Green decor accents for your home
We know how important it is to do our part in taking care of the Planet. An essential contribution is to reutilize and to work with resources we already have in existence. That is why we sell home products and accessories fabricated from raw materials like bicycle wheels, tires, old machinery, antique bowling alley wood. Take a peek at some of the cool accents we offer to add a unique touch to your home.
Original accents for your home
This books shelf was made from reclaimed douglas fir from a cabin in Central City, Colorado. This piece can be customized to fit your specific dimensions and material preference.
Check out this cool chair made from discontinued street signs. The elegance and beauty of this design is that fact that no other materials are used, besides street signs, screws, and champagne corks for the feet. Different signs are used for each chair so the colors are endless!
This reclaimed bar piece is perfect for entertaining guests. It is a sleek piece to conceal all of your bartending needs. The interior has shelf space, as well as a shelf that slides out, to easily access whatever is stored in the back. This piece can be customized to fit your home.
The average American checks a clock eight times a day. You deserve something unique to look at! This stylish bamboo pendulum clock is made from old bicycle chain rings and recycled rubber. Other styles available.
RECLAIMED, RECYCLED, REPURPOSED GOODS
Revampt sells sensible, utilitarian and affordable home furnishings made from recycled materials. Everything we sell had a previous life and has been given new utility: unique designs on jewelry pieces made of reused materials, art pieces of furniture, the perfect touch to decor your home in a green way. Cool new products come in every week; recycled materials made into art and furniture. Find new home products that have been fabricated with materials from the most unsuspected places, making use of all materials that can be repurposed! Pay us a visit at Cherry Creek or The Stores at 9th.