Bohinc Studio shows its collection of furniture and objects in the residential setting of a London townhouse. The pieces are presented in a home setting which mixes period features and contemporary aesthetics, building on the brand’s signature style. Raw concrete and exposed brickwork contrast the period cornicing, decorated in a geometric fashion in dialogue with the original architectural lines. The mix of colour is pronounced - the walls are painted in dusky tones of light terracotta, muted pinks, cherry and brown tones, set against a backdrop of grey and black. The furniture contrasts the space with very light tones - soft upholstered seating pieces are presented in white, cream and slightly toned pink bouclé and furry fabrics.
‘I wanted to design a space that is happy, warm and inviting, full of character and contrast. I love to use colour to create mood and texture to create a desire to touch, adds Lara Bohinc. “I aimed to create a sensual space. The pandemic forced us all to spend more time at home, and I realised I wanted my pieces to make you feel loved, cocooned and happy. I also wanted to create pieces that look like they are good enough to eat. The collection’s name is an appreciation of the sweet comfort of an afternoon tea - happy, joyful and indulgent moments, a time when friends and family meet; an occasion very much missed in recent
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