I have a passion to restore and re-use old and discarded furniture that were otherwise heading for the tip and our landfills.
We recycle 98%
of the furniture we rescue, putting it back into our community, sales helps to sustain us and our
local charity shops..........
Shabby2Chic CIC Furniture Rescue
not only puts the life and soul back into
unwanted, unloved furniture but puts the life and soul back into marginalised individuals in our community that need our support in a safe environment!
These individuals create their own designs onto our rescued furniture which is then delivered to our local Charity Shops, sustainable and raising revenue to support their causes such as Cancer Research - Age Uk Blackpool District -
EMMAUS Homeless Charity, Butterfly Group and many more shops.
Threw our aims in rescuing our environment and landfills we strive to supply more charity shops
to help them become more sustainable on our high streets.
Our training helps people in recovery from health problems,
Children in Care and many others in order to help increase self confidence,
encourage vocational skills, life skills and creativity.
If you are an
support organization looking for placement opportunities, please call to
arrange a meeting to discuss your needs.
We WILL make a difference
Chree Indian Prophecy
Only after the Last Tree has been cut down,
Only after the Last River has been poisoned,
Only after the Last Fish has been caught,
Only then will you find that Money cannot be Eaten
This Chair was donated to us and we used environmental friendly water based acrylic paint 'Antique White'
May we thank FDL Interiors of Broughton near Preston for their kind donation of Designer Fabric left over from one of their projects. Thank you x
Lovingly repaired and painted
well done young Kaly who joined us from the 'Princes Trust' for work experience and look how beautiful this turned out.
We are happy to announce that this has sold threw 'The Cancer Research Shop in St Annes, The Square opposite JR Taylors.
May we thank the kind people of St Annes for their support and encouragement.... and their donated unwanted wood furniture. THANK YOU