If, like me, you are a fan of beautiful furniture with a retro twist, you will love Little Red Industries' unique upcycled pieces.
Little Red Industries takes unloved and unwanted chairs, foot rests, side tables and more, completely revamping them into wonderful eye catching pieces using beautiful upholstery fabrics and a lot of elbow grease.
You may recognise the face behind Little Red Industries, Journalist Natasha Dickins. Natasha is the former editor of Australian Handyman magazine and DIY presenter on Network Ten's The Living Room.
When Natasha filmed an episode for Series One, she got to dig around in a viewer's garage to find a chair to make over on the show. This got her thinking about other households around the country, and the likelihood there are furniture pieces to be redesigned and revamped, no doubt sitting in garages collecting dust.
Six months ago, Natasha gathered up her tools, hired a workshop, and started focusing on her new venture, with her current designs listed on etsy.
Furniture pieces of Little Red Industries are vintage survivors that have stood the test of time. With a combination of unique finishes, beautiful fabrics and smart repairs, cobwebs are brushed away, and old furniture is given another chance for prime position in the family home.
Little Red Industries also builds original trestles tables and large menu chalkboards from recycled timber, and can source furniture to your needs.
Little Red Industries will soon have its own website, in the meantime you will find all designs listed on etsy. You can also follow the makeover process on Instagram.