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Andrew Martin Furniture
The renowned Andrew Martin range draws upon an eclectic mix of nostalgia, culture and decades to form a unique blend of styles. A global brand noted for its quirky wallpapers, fabrics, furniture and home accessories, the company ideology is to surprise, stimulate and entertain.
Founded in 1978 by the British Interior Designer Martin Waller, the Andrew Martin brand and products are available in over 43 countries, with their flagship store being based in London.
Andrew Martin is a design staple for both residential interior designers and commercial designers alike, with their vintage, eccentric style appealing to many tastes and suiting perfectly both contemporary and traditional interiors.
The Andrew Martin brand is not only famous for its timeless fabrics, wallcoverings and furniture collections, it also publishes and hosts the prestigious Andrew Martin Design Awards each year, where leading interior designers compeat to win this highly acclaimed award for best interior project.
Here at Amersham Designs, we have an extensive collection of Andrew Martin furniture and fabrics, as well as a wide range of the super cool Andrew Martin wallpapers. If you are looking for something a little different then the Andrew Martin furniture range is for you, think antique style armchairs upholstered in Kilim, driftwood coffee tables, urban style side tables or how about a desk in the shape of a plane wing?!
Most definitely in keeping with the brands ethos for statement over subtlety, our range of Andrew Martin wallpapers and fabrics are bold and charismatic. We love the Andrew Martin wallpaper Emporer, great for kids rooms or you could just be a lover of penguins!
Browse and buy from our stunning selection of Andrew Martin furniture, fabrics and wallpaper online today at Amersham Designs. Mixing aesthetic diversity with quality design and materials, this globally recognised brand can be put to great use in any of your living spaces. Are you bold enough?