After a scan through the portfolio of Estúdio Penha in my previous post, it quickly became apparent that Vitor Penha has a thing for industrial bathrooms with vintage touches. As a result, I dug through all of his commercial and residential projects and came up with this lineup for you. Enjoy!
What could be more perfect? Harvey Jones Kitchen takes this warehouse conversion with its original crittall windows, hefty beams, old tile and exposed brick to the next level with a contemporary, bespoke kitchen from their Linear Edge range. A European luxury look that sits sleekly within the open space. Love the handleless clean lines and the waterfall edge to the stone counters. If beautiful, handmade kitchens make you weak at the knees like me there is a lot more inspiration on their website.
Here I go again getting all excited about a classic look done just a little differently, traditional decor with a twist, in this case in an old 1860’s in commercial building with exposed brick and crumbling plaster. It reminds me a little of a faded old palazzo, just not so grand, perhaps a bit more gritty and down to earth. There are a few things I would change but I love the idea of fine living in an unusual space, that unexpected twist. Industrial Redux in Mississippi by Barry Dixon.
Keeping my industrial loft obsession going strong is this absolutely incredible apartment on the top floor of a converted factory in the British town of Loughborough. I’m not sure what I’m dying over most – the exposed brick, the ceiling trestles, the collection of Togo sofas, the massive antique crystal chandeliers, allllllll those windows, the view, the copper bathtub, the marble sink…… OMG!!! Available as a location space via Shoot Factory.
Keeping things simple and somewhat minimalist today with this loft apartment in London. Gorgeous worn wood floors, concrete columns, a dramatic dark panelled bedroom and some homeliness added in with some paintings and lot of plants makes this apartment something I could totally call home. Available as a location space via Shoot Factory.