Category: Reclaimed Furniture

5 period features you can buy reclaimed when restoring a period property

Buying reclaimed is the perfect way to acquire genuine period features for restoring your period home to its former glory. In their original state, most period properties featured ornate detailing and an elegant style that just can’t be replicated with modern features. Buying reclaimed period features can help to restore your period property to its…




Why choose a reclaimed cast iron fireplace?

Elegant, ornate, and bold, a cast iron fireplace can bring any interior to life. As well as being a stunning feature focal point, a cast iron fireplace is also a powerful source of heat, creating a warm and cosy environment. Here are six reasons why a cast iron fireplace is an excellent investment for your…




Environmental benefits of reclaimed furniture

Reclaimed furniture offers an attractive and sustainable alternative to buying new. Cheap, mass-produced products have been in the spotlight recently, as awareness grows about the negative effect they have on the environment. As well as allowing you to pick up unique, high quality items at a fraction of the cost of buying them new, reclaimed…




Young People Increasingly Drawn to Antique Furniture

More and more young people or ‘millennials’ as they are often classed are looking to buy antique furniture rather than opting for cheap furniture bought from stores such as IKEA. Furniture bought from stores such as IKEA is sometimes referred to as ‘fast furniture’ due to its cheap price and easy flatpack assembly kits. There…




What’s It Worth? How Do You Estimate the Value of An Antique?

TV programmes such as The Antiques Roadshow often feature people bringing in their antiques for expert valuations that often end with people being surprised at how much their items are worth. With desirable old items it is often easy to estimate the item is going to be worth a bit of money but what about…




Divorced and Married Furniture

Talk of separation is certainly in the news at the moment with Britain set to leave the EU but have you ever heard of furniture being married or divorced? You will if you have knowledge of the antiques furniture trade where the two are quite common. So, what is meant by furniture being divorced or…




How to Make Good Use of Reclaimed Items in Your Home

Reclamation yards offer so much more than building materials. They are places that help fire the imagination with so many items available that can be put to new uses in the home. Whether you are seeking items for an interior design project or looking for garden features, a reclamation yard can yield some exciting new…




Combining Reclaimed with Contemporary Home Furnishings

Combining contemporary and reclaimed items in the home is all about creating the right balance between old and new. If you fill your house with too many reclaimed items or antiques it can end up looking more like a museum than a house. Most interior designers will add just a few antique items to a…




What Will You Find At Beeston Reclamation This October?

Yes, we are now in the middle of autumn and the dark nights and shorter days are now upon us and we look ahead to those chilly winter nights. October is the time of year when our focus is geared toward the indoors rather than the outdoors even if we have had a few flashes…




Struggling for Gift Ideas?

Everyone has that family member or friend who is difficult to buy for. This makes life even tougher if you live in a town where half the shops have closed down on the high street and most of the stores that are still open offer limited choice. But fear not, you might find something at…