Brownrigg is regularly featured in print and online media – here are a selection of cuttings and quotes from the press and our wonderful clients.

Brownrigg merges centuries of antiques with a keen eye for the modern world; it is the ideal source for practical furniture that has spirit, timeless appeal, and relaxed finishes. Every one of our projects benefits from the unusual shapes and unexpected objects that we find within a bountiful inventory that is Brownrigg.

— Steven Gambrel, Interior Designer, USA

Brownrigg is built with a shrewd collector’s eye and a strong sense of both modernity and originality. Arranged without rules or commitment to particular style, it’s always a fascinating place to source from.

— Tom Morris, Morrisstudio

Jorge and David have created an eclectic and glamorous world at Brownrigg that celebrates the joy of mixing styles in a way that feels totally relaxed and instinctive. There’s a rich sense of dynamism and wit to their edit that makes finding pieces a real pleasure.

— Duncan Campbell, Campbell–Rey

Jorge has an incredibly good eye and knows just how to put things together in a witty and architectural way. He is always a definite ‘go-to’ and I’ve bought many things from him over the years.

— Ian Adam Smith, Ian Adam Smith Architects, UK

Brownrigg has become an indispensable resource for me. The always fanciful , eclectic and highly decorative inventory is expertly curated and of the best quality. As much as we designers strive to keep our favorite resources a secret , this place is just too good and has to be shared with the world. It most certainly sits high on my top 10 favorite dealers list in the UK.

— Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Interior Designer, USA

I recently fulfilled a childhood dream of buying a house in the Cotswolds. George from Brownrigg helped us enormously in selecting nearly all our interior furniture and ornaments. He made the entire process from selection to installation an absolute breeze. We could not have transformed our cottage from the wreck it was into the delight it now is without him.

— Paul Bangay OAM