Who We Are
We are an award winning company based in Derbyshire, who specialise in making funky, functional, upcycled lights and furniture.
"We wholeheartedly approve of recycling, but we love upcycling".
Upcycling is the art of transforming unwanted items into something better and more beautiful,
it’s kinder to the environment than recycling and the only limitation is imagination!
What We Do
Upcycled Creative offer a multitude of lights, lamps and furniture to satisfy your needs for beautiful, striking décor whilst helping the environment… And it will give you truly unique products.
We design and produce lights and furniture for a range of people, from discerning individuals who love quality and uniqueness to restaurants, bars and cafes throughout the UK who are looking for the WOW factor.
Ambient bar and restaurant lighting is a must if you want your food, décor and atmosphere to be enjoyed by your customers. There’s nothing better than choosing a unique and original lamp or light fitting to make your bar, restaurant or café an interesting and fun place to be.
We may be a small company but we are perfectly formed and our commitment to customer service is something we are very proud of. We will work with you to deliver inspirational, eco-friendly, bang on trend lighting and furniture from design to production to installation.
Our products are handmade and we place the utmost importance on attention to detail at every stage and we wouldn’t send or deliver a product we weren’t proud of.
If you have an idea or an unusual item – give us a ring or drop us an email and set us a challenge...
What Is Upcycling?
Upcycling isn’t just the practice of transforming old materials into useable objects, it’s the process of breathing a new lease of life into well used and loved items to give them a new story and personality.
All this while at the same time creating something that is useful, functional and beautiful.
Recycling Vs Upcycling
Recycling is the process of taking waste, generally consumer materials – plastic, paper, metal or glass – breaking it down and turning it into a reusable product. Upcycling involves turning an unwanted product into a better quality product.
The big idea is that items made from recycled materials can be even more desirable than the original products, which can only be a good thing for sustainable production with environmental consciousness.
The Benefits Of Upcycling
The environmental benefits of upcycling are enormous. It doesn’t just help curb the shocking volume of discarded materials and waste finding its way into landfills each year, it also reduces the demand for the use of new or raw materials in production. A lower demand for these materials means a reduction in air pollution, water pollution, and greenhouse gas emissions, helping us conserve our precious global resources. Not bad!
The benefits of upcycling for both the designer and the customer are equally as impressive. This innovative method of material sourcing and production has formed an entirely new and thriving industry. This shift back to handmade artisanal craftsmanship is a breath of fresh air (no pun intended) after years of mass production across all major consumer industries.