This British furniture and fabric house is known for its boho chic and statement pieces, but founder Martin Waller’s inspirations also come from far beyond England’s green fields. With its black leather and polished chrome, the Cadillac chair is a tribute to the storied American car brand, while the linear Oklahoma seat is a nod toward Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie style. But the crowning piece? The Gund chair, of course, upholstered in a denim version of the Union Jack.
Founded in 1978, U.K.-based company Andrew Martin consistently produces designs that are classic with a twist, with plenty of sophistication and a dash of glamour, to boot. The company’s co-founder and president, Martin Waller — a self-described nomad — is inspired at every turn by global travel to cultures near and far. That worldly quality comes through in these personality-filled (and expertly crafted) furnishings and accents. For more insight into Waller’s personality, design ethos — and the importance of choosing the right paint — check out our blog at: gilt.com/blog/category/home/