Trend watch: Bespoke concrete pieces by The Poured Project

This family run business is the brainchild of Andy Pedley and his wife Claire. With many years experience as a furniture maker, it was a one-off basin commission using concrete that left Andy with a thirst to discover more. Fast forward 3 years and we have The Poured Project, a fully fledged and independent supplier of bespoke concrete pieces.

Based in Knottingley, West Yorkshire, Andy and Claire’s studio supplies to the commercial and residential market. It handles the entire design process of this incredible and sustainable material, starting with the concept and then pouring concrete into the moulds. Specialising in sinks and worktops, there 7 colour options which are totally inline with the colours for 2019 and due to their process, almost any pigment colour can be achieved. I think I’m a little in love with their Crimson basin! You can see Andy and Claire’s full collection here.

Stunning stone basins by The Poured Project

Concrete basins by The Poured Project

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Stunning stone basins by The Poured Project

Stunning stone basins by The Poured Project

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