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  • Tracy Freese
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Minimalist Fashion - Upcycle with Rubble Designs
cable reel coffee table
Home of Wealth LOVES upcycling, but its a tough business model to come by because not a lot of entrepreneurs are focused on the concept. Today, we uncovered a fantastic example with the folks from Rubble Designs. The company may have taken root in a Melbourne garage but after only two years has launched into an entire eCommerce platform. Clearly the world can't get enough of Rubble's recycled, refurbished and reclaimed furniture design concepts.
We salvage materials with history and character to create unique pieces that often have a story of their own. Whether it be a section of bowling lane from the old Northcote Bowl or reclaimed red gum from a 100 year old shearing shed, each creation has genuine character and history. Pictured above is a coffee table made from a recycled electricity cable reel (the ones big telco providers have on the back of their trucks) with a base made from a recycled pallet.
With so many decor options to choose from, it is not difficult to want it all! Rubble Designs offers furniture from a variety of styles including:
  • Industrial
  • Shabby Chic
  • Retro
  • Vintage
  • French Provincial

Love reclaimed furniture but can't find exactly what you are looking for? Not a problem because Rubble Designs offers custom designs to fit  any style and budget! Rubble Designs now operates on a global level through their robust web platform but if you are able to drop into their expansive warehouse in Thomastown you are sure to be stunned by the amazing craftsmanship and huge selection of upcycled home decor. I really don't think I can say enough about this awesome company - folks, just check them out!

  • Tracy Freese
  • artcustomentrepreneurminimalist fashionminimalist lifestyleminimalist livingreclaimrecyclerepurposereuseupcyclevintage minimalism