Posted on Sun, 21 Dec 2014 by KiM

I find raw, industrial spaces very inspiring. Location shoot venues are my favourites as they are typically filled with some of the most random bits of furniture and oddities (ie. a pommel horse, because you never know what type of photo shoot or movie might need that!). Shoot Factory has some of the most eclectic and quirky industrial spaces around so I went through their site and picked out some spaces that really stood out. Now I want to go thrifting!!

Jared Hayden says:

Proof that in interior design, as in any art form, a startling or unexpected juxtaposition can be far more thrilling than getting it "just right". You've achieved your Desire… your post has (yet again) Inspired.

Donna says:

So cool … your site is so amazing.

KiM says:

🙂 Happy holidays Jared

Thanks Donna!!

Stunning pics. I'm really loving the rough/luxe look. Deep sumptuous velvets seem to play a large part. A rough unfinished wall, concrete floors with a beautiful velvet upholstered french chair and sparkling chandelier looks so amazing. The strong contrasts really show off each individual design and somehow they work together to create a fabulously styled room. Especially with French furniture where too much of it can mean the detail gets lost, as its too busy, whereas a choice piece against a contrasting back drop shows off every curve and detail. The same with chandeliers, they appear even more sparkly against a grey

Amy Wolff Interiors says:

Everything about this place is incredible. Love!

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