Warehouse conversions have become hugely popular in Melbourne, Australia, for their slightly rustic appeal, and this former leather factory from 1911 was the ideal blank canvas for artist Saskia Folk and her flatmate, Imogen Van Sebille, to work with. The industrial appeal of the whitewashed interior serves as the perfect backdrop for their art collection, quirky details, and vintage furniture. Scroll down to take the tour through photos by Derek Swalwell for InsideOut.
Chairish Industrial Articulating Table Lamp ($230)
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