New for 2022, Jude is the latest addition to British Design Shop’s expanding selection of sofas.
I not long ago styled and photographed it as aspect of my ongoing get the job done with the manufacturer. I needed to supply an different to the gray, beige and product tones we have observed so a lot of around the past several many years so I selected this stunning textured weave from Romo Materials in Serandite. This intended moving out of my usual color consolation zone, which I was to begin with a little hesitant about, but when I saw the finished piece I totally fell in adore with it! The color is warm and tender-toned and operates fantastically with earthy neutrals like these ceramic pieces. The textured weave offers it a multi-dimensional overall look rather than a flat end, so it is excellent for introducing richness and depth to a style and design plan. If, like me, you are often a tiny not sure about colour this is a great way to transfer over and above gray or beige. And if you have no these types of dilemma and gravitate really conveniently to bolder colour mixtures it would search terrific paired with scatter cushions in a single of the complementary colourways from the Romo collection, this sort of as Goldcrest or Navy.
Mixing each sq. and circular varieties Jude is a sumptuous, curvaceous design and style. It is obtainable in either a solitary piece format as revealed listed here or as a sectional. There is also a loveseat solution. Like all British Layout Shop sofas it’s produced to buy here in the United kingdom, with the designers and craftsmen working closely with each other to build furnishings of an extremely substantial regular.
It’s a potent style that has identity and existence, but it is also flexible – by opting for distinct cushion preparations you can type it in quite a few distinct techniques. Back again cushions are provided for whole consolation and guidance, or you can change matters up and opt for bolsters and/or scatter cushions to generate a cleaner, more nominal appear.
Jude is available to look at by appointment at British Design Shop’s London studio.