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Our recycled pieces come together to create a range of salvaged products which are given a new lease of life. Running across fashion and homeware, we’re doing our bit to recycle, reuse and re-love.

Stuck on making a decision? Let our Editors guide the way through as they handpick their favourite pieces.

The Recycled Denim Pouffe

With the aim of reducing waste, we set out this season to incorporate more recycled products into our homeware collection. Our recycled denim pouffe is a firm favourite. Unwanted jeans are given a new lease of life as they’re cut into strips before being transformed into our pouffe.

The Recycled Glasses

Each piece of French Connection Home glassware is lovingly made from recycled glass. From luxe champagne flutes to must-have statement vases, each piece is hand-crafted from salvaged glass with the aim of reducing waste.

The Recycled Denim Throw

A bright colour and a rustic, undone aesthetic make the Recyled Denim Throw a statement accessory for your living space or master bedroom. The cotton throw features distressing and a tassel edge trim for added texture. Its eco-friendly lightwash denim construction makes for an eye-catching and versatile piece.

Recycled Denim & Hemp

Our diagonal rug made from recycled denim and natural jute promises to provide your home with a unique update. As equally stylish as it is environmentally friendly, this rug promises to be a talking piece amongst guests in your home.

Doing Good Mango Wood

Crafted from reclaimed mango wood, the Angled Mango Side Table has a unique, striking design. The rustic wood differs in colour and pattern making each table unique, with soft markings creating beautiful patterns on the small table. Plus, for every mango wood tree that is used to lovingly make this piece, another one is planted.

Plastic bottles are given a new lease of life

Handmade from recycled plastic bottles and boasting a deliberate aged-worn appearance for a rustic look, this bohemian rug is the perfect update to any room.


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