About Me
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle - In Style!

I love furniture, ornaments and other pieces that have a history to them. Almost everything in my home has a story behind it: I have a coffee table made out of old fishing boats from Bali, a light fitting that was first used on a cruise ship in 1902 and a bedstead I put together myself from pieces of driftwood! Furniture like this adds beauty, texture and depth to any interior design scheme--and it's easier to find than you might imagine, too. I've started this blog to share my passion for reclaimed and recycled furniture with the world, and I hope you're able to learn something new and exciting here.

4 Tips for Caring for Cane and Wicker Furniture

28 November 2016
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Cane and wicker furniture are favourite pieces for outdoors, as they're very durable and water-resistant and work well with any type of patio décor or style of home. However, while these materials are durable, they're not indestructible. You should know how to care for them and make minor repairs as needed to ensure your pieces stay in good condition for as long as possible. Note a few tips for keeping your cane and wicker furniture in tiptop shape. Read More …

2 Major Factors to Consider When Maintaining Teak Chairs

15 September 2016
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Teak chairs are popular choices for both indoor and outdoor furniture, primarily because of the durability, strength, ant- and rot-resistance and smooth texture of teak wood. Such pieces can be fitted into most decorative themes and add character to a space. These qualities make teak furniture relatively expensive, which is why it's important to ensure you take proper care of them. Read on to find out how to do this throughout the life of your furniture. Read More …