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Let’s take a little peek inside Pinch’s new Flagship Store in LondonTuesday 16 July 2019
Fifteen years after the Pinch was officially made into a full-fledged studio, by design duo Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon they finally gave another relevant step. Their flagship store can now be found at Belgravia’s Ebury Street, within the midst of Pimlico Design District in London. CovetED will be taking you on a little tour through this new store that has a couple of unique furniture pieces that show the charm and creativity of Pinch and Bannon.
The location which was chosen for the new Pinch Flagship Store is set on what used to be a former art gallery with two fronts. Despite it being a relatively small space, this store is definitely inviting for clients who are looking to add some new bespoke furniture pieces to several parts of the household. Right now the Pinch flagship store is planning on rolling out a total of 15 products as a celebration of the number of years the firm has been in business
The store is focused on more than one home division with a single layout which helps to keep the attention of the clients, while at the same time transmitting a sense of calm to any person who wanders in. If you happen to be passing by the store right now you can find a variety of items such as the two-seat leather Brody Sofa, or even the Float table, combining solid oak with a black-stained base.
One of the main focuses of Pinch as a brand felt on bedroom furniture. One of their most recent products in that regards is the Christo Bed, a piece adorned with a curved and peaked headboard. However, within the London flagship store, those who are looking to give a new twist to their living room will be presented with a variety of options perfectly arranged and organized to envision a dream home.
A little walk through the store can tell a lot regarding the style that Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon aim to transmit to their customers: a clean, contemporary and minimalistic style that aims to transmit a sense of tranquillity. According to Bannon, in a statement to Architectural Digest:
“Our pieces are instinctive and calm. They have their own sense of dimension; they have layers, but there is a lightness of touch so that they don’t feel overly expressive or overwrought,”
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