Trending Upcycle Furniture Companies

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So what’s hot and trending in the business world today? Interior design and furniture infused with a regenerative mindset! If you’ve had a chance to read my book, I discuss this more in-depth, but, if you haven’t yet, I’ve highlighted a few companies that are making their mark by providing better solutions in order for us to create a more sustainable future.

Today, I want to give a shout-out to a few more companies worldwide that are pioneering in the new way we make and sell our goods. Thanks to their beautifully crafted home decor and furniture items, they are showing the world the elegant side of the trash to treasure concept!

Tanglewood Works: they have hand-painted, upcycled, and reinvented furniture. Not only do they have items for sale but also a section of supplies to engage in your own DIY projects around the house.

The Upcycle Company: they specialize in furniture transformation. Taking unwanted pieces and creating unique home accessories is their expertise! They have specialists waiting to offer a quote on your latest upcycle desire.

Tyretreasures: These folks love what they do! They make creative and fun furniture as well as household decor items. They even have urban gardening solutions that contribute to “a cleaner and greener Nepal.” Their designs are inspired by South Asian and Hindu elegance.

Vintup is located in the UK and combines vintage design with upcycled furniture and home accessories. They have staffed highly talented artists to create and reinvent works of art using old pieces of home furnishings. They have unique retro and mid-century styles available.

Companies are emerging from all over the globe to embrace the upcycling era and reinventing discarded items! It truly is a work of art that is contributing to a more responsible global society.

What inspires you to create a regenerative workspace and mindset? I’d love to hear more — comment below!

As an adventurous farm girl, I am a creator on a mission to build a better economy. I question our idea of trash and look for new ways to use our resources!