I have written about Pinch before but they have some gorgeous new furniture pieces so I could not resist featuring more of their designs.
Pinch was founded in 2004 as collaboration between husband and wife team Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon. Working from their studio /showroom in London, UK, they aim to create graceful and iconic furniture and lighting that work for both elegant domestic spaces and stylish contract environments.
Their approach to design combines a keen appreciation of artistic lines and form, absolute attention to detail and sensitivity to materials. These combined qualities lend their creations integrity and artistic elegance in equal measure.
Pinch: “Our pieces are made by hand and to order, and we have worked hard to locate and employ the best quality makers here in the UK. We believe in using local, making to need, and offering bespoke flexibility wherever possible to ensure our clients commission pieces that really deliver both on function and aesthetic.”
Cabinet Joyce (above) is one of my favorite new Pinch pieces. It is inspired by Victorian optometrist’s shopfitting. It has sliding glass fronted doors and a cherry-lined interior with shelves and drawers making it suitable for a variety of uses throughout the house. The cabinet is available in solid timber and painted finishes with interior options of shelves and/or drawers.
(images from Pinch)