With a wealth of upcycled chairs and salvaged stools available to buy online across the UK, you can rely on Remade in Britain to sort your seating woes once and for all. With hundreds of talented upcyclers bringing you top quality repurposed furniture right at your fingertips, you'll find re-upholstered antique chairs, benches thrifted from reclaimed timber, deckchairs repurposed from weatherworn sails and eccentric armchairs reclaimed from vintage bathtubs!
Our online upcycled marketplace delves straight into the minds of Britain’s most talented designers, thrifters and upcyclers. With an abundance of inspirational ideas and one-of-a-kind creative products we can help you transform your home into an upcycled haven! At Remade in Britain you'll find unique upcycled chairs and stools in a range of exciting style with something to suit every interior – from retro art deco to shabby-chic country cottage, minimalist industrial to farmhouse vintage. Lie back in the comfort of a hand-painted rocking chair; host a kooky kids' tea party with cute and quirky personalised vintage chairs; or embrace eccentricity with upcycled chairs repurposed from wheelbarrows, bicycle saddles and shopping trolleys.
When you buy from Remade in Britain you're not only supporting small businesses, genius retailers and contemporary design – you're contributing to a sustainable future, because all the items on our site of been reclaimed and repurposed from renewable materials. Our designers upcycle the unwanted into the unbelievable using discarded furniture, industrial pallets and wood reclaimed from skips and building sites; renewing and renovating with the latest design techniques – including decoupage, reupholstery, stencilling and chalk painting. With retailers such as Max McMurdo and Harry Dwyer on board we can guarantee you unique, inspired creations to satisfy the most discerning upcycling enthusiast. So why don’t you join the biggest interior design trend of the century and find a fabulous footstool, a charming chaise longue or a thrifty throne for your home?