Founded in 2004 by Russell and Oona Pinch, Pinch Designis marking 15 years of designing its quiet, yet distinct handcrafted pieces – in addition to the new shop –with 15 new product launches throughout 2019.
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Six of the new pieces are already available at the larger shop at 200 Ebury Street, in the Pimlico Road design district.
Just a short hop from the original Pinchstore, the new double-fronted, two storey premises is larger with space for the brand to display its full collection, across upholstery, cabinetry, dining furniture, bedroom furniture and lighting.
The original Bourne Street shop now houses the Pinch bedroom collection, which includes new beds and bedroom storage.
The new launches so far are an extension on the brand's upholstery range, bedroom furniture and expanded colours of popular pieces.
Call to arms
Accompanying the Angelo sofa, the Angelo armchair is a comfy yet classic seat, with a neat footprint and relaxed elegance.
Love to love
Following the form of the Brody armchair, this two-seat version in leather sits somewhere between a sofa and a love seat.
Stuff of dreams
This solid wood Christo bed manages to be simple and striking at the same time – and is available in white oiled European oak or oiled black American walnut. Look out for the four-poster option coming soon.
Back to black
The popular solid oak Float table now comes with a dramatic black stained base for stand out style.
Sink into style
Joining the bed and sofa design, the Moreau armchair is a sculptural seat with a soft curvalicious profile.
On the bench
Completing the Moreau set, is this beautiful bench, which works as well as an end of bed perch or with the sofa in the sitting room.
Founders Russell Pinch and Bona Bannon commented: ‘It has always been important to us that we make furniture that we would want in our own home, and these new pieces perfectly demonstrate our ongoing focus on both the important of the simplicity of shape and the materials used when crafting a new work – especially in the upholstery and quality of the wood that we work with.’
Pinch, 200 Ebury Street, London, SW1W 8UN.
Originally featured on our sister site, Living Etc.