We are in the process of making a few improvements to our house and so I have been thinking about decor and definitely want to include some upcycled interiors. We are having a bit of a change round of rooms. We are creating a new spare room so that we can have family to stay and instead of sharing a study with Mr S, I am going to be also using the spare room for my study for admin, studying, blogging, sewing and possibly some other creative projects. This means that I will have my own space to decorate as I like so the opportunity to make it look a bit different to the other rooms in the house. I love the idea of using upcycled interiors not only because it is more sustainable than buying new but also because I think they will give the room their own unique character. I am also on the look out for a colourful and comfy chair for the lounge and possibly some decoration for our new eating space (kitchen / diner)
I love this upcycled dresser from I Love Retro at Not on the High Street.
This reburbished 1950’s cocktail chair by Galapagos on Not on the High Street looks stunning and really comfy. The fabric is designed by British designer Parris Wakefield.
Irish Barn on Etsy has some lovely retro homeware pieces including this lovely vintage mirror.
Oxfam have a good selection of vintage curtains which you can browse on their website. I love these 1950’s waterlilly curtains!
This mid century chest of drawers from Upcycled Retro on Etsy is a fun way to add a bit of extra storage to a room.
I love the look of this Hyatt Canning Dining Table from Little Tree Furniture it would be amazing in my new eating area.
Would you consider upcycled interiors?
I hope you are well and enjoying the run up to Christmas! I am looking forward to a lovely relaxing break. What do you have planned over the festive season?
With warmest wishes