The WasteNot List

Furniture

Items include: office furniture, nursery furniture, lounge furniture, dining room furniture, bedroom furniture, outdoor furniture, stools, chairs, tables, cupboards, sofas, beds & mattresses, wardrobe, bookcase, shelves, cot, high chair

Sell or Donate

  1. You can donate your furniture to charities and charity shops. Some will collect the items for you.
  2. You can sell back your IKEA furniture.
  3. Furniture can be sold at car boot sales.
  4. Furniture can be sold via auction houses and in antique shops.
  5. You can sell your second hand goods through websites such as ebayFacebookPreloved and Gumtree.
  6. You can donate your unwanted items via websites such as FreecycleFreegle and Freeloved.

Buy or Receive

  1. You can buy second hand furniture from charity shops. Some charities have dedicated shops for furniture.
  2. Some charities supply those in need with pre-loved furniture.
  3. You can buy second hand furniture from IKEA.
  4. Second hand furniture can be bought at car boot sales, auction houses and antique shops.
  5. You can buy second hand goods through websites such as ebayFacebookPreloved and Gumtree.
  6. You can receive free items via websites such as FreecycleFreegle and Freeloved.

Repair

Recycle

Find your local recycling centre

Get Creative ~ Repurpose

Upcycle your old furniture – change the colour, add some accessories to transform it

How to upcycle and old wardrobe
How to upcycle your chairs

Waste

Fly tipping is illegal. If you have bulky waste either contact your council, take it to the local tip or pay a company to take it for you. Please make sure they are a reputable company.


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