Slow Furniture Movement

Slow furniture is a movement established by journalist Melanie Cable-Alexander, who has been described by the Sunday Times as a pioneer in changing the concept of the word craft.

Inspired by the Slow Food movement created when the first McDonalds arrived in Italy, Melanie founded Slow Furniture to show it takes time, love and skill to make a truly beautiful bespoke object that will last not just one lifetime but several generations.

The movement is also a way of preserving many traditional British skills which are in danger of dying out, thanks to a lust for fast, flat-packed cheap furniture and competition from abroad.

If you are interested in supporting the movement or becoming a member, please contact us.

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