Stewkley, Leighton Buzzard,

Bedfordshire

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Furniture Upcycling & Bespoke Creations

We absolutely love undertaking projects for our customers, whether its giving a piece of furniture a new lease of life or creating a bespoke piece of furniture or homeware that you can't find 'off the shelf'.  We are always happy to have a chat about what you are looking for to see if its something we can help with so contact us now.  Check out some of our bespoke and furniture upcycling projects below.

Some of Our Bespoke Creations

If there is a piece of bespoke furniture or homeware you are interested in us creating, or even if you have an idea your not sure how to make reality, get in touch, we would love to chat.

Some of Our Upcycling Projects

Bed Frame Upcycle

Project - To upcycle a wooden bed frame to give it a new lease of life and fit it with the customers bedroom decor after moving house.

What We did - After giving the bed frame a base coat we finished it with a pink Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.  To give it a really unique look, we also decoupaged the end panels and then gave the bed a wax to give it a layer of protection.

Desk Sourcing & Upcycle

Project - Following the upcycling of their bed we were asked if we could source an old style school desk with flip lid to make a matching dressing table.

What We did - After sourcing the desk and stool we sealed both pieces before applying Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. We decoupaged the side panels and the inside of the desk with the same pattern as the bed to produce a lovely matching piece of furniture.  We attached a mirror to the underside of the lid and finished it off with our clients initials on the stool to give it an extra personal touch. 

Pine Corner Unit Upcycle

Project - To upcycle an old, dated and damaged pine corner unit.​

What We did - As the bottom decorative moulding of the unit was damaged we removed and replaced this.  We then gave the unit a thorough clean and used a sealer to ensure no bleed through once the the top coat was applied.  It was then given two coats of Annie Sloan Chalk paint and the back panel was decoupaged with a lovely pattern.

If you have a piece of furniture or an item of homeware you are keen to give a new lease of life, please get in touch for a no obligation chat about how we can help.