Hillcross Furniture | Blog
As part of our continued commitment to becoming more sustainable, and as part of our corporate social responsibility we are always looking at ways to help communities and find new use for products that have reached the end of use in their current venues, rather than sending them to scrap.
Stylish choices such as feature chairs, which are large and often requiring a certain level of investment, can be pushed out of interior projects. Here we discuss why feature chairs hold their value in terms of style and substance and why their true value should not be overlooked.
Since 2018, local homelessness charity Emmaus North East has been the recipient of furniture donations from Hill Cross Furniture, helping to keep their workshop well stocked. Emmaus North East supports 13 formerly homeless people by giving them a home, meaningful work in a social enterprise and an opportunity to regain lost self-esteem to help rebuild their lives. Hill Cross Furniture, a family-run business based on a working farm in North Yorkshire were founded to fulfil the growing demand of supplying high quality, made to measure furniture to the hospitality, healthcare... Read More
Some of the Hill Cross team enjoyed a fantastic night at the Food Made Good awards on the 5th of November. As the first contract furniture supplier to partner with the SRA (Sustainable Restaurant Association) we were keen to attend the event and meet like-minded individuals and companies within the restaurant market place. We were delighted to bring Nicola Lindsell and Nicola Keenan from Boxx Creative – ‘Consciously Creative’ designers who specialise in sustainable and environmentally friendly interior design. It was great to see one of our clients – Nandos,... Read More