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Pinch Design: Almost Bespoke Armoires

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Pinch Design: Almost Bespoke Armoires

Christine Chang Hanway October 09, 2012

We recently caught up with Pinch Design (founded by husband and wife design team Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon) at London Design Week; here's what they're up to.

In a move to help homeowners bannish clutter, Pinch Design has created four armoire interiors designed to fit various living needs; kitchen, library, linen, or wardrobe. Not enough options? Those in search of a mini bar or home office need not despair; the duo can also do bespoke versions on request. See more at Pinch Design.

Above: Oona Bannon and Russell Pinch of Pinch Design.

Above: The Frey armoire coupled with the linen interior option; double from £4,920, single from £3,180.

Above: The Armoire linen interior is fully equipped with drawers.

Above: The Lowry armoire features a series of solid wood fins of varying widths and depths, creating a sculptural front section. The fins also act as door handles; double from £4,625.

Above: The Marlow armoire takes classic fielded paneling as its starting point and plays with tradition. Here it 's used as a kitchen armoire (the interior is fitted with the Kitchen option); double from £5,595, skinny from £3,550.

Above: The Armoire Kitchen interior features shelves, drawers, and an integrated bottle rack.

Above: The Armoire Wardrobe interior includes a hanging rod for clothes.

Above: The Armoire Library interior has shelves and drawers.

N.B. See Pinch Design in London to see more of the collection.

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