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Woollen fabrics from Moon Furnishings
Moon Furnishings
Netherfield Mills, Guiseley, Leeds, LS20 9PA
phone: 01943 884713
Founded in 1837, Moon has been manufacturing fine woollen fabrics for over 175 years and is the last fully vertical woollen mill left in England. Our collections of Lambswool and Pure New Wool furnishing fabrics are ideal for upholstery, curtains and interior accessories.
 
We pride ourselves on a balance between modern, innovative design and traditional craft.
 
basketbasket
BasketBasket
Cranford Drive, Holybourne, Alton, Hants GU34 4HJ
phone: 01420 85112
BasketBasket is a family-run business in Hampshire. Having developed a love of baskets while living in France, founder Virginia Seeckts found it frustrating when she returned to the UK that she couldn't find lovely baskets here. So she launched BasketBasket in 2008 selling fairly traded natural baskets – a truly eco-friendly alternative to the plastic shopping bag.
 
Our baskets are handmade from sustainable grasses and other plants by talented artisans from family-run businesses in Morocco, Ghana and Madagascar. We pay fair trade prices, providing work for local people and preserving skills for future generations. We use eco-friendly packing and there are no plastics used anywhere in our natural baskets. 
 
We import mainly via road and sea, but to offset our carbon we are members of the Woodland Trust which creates new woods throughout the UK.
Johnson Tiles
Harewood Street, Tunstall, Stoke on Trent, ST6 5JZ
phone: 01782 575575
Toghal kitchen lines are beautifully made and feature vibrant African-inspired textiles
Toghal
3 Boyne Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN4 8EN
phone: 01892 710614

Toghal is for everyone who loves the intricate and masterful patterns you find in textiles from African countries, with their rich and fascinating heritage. Founder Dayo Forster has updated a range of African designs and Toghal uses natural sustainable materials such as canvas, parchment, hopsack and hemp. You'll find exuberant kitchen linens including tablecloths, runners, napkins and oven gloves; and well as furniture and accessories such as cushions.

SofaSofa
SofaSofa
Viaduct Works, Crumlin, South Wales, NP11 3PL
phone: 01459 244226
SofaSofa offers an extensive range of timeless and stylish British-made leather and fabric sofas, sofabeds, armchairs and footstools. All our furniture comes with a five-year guarantee, 21-day returns and fast UK delivery.
 
Unlike much of the furniture sold in the UK today, SofaSofa refuses to supply cheap, imported furniture, rather we insist on manufacture in the UK, thereby ensuring the highest standard of quality control. By manufacturing in-house, we maintain a strict control over parts and workmanship and also minimise our environmental impact. 
 
We use non-tropical hardwood for our frames and we comply fully with all EU environmental legislation.
 
Sealey Furniture is based in Leicestershire and make wood furniture
Sealey Furniture
33 High Street, Lutterworth, Leicestershire, LE17 4AY
phone: 01455 556403

Led by skilled furniture maker Keith Sealey, we make beautiful bespoke wooden furniture, both fitted and free-standing here in our Lutterworth workshops. We make bespoke kitchens, bathrooms, home offices, storage units and individual pieces of furniture such as desks or chests of drawers. We use only FSC-certified woods such as European oak and US black walnut. We work with you to achieve exactly you want and we do all the installation work ourselves. 

Chandelier made from old kitchen utensils by Madeleine Boulesteix
Madeleine Boulesteix
Madeleine is based in South London and South Devon
I’ve been making chandeliers using recycled materials for over 20 years. It started after finding 40 faceted glass drops in some rubbish. I wanted to make myself a chandelier that looked opulent but was made from humble objects. I found metal kitchen items for the structure at car boot sales and scrap yards. They seem nice jaunty objects with more potential so I liberate them from their domestic duties by incorporating them into my chandeliers. I love thrift and the challenge of re-using. 
Victorian kitchen dresser upcycled in shabby chic style
The Treasure Trove
Unit 4 Mine Pit Wood, Little Dernwood Farm, Dern Lane, Waldron East Sussex TN21 0PN (*by appointment only)
phone: 01323 488049
The Treasure Trove is an online shabby chic and vintage furniture store based in East Sussex. We source our furniture from all over the Sussex area and further afield, searching for time-worn or faded items that need The Treasure Trove’s restoring touch. All our furniture is lovingly hand- painted and transformed into unique statement pieces for your home.
  
We stock many items including wardrobes, chest of drawers, dining sets, kitchen dressers, bookcases, dressing tables, sideboards and much more. Our furniture comes with FREE UK DELIVERY and pieces are shipped by local courier directly to your door. For further information please do visit our website.
Driftwood mirror handmade by Wayne Willetts at Surf Mirrors
Surf Mirrors
Hawthorn Farm Buildings, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 7AB
phone: 07977 599526

Wayne Willetts is a Dorset-based designer-maker who specialises in beautiful driftwood mirrors and surfboard mirrors..which of course it's not advisable to try to surf on.

Wayne spends the winter gathering pieces of driftwood from beaches around Britain and transforms it into characterful mirrors and pieces of furniture and lighting for people who want their wood to look like wood and to have had minimal impact on the environment. Wayne's driftwood mirrors do evoke a sense of the sea and they work equally well in modern and traditional settings. Commission a unique piece for your sitting room, dining room or bedroom.

Clients can request whatever size of mirror they would like up to a width of 9ft.

Keep bins out of sight with this wooden bin hide from British Bins
BritishBins
4a Sydenham Avenue, Sydenham, London SE26 6UH
phone: 020 8776 8957
BritishBins was born out of the need to supply good quality wheelie bins which are excellent value for money. Since then, we have increased our product range to include lots of complementary products that not only help you manage waste but also make it easy to recycle.
 
We're always on the lookout for environmentally-friendly ways to help you reduce, re-use and recycle. Currently we sell kitchen caddies to collect food waste, desktop battery bins, use FSC-certified timber for our wheelie bin enclosures and sell portable crushers for plastic bottles and drink cans to increase space in recycling bins.
 
Many people think bins just come in one size, shape and colour; but through our website we hope to prove you wrong. We are confident you'll find something that you need, and which will help towards building a circular economy.
 
For any questions we're just a phone-call away!
 
Pictured above: FSC timber garden bin enclosure.
 

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