Reclaimed room … If you want an original room then opt for reclaimed pieces because each one will be unique. You’ll also be helping to reduce waste and in return you’ll enjoy something with history and ascetically pleasing qualities. For simple storage take a look at the traditional bureau style High Shore Cabinet which has been crafted from reclaimed materials and handmade in the UK by Hendzel+Hunt exclusively for Folklore. The Reclaimed Boat Coffee Table is a limited edition piece crafted from reclaimed wood of a 1900 Dutch fishing boat which has wonderful weathered look, from Anthropologie. Add a dash of humour with the Something’s Afoot Chair, Designed by Leslie Oschmann which has been inspired by reclaimed, creatively altered pieces discovered at European markets. It’s made from Mango wood with a painted antique finish and is available from Anthropologie. Relax back in the Unique Patchwork Wing Back Chair which has been hand upholstered in the UK by a skilled artisan using remnants of fabric, from Uniche Interior Furnishings. Add a splash of colour with a Denim Patchwork Rug, made from recycled denim from Anthropologie. Adorn your walls with the Otentic Reclaimed Wood Tree which has been handmade by skilled crafts people in Rajasthan, from Homage. Shed some light on your original room with the Box Pendant utilitarian handmade cardboard lamp from Folklore. Credits: text by Homegirl London, images courtesy of Folklore, Anthropologie, Uniche Interior Furnishings and Homage.
High Shore Cabinet, £2,950,
Reclaimed Boat Coffee Table, £420,
Something’s Afoot Chair, £268,
Unique Patchwork Wing Back Chair, £850,
Denim Patchwork Rug, £548,
Otentic Reclaimed Wood Decorative Tree, £65,
Box Pendant, £255,