Find ‘100 per cent original’ unique upcycled furniture unlike anything found on high street at Sheffield charity shop

This camper van themed chest of drawers is just one of a whole new range of ingeniously up-cycled furniture which is now on sale at one of the city’s charity store.

Thursday, 16th July 2020, 11:40 am
Updated Thursday, 16th July 2020, 11:49 am

The imaginative range of furniture transformations, which are for sale at homeles s charity Emmaus Sheffield’s popular Cadman Street second hand superstore, turn the everyday into something special.

The items are proving to be extremely popular with customers looking for a quirky approach to interior design.

" Our companions do all the work ourselves and use 100 per cent recycled materials to create some truly remarkable makeovers,” said Emmaus Deputy Manager Charley Fedorenko.

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A whole new range of ingeniously up-cycled furniture is now on sale at homeless charity Emmaus Sheffield’s popular Cadman Street second hand superstore.

“This is a project that fits in completely with the Emmaus ethos of sustainability and recycling and the items are selling very quickly.

“We are taking items of furniture that might not have make very much if they had been left untouched but after being given some TLC and a fresh approach to restoration they are proving very successful. They are all 100 per cent original and unlike anything you would find on the high street.”

Emmaus Sheffield is the drug and alcohol free project that provides a home, support and work for formerly homeless people in the city.

Through its Social Enterprise programme it aims to provide meaningful work for the people it supports – the Emmaus companions - to eventually become self-supporting once more.

Call 0114 2720677 between 10am to 2pm, Monday to Friday, to book a visit to the store. Visits are by appointment.

For more information about Emmaus Sheffield and its second hand superstore visit the Emmaus Sheffield website at www.emmaus-sheffield.org.uk.