Step inside this cool converted warehouse

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The living room is full of vintage furnishings and retro finds, which both complement and soften the distressed walls. Comforts such as underfloor heating mean the space is cosy despite its vast size. Touches such as the Welsh blanket help to add a feminine note.

1/10 Living room

living room with raw wall and wooden table

(Image credit: Future PLC /Matthew Williams)

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2/10 Dining room

dinning room with open book shelve and mirror

(Image credit: Future PLC /Matthew Williams)

The extra-long table works well with the proportions of the dining area. The owners love to entertain, and the benches and mismatched chairs are perfect for informal gatherings.

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3/10 Living area

wooden panel with hat and guitar

(Image credit: Future PLC /Matthew Williams)

The owners used as many found and salvaged materials as possible. This beautiful, natural wood wall in the living room is actually made from lath planking, which builders normally throw away.

4/10 Music snug

music room with frame sofa chair and floor rug

(Image credit: Future PLC /Matthew Williams)

The owners created a mezzanine to house a bedroom and bathroom, and have cleverly used the space underneath for a cosy snug, home to favourite old chairs and a collection of guitars. Reclaimed wood gives it a cabin feel.

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5/10 Kitchen

kitchen with yellow flower wooden chair

(Image credit: Future PLC /Matthew Williams)

The kitchen is a pleasing mix of concrete, stainless-steel and wood for warmth. The surfaces are practical as well as being full of character.

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6/10 Living area

living room with raw wall and animal head

(Image credit: Future PLC /Matthew Williams)

The aged brick wall in the living area lends itself to striking decor, such as these animal heads.

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7/10 Living area

living room with mirror and sofa

(Image credit: Future PLC /Matthew Williams)

A large, floor-standing mirror reflects the living room, revealing the huge proportions of the space. Sofas in different styles and colours sit happily together, keeping the look relaxed.

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8/10 Living area

living area with wooden wall and frame

(Image credit: Future PLC /Matthew Williams)

Stacked artworks add to the relaxed mood.

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9/10 Bedroom

bedroom with white bedlinen and hanging dresses

(Image credit: Future PLC /Matthew Williams)

The bedroom is on the mezzanine and the beams give it an intimate feel. The owner has hung her dresses to create pretty artworks. The floor was reclaimed from a basketball court.

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10/10 Bathroom

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(Image credit: Future PLC /Matthew Williams)

The bathroom has a feel of old Westerns, with a big tub in the middle of the room. Lace panels screen the view while allowing light to filter through.

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Heather Young
Heather Young

Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and also edits its sister title Style At Home. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.