Bookmarks: Warehouse Home

Warehouse Home newspaper vignette | H is for Home

A couple of weeks ago, we received a copy of issue #4 of Warehouse Home newspaper through the post. It was such a good read that we thought we’d give it a plug for any of you out there unfamiliar with the publication.

'A la modular' article in Warehouse Home magazine

'Hides to Seek' article in Warehouse Home magazine

'Into the Fold' article in Warehouse Home magazine

As the name suggests, the magazine is primarily aimed at those home owners residing in converted industrial buildings – old mills, factories, warehouses and the like. Although we live in an old stone cottage we found loads to interest us too.

makers featured in Warehouse Home magazine

'Poplar Culture' article in Warehouse Home magazine

'Science Studies' article in Warehouse Home magazine

Launched in October 2014, Warehouse Home is printed twice per year in June and November – and distributed to high-end homes in converted industrial buildings in many of the major cities in England & Scotland. Copies are also available at select hotels and interiors trade shows.

'World of Materials' article in Warehouse Home

'With the Grain' article in Warehouse Home magazine

'Rattan Pack' article in Warehouse Home magazine

However, the online digital version is free to view/download from their website where ever in the world you are, so go take a browse if it looks like your kind of thing. We’ve embeded the current issue at the end of this post.

'Righteous Indigo' article in Warehouse Home magazine

'Recycled Reams' article in Warehouse Home magazine

'Stone Roses' article in Warehouse Home magazine

We were really impressed by the content – the variety and interesting subject matter in the articles, room staging, quality of photography, products featured and so on. It’s full of inspirational design ideas and spaces.

'Runs of the Mill' article in Warehouse Home

Page of ads in Warehouse Home magazine

Directory in Warehouse Home magazine

Also dotted through the magazine are advertisements for a range of companies specialising in what we’ll collectively call ‘vintage industrial style’ and an extensive directory of suppliers. Thanks to reading the magazine, we spent ages browsing the websites of the various shops and craftspeople too. Highly recommended!