If you love the look of warehouse living and would love to recreate this industrial style in your own home, you need look no further than Surface View.
This bespoke printer has teamed up with interiors magazine Warehouse Home to curate an Edit of industrially inspired interiors, and Editor Sophie Bush has chosen her pick of wall coverings to channel a warehouse aesthetic.
Warehouse Home has worked with Surface View on a number of interior design projects in the past. Most recently, they transformed two expansive walls in a former match factory from plain white to ‘aged and cracked concrete’. Another aged concrete mural was incorporated into an interior design project completed by the Warehouse Home team for a Manchester based property developer - creating a dramatic bathroom scheme in an old mill.
Sophie explains why the collaboration was such as success: “We were particularly impressed by the fact that Surface View adjusted our chosen designs to complement the existing architectural details of the building. Such murals are a fantastic way to transform a space without the expense of actually exposing brickwork or plasterwork! And they mean that an industrial aesthetic can be achieved in any residential or commercial project. Surface View’s expert in-house team will also guide you through every step of the process to ensure you receive the best possible results.”
“There is such an incredible range of products and designs in Surface View’s collection. The works I have selected represent this breadth - from wall murals that can be used to cover entire walls to prints that will bring a reading area or study space to life.” - Sophie Bush, Founder & Editor of Warehouse Home.
Surface View’s bespoke printing techniques allow you to play with size, scale and surfaces so that the artworks can be skilfully re-interpreted for modern homes.