Furniture Upcyling

Has this lock-down period made us more creative? Are we more aware and focused on our overall wellbeing? It must be one of the positive outcomes of this extraordinary year 2020.

Being constrained to our homes has spurred many into action to get started on that long awaited to-do-list, to make our surroundings more comfortable and a joy to be in. 

There are many easy ways to make small changes to our surroundings to do just that; from changing the layout in our rooms to create a new look, or to add new accents in a room, for example, new art work, lighting or changing soft furnishings. 

Another creative way is to upcycle an existing furniture piece into something new. There is no limit to what you can create and by re-using an existing product you will also be doing your bit for our planet by reducing waste.

We have been huge fans of Annie Sloan for many years and stock her products at our showroom. Have a look at their website at which bursts with inspiration to get your creative ideas flowing!

Upcycled sideboard using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.

Join one of our furniture workshops to get you started. It is a fun way to share ideas and also learn a new skill! Details of all workshops are on our website at

We can't wait to see you!