A small but dedicated salvage team based in Christchurch, The Silvan started out life as an art gallery and café. When their building was lost in the 2011 earthquakes, the team came back fighting, shifting their focus to saving and repurposing beautiful timbers, hand salvaged from damaged buildings. Founders Debra and GT believe in minimising waste and reusing everything they can to make pieces that are practical, beautiful, and full of soul.
Southland dad and furniture maker Darren Scott has making in the blood. Growing up doing renovating and building, teaching himself his trade, and supplementing his learning with some on-point courses, he now produces beautiful wooden furniture and homewares with a philosophy of sustainability. … Read more »
These stunning coffee tables from DS Design are an elegant and practical addition to any living space…
What is the most important thing in the world? He tangata, he tangata, he tangata.
Auckland-based social enterprise Tat Upcycle has a kaupapa of supporting its community members through proactive, holistic recovery and respect for Papatuanuku Mother Earth. Started by Hone Pene and Walter Marsters, and now joined by Dalton Neho and Joe Moana, the organisation diverts waste from landfill and offers a positive pathway for those recovering from addiction.
Lovingly handcrafted in the Coromandel workshop of Whale Woodworks, these hexagonal units made in New Zealand pine are a super stylish wall feature to showcase your treasures.
Are you guilty of the sin of teacup-balancing on the nearest couch arm? Yeah, me too. There’s no excuse now…
Natasha Courtney came here from the UK in 2001, backpacking with a working holiday visa. “The first place I went to was Waiheke Island, thinking I’d stay for a few days, but I ended up staying there for 10 years.” After a brief stay in Nelson she now lives on the beautiful Coromandel Peninsula…
Is it a seat? Is it a table…?
Here at Felt we’re in love with the mid-century aesthetic, so we’ve picked out our favourite furniture inspired by this stylish design period.
It’s that time of year – when the place to be is the garden: plants to be planted, weeds to be weeded… never fear, we’ve got some crafty ideas to get your garden looking gorgeous this spring.