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Dramatic Warehouse Conversion

Designers and teachers Debbie Adams and Peter Fleming turned an industrial shell into a contemporary, earth-friendly space.

In the dining room, black and white artwork looks cohesive without being overly matchy. The owners repurposed a vintage Eames table by adding a new top. Large energy-efficient windows allow natural light to flood the space. Polished concrete flooring reflects the building’s industrial past.

See more incredible spaces from 2009 in our photo gallery. For more eco-friendly ideas, see our Photo Gallery: Green Design.

  • Photographer: Stacey Brandford
  • Source: House & Home May 2009 issue
  • Products: Credenza, Kiosk; artwork, Untitled by Chris Curreri, Untitled by Paul Brunman, Pnelope II by Rob McInnis. lamp, Made; vases, through, Hollace Cluny.
  • Designer: Peter Fleming

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