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Featured Designer: PINCH Design

Today we bring you a much celebrated maker of charming and iconic furniture and lighting. PINCH Design, a London-based furniture, product and interior design company, is the creation of husband and wife team Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon. The company has already made a name for itself through features in a number of impressive publications over the years since its conception in 2004, such as Homes and Gardens, Living etc, Vogue, Elle Deco, Architectural Digest, The Guardian, and The New York Times. And it’s easy to see why they’re such a big hit. They craft simple, yet uniquely detailed pieces by hand that you will treasure for years.

PINCH produces furniture that includes armoires, upholstery, tables, sideboards and cabinets, lighting, shelving, stools and benches, and architectural pieces. They believe in using local materials, making to need, and offering custom-made pieces to ensure their customers receive furniture that delivers both functionally and aesthetically. We’ve featured some of their pieces of furniture below, so you can see the careful attention to detail and form that they provide in each design.

Alba Sideboard - Photographer James Merrell

Mid-century relief plasterwork inspired the Alba sideboard to create a sculptural, calm and intriguing piece. It houses two drawers to the center with a cupboard to each side with adjustable shelves.

Frey - Photographer James Merrell

The Frey armoire features an exterior of simplicity and perfect proportion resulting in a piece that is clean and classically tailored.

Joyce Cabinet - Photographer James Merrell

The Joyce cabinet is inspired by a Victorian optometrist’s shopfitting. It has sliding glass doors and a cherry-lined interior with shelves and drawers, making it suitable for a variety of uses throughout your home.

Lowry - Photographer James Merrell

The Lowry sideboard features a sculptural front section created by a series of solid wood fins of varying widths and depths, which also act as handles for the cupboards.

Marlow - Photographer James Merrell

The random shapes and sizing of the fielded paneling on the Marlow armoire plays with tradition that results in an elegant yet impactful piece.

Pendel 2 Seat Sofa - Photographer James Merrell (2)

The Pendel is a curvaceous two seat sofa designed to make sense of compact space. Perfect for hall use, bay windows or secondary seating, this sofa can also be used to create intimate seating arrangements in large open spaces.

All photography featured is credited to James Merrell and all rights remain with Pinch.

Posted by Nicole Bruce

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