Welcome to our gallery of eco-friendly signage, upcycled furniture, housewares and eco marketing tools crafted from reclaimed copper, recycled timber and other materials by craftsmen who feel passionate about design and the environment. We offer real sustainable furniture for indoor and outdoor use, for homes, schools and businesses and is designed mostly for mail order and easy assembly when necessary.  All our upcycled furniture has individual character and tactile quality.

The Environment page offers information on why our timber resources are so important.

Eco Teams please contact if you require advice about your project.

So much quality used timber and other materials are  discarded after a very short life but with its integrity intact. With good design and commitment to conservation David Meddings Design offers you an ethical alternative.
We use the latest water based lacquer for environmental and practical reasons, to ensure your furniture is safe and durable.


18 Responses to Home

  1. sabah says:

    is really nice to see someone making beautiful furniture whilst taking an ethical stance!

  2. We saw your work from IGreenSpot, checkout our little green marketplace, just in case you are interested, it’s free to join and list your products.

  3. I love your site and the furniture you do! I hope I can help you soon!


  4. Amy says:

    very creative furniture… !!

  5. Stan Beecham says:

    David quoted and costed a product to me of which he found he was out of stock. He made every effort to source the product from an external suppler in order to complete his supply to me. may I take this opportunity to thank him very much for his excellent service.

  6. George Meddings says:

    most creative and eco friendly, love what your doing.

  7. Richard says:

    Hi, how do the copper clad bolts operate please? Cannot see them on the (most
    impressive) bench

  8. D S Brown says:

    I have a ‘load’ of wood in my garage. It contains plywood, sheets of blockboard,hardboard and one inlaid leather top from an old desk.
    Rather than throw it in the ‘rubbish tip’ do you accept it for recycling. if not do you have any recommendations for firms that might just be interested.
    The one in Brighton says it is too far to come to the area of Maidstone.
    I look forward to your news.
    Regards, D S Brown

    • Hello D

      It is distance/logistics which is the criteria for waste recycling, unfeasible if its out of area. But what i suggest is to join your local Freegle which is solely a recycling group where you can offer your wood for collection.

  9. Hazel says:

    Have you ever considered about including a little
    bit more than just yoour articles? I mean, what you say is important and all.
    Nevertheless imagine if you added some great pictures or videos to give
    your possts more, “pop”! Your content is excellent but with pics and clips,
    this website could certainly be one of the greatest in its niche.
    Superb blog!

    • Thank you Hazel for your comments, and i know what is missing but at present I am so busy with orders the blog is resting. Plenty of content to putup but little time to do it properly.

  10. daz says:

    interesting and exciting site and very informative

  11. charlotte sullivan says:

    Could you tell me the measurement of this chair?

    • Hello Charlotte
      The adult version is

      Rocking chair disc dia 100 cms
      Inside width 50 cms
      Seat height 30 cms.
      Do not hesitate to request more info


  12. Zara H says:

    Thank you for my Mission Style house number plate. I absolutely LOVE it! I will even take it with me when we move house – it is such a stunning work of art.

  13. Bill says:

    What are the overall dimensions of the copper and oak house number sign in style C (with 4, 4 inch numbers) including the oak border?


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