Retro Reclaimed Furniture

If you’re creating a 1950s-style interior for your venue whilst simultaneously watching your carbon footprint, we have a range of reclaimed retro furniture perfect for adding a unique touch.

Offering a happy compromise between design and environmentally-friendly solutions, our unique selection of reclaimed retro furniture provides interiors with a retro 1950s look while using pre-loved materials together with the best quality of wood.

The styling of this furniture was the result of Europe feeling jubilant after World War II, with living standards improving and consumerism beginning to thrive. The result was production of contemporary designed furniture that had a number of influences from America. With the diner look becoming favourable, furniture design became sleek and bold, with fabrics and materials to reflect this. The diner style of furniture with chrome bar stools, Formica covered tables, contrasting colour and metallic features are regularly found on reclaimed 50s furniture. 

Here you will find a collection of our most recent reclaimed furniture, which may include tables, chairs, sideboards and other items that come into stock. Some items will be in original condition where other may have been refurbished where required. All of the pieces you’ll find here are crafted with only the finest materials. This makes our retro reclaimed furniture the ideal for any bar or restaurant seeking a retro mid-century look while making an environmentally friendly investment in their venue. 

If you’d like to find out more about our retro furniture, or if you’d like to place an order, please don’t hesitate to call our team where a member of staff will be happy to help with your enquiry.

Please note that all of the items which our ‘Retro Reclaimed’ section are sold on an ‘as is’ basis, and in some cases, may only be one-off pieces. Our team of experts study all pieces carefully and provide a statement as to the origin, age and condition. However, whilst we’re pretty confident in our estimates, it is ultimately a statement of opinion, not fact.