An industrial past meets modern refinement
Integrating comfort with warehouse-loft style
Once a 19th century grain store, Red Lion Court is now home to young, burgeoning creatives and aspiring City types.
To appeal to our youthful demographic, we combined the raw elements of the building’s industrial architecture with vintage quality, contemporary craftsmanship and irresistible comfort.
The roulette curves of the mirror are a pleasing foil for the sharp geometry of the dark oak sideboard.
While the velvety comfort and rounded smoothness of the two mid-century lounge chairs contrast perfectly with the hard stone surface of the coffee table.
Organic shapes and rustic hues intensify against the calm, neutral palette. It has a gallery quality to it, ideal for showcasing one’s prize-winning gins and vintage cocktail shaker.
The industrial aesthetic breathes simplicity. Superfluous ornamentation is out. Discerningly selected accent pieces are in.
Here, we’ve assembled alternating textures of faceted glass, woven leather, knitted wool and brushed steel for a clean, tactile look.