Having recently been assigned the interiors photography for a converted warehouse project I’m delighted it made a generous 9 page feature in November’s Kitchens Bedrooms and Bathrooms magazine. At time of press this is the publication’s largest ever editorial piece!
The article covers the complete re-configuration of an eclectic Shad Thames two bedroom apartment in a 19th-century former London grain house.
Large steel framed timber sliding doors to the bedrooms and exposed brick walls preserve the industrial feel, together with steel piping and conduits housing the electrics. The kitchen forms the centre-piece of the open main living area with concrete effect porcelain worktops and bespoke cabinetry. Woaven into the design is the owner’s own artwork and iconic furniture from around the world. Well travelled!
Interior design photography nearly always employs long exposures to make the best of available window light. This technique, balanced with some flash, worked well especially when the natural light is present from just one side of a large space, as was the case here.