The design for this eclectic warehouse conversion was inspired by the building’s architecture and the client’s passion for colourful artwork and cultural artefacts collected on his many travels across the globe. Originally a one bed studio flat, the interior required a sophisticated and complex redesign to turn it into the light filled two bedroom flat it is now. The grade II listed exposed brick, the dark radiators and the original gridded windows led us to a strong industrial theme to complement the striking artwork and the distinctive furniture of the client. Two impressive handcrafted double sliding doors, fitted with Buster and Punch metal handles, divide the apartment into sleeping, living and study areas. The kitchen, with its concrete worktop and industrial lighting fits in elegantly between the two sliding doors creating a calm and inviting symmetry in this open plan design. Subtle shades of grey were used for both floor and wall finishes with a bold turquoise stripe dividing the wall horizontally, to create an appealing visual effect throughout the apartment.