How to Create an Heirloom Using Reclaimed Materials
Custom upcycled furniture in Denver
There are family heirlooms that we pass down from generation to generation – treasures that come to us with a rich history and filled with memories. Typically, these pieces are unique in their design and creation – a one-of-a-kind piece that is worth saving and passing on. However, every heirloom must begin its journey somewhere, as a new piece of furniture. At Revampt, our furniture comes filled with history that you can build upon, creating truly special furniture. We take old materials that already come with a rich history and rethink their purpose. Our customized upcycled, reclaimed furniture is ready to be created and start its journey towards becoming a family heirloom.
Types of furniture we’ve created from reclaimed materials
- Dining tables
- Bar Stools
- Coffee Tables
- Side Tables
- Beds and Bedroom Furniture
Wood types and furniture bases for custom furniture
We take our wood from all types of sources. Using reclaimed wood allows us to spare the planet and prevent the perfectly good wood from ending up in landfills. Reclaimed wood, besides bringing a rich history to your custom piece of furniture, has also been weathered and dried, making it strong and durable. Perfect to create lifelong pieces that will stand the test of time.
Customize your furniture using old boxcar flooring, rough sawn timbers from urban reclamation projects, oak from a semi truck trailer, a Wyoming snow fence, or even a bowling alley. There’s no limit to where we can find our materials to create rustic, artistic, and unique pieces for our clients.
Inspiration for custom reclaimed furniture
In our LookBook, you will find examples of custom pieces that we have created in the past, as well as custom sketches that never came to be. Use this catalog as a source of inspiration for the piece you have in mind.
Nothing is out of the realm of possibilities, so if you’ve got an idea for a custom piece, we are always ready to help you turn it into a reality.