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Repurposing Items: 10 Highly Useful Things At Home That Most People Throw Out

By Collette Taylor / 06/01/2022

We live in a time of disposable goods. Rather than reusing or repairing broken items, it’s often easier to discard and replace them. But did you know there are hundreds of domestic objects that can be given a new lease of life? If you’re looking to reduce waste, here are ten household items you can…

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The Benefits of Refurbishing Old Furniture vs. Replacing It

By Collette Taylor / 22/11/2021

Furniture is a necessary part of any home. When yours becomes tired, worn, or out of date, it might be tempting to replace it with something shiny and new. But furniture can also be something to love and cherish. Rather than replacing items that work but have lost their charm, why not consider upcycling or…

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Coastal Craftsmanship in Yorkshire Life Magazine

By Faith Young / 07/11/2021

We are so proud that Furniture Works is featured in the November 2021 edition of Yorkshire Life! Thank you to everyone involved with this. Yorkshire Life is the monthly glossy magazine that include features about all things Yorkshire. It is on the shelves now and as well as being able to read all about Furniture…

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6 Reasons Why You Should Bother Restoring Your Furniture

By Collette Taylor / 13/10/2021

It can be difficult to resist the urge to buy brand new furniture that fits your lifestyle. But if you feel a genuine attachment to an old sofa or you don’t want to send that well-made wardrobe to landfill, then furniture restoration could be the answer. The process of restoration could help you bring a…

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Community Fund For Furniture Works

By Faith Young / 29/09/2021

The Community Fund, funded by the National Lottery, is supporting Scarborough-based Futureworks NY with its remarkable upcycling furniture project, Furniture Works. Futureworks NY, which has its HQ in The Street, Scarborough has received the news which will help fund its Furniture Works project, which includes a retail outlet in St Thomas Street in the town.…

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