Furniture restoration business opens debut shop; to feature on TV

Independent furniture restoration business Urbn Nest has announced the opening of its first store and TV collaboration.

Urbn Nest, which was founded by couple Elliot and Dani Peters in November 2021, has opened its debut shop on Palace Road in Bedlington.

The store also includes a workshop and features “vibrant vintage and mid century furniture and décor”.

In addition, the business is also celebrating a new partnership with BBC TV show Money for Nothing, where it will become regular craftspeople on the programme after being scouted.

Commenting on the recent opening and TV slot, Urbn Nest said: “Come and have a nosey around our new showroom space, filled with loads of vibrant vintage and mid century furniture and décor. With our unique “open kitchen” layout, you’ll be able to see behind the scenes in our new workshop where all the magic happens.

“You’ll also be able to browse and preorder our future stock for refurbishment and even customise fabrics and finish to perfect your look. There’s free parking nearby, and buses stop right outside.

“We’re also so excited to announce we’ve commenced filming for BBC’s Money for Nothing. It’s a show we’ve watched since it began years ago, and a show that has helped changed the nation’s attitude towards throwaway culture. We’ve come a long way and just can’t wait to see what else the future holds for us.”

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