Need some furniture? Think outside the box!
Before you run off to the store, wait and look around a bit.
By re utilizing or reclaiming items that would otherwise be garbage in many cases, you are not only doing a favor to the environment, you are saving money and you have the ability to create something really unique. So do not rush to the store just yet, look around go to your buildings basement, raid your mom’s attic, visit the junkyard! And see if you find something you can bring to life once more and give it a whole new purpose.
Need extra seating spaces for your living room or even bedroom?
Old suitcases and some imagination can give a light and portable chair.
Want to go the extra mile and be a truly Hardcore Reclaimer!?
Old bikes, wine bottles, plant pots, wood, barbed wire you name it!
For a kids room
Or for us bigger kids who still like very cool bright objects. You can use old tool boxes with a brand new coat of paint. It is perfect for stashing toys, action figures, building blocks, the ants from the ant farm that broke!
Crates lying around? Round em up and make a coffee table!
The sky is the limit. Want some fresh ideas come by our store where you can get a grasp of why we love reclaimed fine furniture creations. Fell in love with one our pieces? Excellent let us know which one you like and we can tell all about it and what it used to be.
Revampt’s reclaimed home furnishings
Daniel Louis decided to take a different approach to the green revolution. Instead of focusing broadly on the ever increasing number of “eco-friendly” products, Daniel has chosen to focus on products made from resources already in existence.
Our reclaimed home furnishings are individually selected for their utility, creativity, and unique re-purposed nature.
Our incredible home products are fabricated from the most unsuspecting raw materials; bicycle wheels, sails, tires, dilapidated machinery, and more. Please check back soon for more details as we continue to hand pick these one-of-a-kind reclaimed goods!
REVAMPT IS LOCATED ON THE CORNER OF THIRD AVENUE AND COLUMBINE STREET IN CHERRY CREEK NORTH.