An Evening With MADE.com

An Evening With Made.com

An Evening With MADE.com

MADE.com.  A supper club.  A match made in interior heaven?  I think so.  When the invite landed in my inbox weeks ago to attend an evening with MADE.com, I was so excited to attend.  I frequently lust over their products online.  I’ve also been clearly living under a rock, as I’d never heard of Redbrick Mill, where the evening would be held.  Redbrick Mill is a department store for furniture and when Ellenor and I walked in, our jaws dropped.  The place is insane.  There are over 40 brands housed over four floors, with the top floor being exclusive to MADE.com.

Missguided Teddy Bear Coat

Coat: Missguided
Jumper: Reiss (Similar)
Shoes: 4th & Reckless
Jeans: River Island

We were greeted by the lovely ladies from MADE and Redbrick and shown up to the top floor.  We were handed a glass of bubbly then Ellenor and I went off to explore.  You’ll notice in the photograph above that there are tickets on each of the products.  Strange?  Not at all – you can use one of their tablets to scan each of the tags, creating your own personal wishlist as you shop.  I’m planning on heading back just to have a play!

An Evening With Made.com

After much chatter and exploring, we were sat at the beautifully dressed dinner table.  Everything from MADE.com, obviously.  We were fawning over the glassware, which is from their basic range (can you believe it!?).  As well as the rose gold cutlery.  Now I must warn you that this is a picture heavy post and you may induce hunger!

An Evening With Made.com

Grape and Grain catered the evening, and the food was incredible.  We started with a salad of watermelon carpaccio, which was served with Pinot Grigio.  This was followed by Mason’s Yorkshire gin cured salmon with pea pikelet, tonic gel, cucumber and flowers, served with Chardonnay.

An Evening With Made.com

The main course was Nidderdale lamb rack Rogan Josh, with green lentil dhal, cardamom carrot, grelot onion and coriander chutney.  It was absolutely divine and served with Pinot Noir.

An Evening With Made.com

You may have seen dessert on several of the attendees Instagram stories.  We all tried to capture the perfect boomerang as we smashed our Yorkshire rhubarb and white chocolate spheres.  Dessert was served with Zinfandel Rose.  Our evening was finished with Yorkshire profiterole Petit Fours and ‘The White Rose’ cocktail.

I had a wonderful evening with MADE.com.  Redbrick Mill is just fabulous and the food was incredible.  We weren’t asked to write about the evening, but it was just too good not to share with you all.  Thank you for a wonderful evening MADE.com.

Lauren xx

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2 Comments

    • by Lauren Jane
      December 20, 2017 / 10:26 am

      It was amazing, can we do it all over again? x

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