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7 Silvana Wash Drum coffee table Here we have another unique upcycled piece from Max McMurdo’s Dragons’ Den-backed store. This unique coffee table is made from an old washing machine drum scrubbed up with eco products. It’s also fitted with an internal light, which gives it a cool utilitarian look by day and a mirror-ball disco-tastic feel by night. £350, www.reestore.com


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8 Selena Rose ‘Oli’ rug Award-winning designer-maker Selina Rose uses cutting-edge technology to create intricately cut felt home wares and bespoke interior surfaces for residential and contract interiors. All products are made from renewable and biodegradable 100 per cent wool felt and coloured using environmentally friendly dyes in her distinctive colour palette. With 14 colours available, this delightful rug is available in a square or round option. £450, www.selinarose.co.uk n


5 Saint Germain hemp wall covering Phillip Jeffries has produced natural textured wall coverings since 1976, long before it was chic to be ‘eco’. Handwoven hemp is laminated onto a coloured paper backing and brushed with a metallic wash for a unique sparkle, in six moody yet sophisticated colours. Prices on request, www.phillipjeffries.com


6 Aeroplane-wing desk Backed by Deborah Meadon and Theo Paphitas, designer Max McMurdo survived the Dragons’ Den and has gone global with his eco furniture. This stunning aluminium aeroplane wing desk is supported by stainless steel legs and is topped with toughened glass. Wing styles may vary so contact Reestore for an up-to- date stock of wings before ordering. £2,250, www.reestore.com


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