Top 5 Picks Round Up - Martin Brudnizki of MBDS

It has been a pleasure working with Martin Brudnizki on his Top 5 Picks.  We thought his responses in his interview was really interesting, you can read that again here.  We enjoyed sharing them last week – below is a round up in case you missed them.

Talisman – Unique Luke Edward Hall Hand Painted Cora Stool by Talisman Bespoke

“Last summer my friend Luke Edward Hall worked with Talisman to recreate their showroom. These stools brought a sense of fun and jollity to the room. I love their 1970s vibe and bright cerise tone.”

Guinevere – Verdure Tapestry of Country Scene

“Recently, I’ve been taken by using tapestries in residential spaces. I’m currently redesigning my apartment in New York and have a large tapestry in the living room. Were I to include one in my home in London, I think I’d be tempted by this. The colours are so rich and I love how it brings a new sense of tactility into a scheme.”

The Rug Company – Bayat Rug

“I’ve long admired rugs from The Rug Company; they’re beautifully made and I love the colour combinations they come up with. The Bayat rug is timeless and I like that they already have age and a story behind them. Their designs finely balance contemporary with classic style.”

Drummonds – Bestwood X Head 3 Hold Basin Mixer

“The Bestwood is the latest edition to my long-standing collaboration with Drummonds. These taps have been inspired by traditional hand tools and machinery parts. They’re classic and elegant whilst retaining a gritty edge.”

George Smith – Almack Sofa

“This is a bit of a biased pick but I designed the collection with George Smith back in 2017 and think it’s perfect for sitting back with a cocktail in hand. At the end of a long day, there’s nothing better than sitting back with a drink and chatting amongst friends in the comfort of the Almack Sofa.”

Thank you Martin for choosing a broad selection of members and products!  Thank you again for taking part in the Top 5 Picks.

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