Tag: Reclaimed Furniture

How to create a trough garden

Reclaimed troughs can be turned into attractive, raised flower beds that add interest and variety to the garden. When planting in a trough, it is easy to create the exact conditions preferred by your plants of choice without affecting the rest of your garden. Alpine and rock plants are a popular choice as troughs provide…




How to care for reclaimed metal garden furniture

Reclaimed metal garden furniture not only looks elegant, it is also sturdy and long-lasting, making it a highly cost-effective investment. Often made from aluminium, steel, or iron, metal garden furniture is great at withstanding the weather as well as the test of time. Its excellent longevity makes it both a cost-effective and environmentally friendly addition…




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…




Spring Landscaping Materials You Can Find at Beeston Reclamation

Spring is nearly upon us and it’s time to start thinking about tidying up the garden and making the most of those first spring flowers. As the weather turns milder and the days longer, landscaping projects will start to look more appealing and at Beeston Reclamation we have a large selection of salvaged items ready…




How to Source the Salvage for Your Building Project?

With so many places to look, it can be hard to and sometimes bewildering to source the right architectural salvage you need for your project. Then there is the scale of the project to think about. One recent building development project in Manchester managed to recycle, 96% of the material gained from the demolition of…




Creative Ways to Use Architectural Salvage for Your Business Premises

Reclamation yards up and down the country provide absolute treasure troves of old building materials and items recovered following the demolition of properties. Such is the quality of some salvaged materials, they can soon be restored and put to a new purpose elsewhere. While salvaged materials may not be suitable for every business, they can…




Introducing The Biedermeier Pine Dresser

If you are looking for a pine dresser then why not consider the latest antique arrival to Beeston Reclamation. The Biedermeier Pine Dresser can be put to a variety of uses and would be the perfect addition to a period style kitchen. If you are wondering what ‘Biedermeier’ refers to, it actually has an interesting…




How Do You Sell Antique Furniture?

Selling antique furniture is not as simple as it sounds. You may have something buried in your attic for example you think holds a bit of value and when you sell that cash can then be put to good use. Unfortunately, it is often the case that you will either get less money for the…




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…