Bridie is pleased to present the latest additions to her eponymous homeware range, Bridie Hall at Home, all showcased in the Pentreath & Hall pop-up shop at 17a Rugby Street, London WC1, until the end of August.
Included in the range is a finally realised decoupage collaboration with U.S. based illustrator and painter Wayne Pate. Drawing on her background as a specialist painter and colourist, Bridie has also combined forces with the exemplary hand-crafted skills of Melodi Horne to produce four pairs of limited edition painted lampshades and cushions.
From her own studio come the brilliantly chic and cheerful ‘End of Day Confetti’ brass and glass column lamps, along with a striking collection Pediment Mirrors in the four primary colours turned up to the highest notch of gloss. And finally, the Roman Emperor Intaglio Cases are displayed en-masse as they should be in a varying array of beguiling colour combinations and finishes. All proudly handmade in England.
Her aim of the pop-up shop installation is to turn the volume up to eleven and create something not quite seen before. Seeing is believing so make sure to drop by before the end of August.