Before abandoning an old warehouse, here are some incredible home conversions that will definitely make you look twice. They range from small studios to extravagant lofts, complete with spiral staircases, etc. Continue reading to see them all.
5. Oriental Warehouse
Designed by the design studio Edmonds + Lee Architects, this amazing property resides on San Francisco’s South Beach neighborhood. The project takes on contemporary design elements, and revolves around open spaces making the home feel extremely spacious and inviting at the same time. A large over-sized sheet of transparent glass further eliminates privacy in the master bathroom by allowing views into and out of the bathroom to the rest of the loft beyond.
4. Brick Warehouse
The latest to surface this beautiful warehouse conversion in Abbbotsford, located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The two story home features a large open plain living and dining room, floor to ceiling New York style windows, courtyard, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms. The brick constructed exterior can be seen through many walls within the home’s interior as well, creating a beautiful constructing effect paired with the hardwood floors and stainless steel accents.
3. New York-Style Warehouse
This three bathroom, two bath residence is located in a suburb within Melbourne, Victoria, Australia known as Abbotsford. The warehouse converted dwelling is stunning in every way, and there was no expense spared in the transformation process. Key features of the property include, “North-facing; single lock up garage with height allowance for car stacker featuring an enormous tilt glass door, European appliances, herringbone warehouse ceilings, original enamel factory lights, triple-height staircase with custom-made Volker Haug chandelier, exposed timber oregon pillars and New York-style windows.”
2. Abandoned Warehouse
This residence features three bedrooms and two bathrooms, with plenty of exposed brick walls and high concrete ceilings reminding the occupants of what used to be. The house was on the market during 2011, but ending up selling. This superlative warehouse conversion in “Leicester House”, an historic 1880′s building, provides privacy and vast spaces. It features soaring warehouse ceilings, huge original arched timber windows, exposed red brick walls, imposing brick archways of 65 cm depth and high gloss timber floors.
1. Loft Warehouse
This stunning space was developed by the team at Martin Building Company in collaboration with the former owner. The 5,500 square foot apartment features multiple levels, and includes 1,100 square feet of outdoor space. The loft was “converted from an original warehouse structure, the property’s radiant heated hardwood floors were salvaged from a Los Angeles airplane hangar and pay homage to that original hangar use reflected by nearly 30 foot exposed timber and white-washed ceilings.” This residence ended up selling back in 2011 for a cool $3.32 million.