Curbed explores how an 1800s warehouse turned jam factory transformed into a home fit for a “boho lifestyle.” The former warehouse in Victoria, Australia was renovated by the firm Andrew Simpson Architects. The firm decided to keep the exposed timber trusses to used them to their advantage with an expansive, open floor plan. To add more natural sunlight to the room, the architects incorporated long skylights on the pitched roof and large expansive windows.
The renovation amps up the modern with the old by contrasting the exposed brick with a neutral white color palette throughout the home. The result is an elegant, minimalist, and chic renovation. Use this as the source of inspiration when taking on a similar warehouse renovation project.