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Upcycled Anthousai Floral Bedside Table /Small Chest of Drawers

Anthousai Floral Bedside Table /Small Chest of Drawers

Our spotlight piece this week is an enchanting upcycled bedside table shrouded with vintage floral fabric. This is truly a unique piece of furniture and an upcycled beauty to behold.  The item is made of solid wood and swathed in vintage fabric, carefully selected from local markets and fairs. The elegant lace and ribbon material combined with brass handles and painted feet, make this recycled item a magnificent piece of furniture to grace any character bedroom.

Bed Side Table Upcycled Reclaimed

This stylish decorative item has been recommended to hold a piece of glass atop to protect the fabric; this will also provide an additional feature and a flat surface to occupy smaller items. The glass can be supplied for an additional £15.

This spotlight piece and many other stunning samples can be found at Cotton Creates; a hand-crafted and show-stopping selection of unique and upcycled items lovingly restored to be invited into a warm welcoming home.

This ethical furniture business is based in East London and run by Hazel Cotton. Cotton Create’s philosophy aims to create memorable one off pieces of art from items found at vintage fairs, charity shops and other locations where hidden treasures are waiting to be found.

The idea to remember here is that no two designs are the same, so you will know the item you integrate into your home will be a true original. All furniture is quality solid wood that has been previously owned, meaning some imperfections may be apparent – but isn’t that the beauty of these unique and original pieces, they all have a story to tell?

Cotton Creates pride themselves on transforming disregarded pieces of furniture into show-stopping masterpieces, so if you’d like to find out more about this spotlight piece or their delightful range of upcycled gems, visit or call 07545451267.


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