warehouse conversion in whitechapel

Complete renovation, design and styling of two bedroom flat in London's historic East End

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Photography © James Balston


FLOOR PLANS

East London Warehouse conversion floor plans

Construction notes:
– Remove wall separating hallway from living area to create an open plan living area
– Remove ensuite bathroom to create one large bathroom and built-in wardrobe for master bedroom.
– Expose brick on back wall in master bedroom and whitewash
– Remove partition to provide more space for kitchen area


BEFORE & AFTER

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One of the most interesting aspects of this project was the original hardwood flooring, as you can see from the before & after, it was in pretty rough shape.  A specialist came in and refinished the floors, but left all of the original warping and indentations.  The idea was to highlight the existing architectural details, drawing warmth from the flooring and exposed brick.  The furniture was chosen to maintain the open feeling of the space, with nothing anchored to the floor.

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In the master bedroom the brick was exposed on the back wall and then whitewashed to maintain the clean minimal space the client wanted for his sleeping space.

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The bathroom was the most dramatic change, everything (walls included) was completely removed and replaced.  See before and after images at DesignSponge*  and Houzz

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