So, just what is Industrial Rustic?
Industrial rustic furniture has it’s roots in the mid to late 1800’s with the poorer populations or working classes. They often made furniture as a means to trade or to raise cash. The style does have an association with the great depression in America, but the style has become very popular with modern day home makers.
The term rustic can refer to the perceived lack of craftmanship with the items of furniture, but this is also its appeal. Rustic furniture today mixes historical and contemporary styles and using reclaimed timber is becoming more and more popular. In fact, the use of recycled pallets to make furniture has taken the UK by storm.
Popular creations and designs for industrial rustic furniture are chairs, tables, and garden furniture. Plus, despite their uncrafted look, some of these items have a higher value than the more manufactured pieces of furniture that you’ll find in the furniture stores. An element of bespoke hand made craftmanship is quite sought after and so makes the pieces more valuable.
A lot of people are investing in this idea of creating rustic furniture, both as a hobby, for their own homes or as a viable small business. At Green Estate Recycling we have a depot in Sheffield that is full of reclaimed timber and pallets that can be bought at cost effective prices for your rustic furniture project.
Our reclaimed timber shop is on Manor Lane, Sheffield. It is open to the public from 10am to 4pm Wednesday through to Friday and from 9am to 4pm on Saturday.
So if you are searching for timber at cost effective prices or something more specific, please get in touch on 0114 2322 556, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call in to the shop and see what we have on offer.