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The Reclaimers – Factory Twenty One

Posted on Nov 16, 2014 by

We meet four British designers who are recycling and reusing, helping us reduce our carbon footprint and raising the style stakes at the same time. From salvaged metals, reclaimed timber and vintage treasures come contemporary industrial creations and timeless quirky designs. These reappropriated pieces are part of an increasingly popular aesthetic and answer a common call for distinctly individual homeware and interiors.

All hail, the reclaimers.

This feature was taken from the launch issue of Warehouse Home.
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Christopher Berry, Factory Twenty One

Christopher Berry, Factory Twenty One
Image courtesy of factorytwentyone.co.uk

Christopher Berry is passionate about creating original and affordable decorative pieces. With a degree in furniture and product design and a fascination with medieval furniture, Christopher combines modern processes and traditional techniques to craft a collection of beautiful and practical wooden items. Christopher also places great importance on the fact that the Factory Twenty One collection uses sustainable or recycled wood. The majority of
the collection is handcrafted from reclaimed industrial pallets – including coloured pallet pendant shades and the planter and clock featured here, launching exclusively in Warehouse Home.

Hanging clock, £39.99, Factory Twenty One

Hanging clock, Factory Twenty One

Hanging clock, Factory Twenty One
Image courtesy of factorytwentyone.co.uk

Sole hanging wall planter, £19.99, Factory Twenty One

Sole hanging wall planter, Factory Twenty One

Sole hanging wall planter, Factory Twenty One
Image courtesy of factorytwentyone.co.uk

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