The newly added products include two single beds and a chaise lounge, while two existing products in the Pinch bedroom range have been updated in smaller sizes.
Each piece has been designed to offer “the perfect sleeping space”, and is characterised by its application of simple yet striking shapes with quality materiality and finish.
“As has always been the case, when we design, we think about how we want to live, and what we want to surround ourselves with,” said founders Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon.
“We are always obsessed by space and our intent is to keep our pieces light and effortless but with layers of interest and subtle detail to add dimensionality and richness.”
The Moreau single bed features an upholstered bedhead and frame with a soft undulating form, available in solid European oak with white oil finish legs or solid black American walnut with clear oil finish legs.
The Christo single bed, on the other hand, leaves its wooden structure exposed, boasting a peaked curved headboard made from a choice of solid oak or walnut with a clear oil finish.
The third addition to the bedroom furniture series is the Merrell chaise, described by the studio as “a piece for generous bedroom spaces that many of us can only dream of though some are lucky enough to have.”
The sculptural day bed is supported by wooden legs of oak or walnut and can be upholstered in a variety of Pinch fabrics.
As Pinch and Bannon explain, the bedroom collection appears simple on first look, but in fact has been designed and made with “considered proportions and architectural rigour” that required acute attention – or “obsession” – to curate.
“We are not interested in creating a need to continually replace and update furniture – furniture is an investment and a commitment,” said the duo.
“Furniture should last and at this level of making it should be passed down multiple generations, and be desired by multiple generations, so the pieces need to speak of being made beautifully rather than reference a fashionable fad or feeling.”
Other products, including the Joyce chest of drawers and the Lana dressing table II, have been updated and resized “in constant pursuit of perfection”.
The chest of drawers has been refined from four to three timber-lined drawers that each boast traditional dovetail joints. Available in oak or walnut, the exterior can be finished in a choice of house lacquers or can be matched to a customer paint reference.
Pinch has additionally updated its Lana dressing table to have “a more modest footprint”. It features a lockable drawer with an internal divider and is topped with a tilting cheval mirror, finished with bronzed rivets.
The new or updated designs join Pinch’s existing bedroom furniture collection, which includes the Frey armoire, the Moreau double bed and bench, the Christo four poster bed, double bed and the Clyde side table.
Last year, the London studio launched six furniture and lighting pieces as part of its 15th anniversary, from a dining table and stacking stool to a sofa and a four-poster bed.
Each of the pieces are designed to demonstrate the studio’s minimal style through strong shapes and skilled craftsmanship.
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