New for 2022, Jude is the most recent addition to British Design Shop’s increasing selection of sofas.

I not long ago styled and photographed it as component of my ongoing get the job done with the brand. I preferred to present an different to the grey, beige and cream tones we’ve seen so substantially of around the past several decades so I selected this amazing textured weave from Romo Fabrics in Serandite. This meant transferring out of my typical colour comfort and ease zone, which I was to begin with a minor hesitant about, but when I saw the completed piece I fully fell in adore with it! The colour is warm and comfortable-toned and functions fantastically with earthy neutrals like these ceramic items. The textured weave offers it a multi-dimensional look instead than a flat finish, so it is ideal for adding richness and depth to a style and design plan. If, like me, you are at times a little unsure about colour this is a good way to go past grey or beige. And if you have no such trouble and gravitate quite readily toward bolder color combinations it would appear good paired with scatter cushions in one particular of the complementary colourways from the Romo selection, these as Goldcrest or Navy.

Blending both equally sq. and circular forms Jude is a luxurious, curvaceous design and style. It’s out there in both a one piece structure as demonstrated here or as a sectional. There’s also a loveseat choice. Like all British Structure Store sofas it’s produced to order right here in the British isles, with the designers and craftsmen doing work intently alongside one another to generate household furniture of an extremely superior standard.

It’s a potent layout that has persona and presence, but it’s also adaptable – by opting for distinctive cushion arrangements you can design it in quite a few distinct means. Back cushions are incorporated for entire comfort and ease and guidance, or you can switch things up and decide for bolsters and/or scatter cushions to develop a cleaner, extra small glimpse.

Jude is available to view by appointment at British Design and style Shop’s London studio.