Mixing Old & New: Warehouse Conversion

April 28, 2016

By Tab Byrum

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This week we’ve looked at the term Juxtaposition, repurposing antique furniture using new fabrics and mixing design periods as far as art and interiors so I thought today we would look at mixing old and new by taking an old building and converting it into a new home. We’ve looked at conversions before with old schools and barns and today we are going to look at taking old warehouse spaces and making them livable spaces for you and your family. Warehouse spaces are great because most of the time they offer huge amounts of space in the form of high ceilings and big open areas. It might take a lot of planning, work and money to convert a warehouse space but most of the time they turn out awesome. Here’s a look at the ultimate in old and new mix-ups, Enjoy!!! (above image via)

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