Luxury interiors brand, Brennan & Burch, are launching their latest range of furniture, wallpapers, cushions and rugs. Their colourful illustrations and fantastical hand-drawn characters adorn their products creating recognisable thought provoking style that embodies the signature characteristics of Brennan & Burch.
2015 sees new up-cycled furniture consisting of a one-off Ercol 2 seater settee with Brennan & Burch’s Mad World fabric and a utility unique rocker arm chair upholstered in Let the Music Play Brennan & Burch fabric. There are also limited edition up-cycled foot stools with illustrations and repeat patterns.
Brennan & Burch co-founders Lisa & Majida have been friends since the 1980s when they met at school in Camden Town and were heavily influenced by street style, rockabillies, punk, casuals and acid house. They started their independent fashion brand specialising in limited edition streetwear in 2000 to celebrate popular culture. After 10 years of selling worldwide in stores such as La Foret Harajuku, Selfridges and Topshop, they have turned their efforts to the home and branched out into interiors where clients include Bouf, Hotel Pelirocco and Paul Smith.
The products produced by Brennan & Burch are fun, youthful and personify modern pop culture. If you are interested in art and want your home to reflect this; you love vintage or retro style; you are inspired by fashion and music subcultures; you like to express your individuality and you find it difficult to discover items you identify with strongly, then check out the fabulous new collection by Brennan & Burch.
In a market saturated by middle of the road designs, you can rely on Brennan & Burch to design bold interiors with a quirky edge that are sometimes odd but never dull. Each design will be a talking point; a focal point within a room that guests will love to love or indeed, love to hate. The wacky designs will divide opinion but it is lovely to come across a brand with a clear and bold signature style that’s they are proud of; after all, any reaction is better than none at all.