table I would just make it my library. Also love the black and white rugs.
Interesting comments! I have to say while these interiors are not the most cozy I do like the cleanliness of the white and I dream and one day shall have a floor to ceiling library wall and in my opinion, ceilings cannot be too high (the #1 bonus to loft living)! Thanks for sharing this quirky fun warehouse.
How about airy, clean, and elegant? The painting is absolutely exquisite against the crisp white wall. The pairing of the floral chair and the modern black and white rug – magnificent!
Where I live (burbs of LA), very few people enjoy a modern-eclectic, minimalist design, so I’m not surprised by the comments.
I absolutely love every single little thing in this house, for me it has the wow factor. I can’t understand how anyone wouldn’t like it, but maybe like someone said it is because of different tastes in different countries (I am in london uk). I love the bedrooms in particular (the grey silk wall against the orange bed is amazing), then the kitchen and dining room equally (so cool and homely, i love love love them), then the front room and bathroom. I love the front room, but i think that the chairs are a little bit too small. I love the artwork arrangement between the 2 windows, and i will definately be doing this in my home. Oooh, and almost forgot the cozy little nook, i love the powder blue with the black white and yellow, its fabulous.
I like the all of the furniture is nicely coordinated, its like each room has its own colour theme. I am also a fan of high ceilings, these look very nice. However like alot of the other people here I have to say, the walls are just too plain. Still love the furniture though.
Thanks for the post