Revive Joinery is a hand-crafted furniture and fixtures shop based in Lewes, East Sussex.
Revive Joinery is a hand crafted furniture & fixtures shop based in Lewes, East Sussex. Run by two Sussex born friends, Ed Gunter and Jon Neal, sustainability plays a huge role in each of our creations.
We formed our business with the sole purpose of turning sustainable materials into high-end unique furniture for your home. As you may have guessed from the name, sustainability and reclamation are at the core of our business ethos. With this in mind, we utilise a number of different mixed-materials to design and create beautifully handmade pieces.
Sustainability plays a huge role in the design of each creation. Even before a hand is laid upon a saw or planer, we visit our trusted arborists and sawmills for reclaimed and sustainable wood to set each project apart. This way each customer will be safe in the knowledge that their furniture is not only a piece of quality craftsmanship, but also helped play an important role in British reforestation and arboriculture.
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Unit 11, Knights Business Centre, Squires Farm Industrial Estate, Palehouse Common, East Sussex, TN22 5RB, GB
1. Cracking In The Wood
Our table tops are made from pieces of solid wood. Cracking is not common but it should be expected as the wood acclimatises to indoor conditions and breathes naturally, therefore contracting or expanding slightly depending on the time of year. New tables may develop these cracks at the ends and along the pieces as they acclimatise to indoor conditions. If you are unhappy with the condition of the cracks we will work with you to restore them professionally after the acclimatisation has finished (which depends on the time of year).
2. Natural Features
We select our timbers for their natural beauty, so you should expect knots and other natural features of the wood to be visible. These will be left in their natural state unless specifically asked to do otherwise by the table owner at the time of order.
4. Overall Table Width
Because the live-edge of a table undulates, the finished table width in a live edge table top may be +/-5% of the specified width at the time of order. Over time, the oak may also shrink slightly (up to 5%) across the grain, or width, of the table.
5. Gaps in Boards
Because of seasonal movement in wooden boards, due to their natural breathing throughout the year, gaps may develop between the boards. The table will maintain 100% of its strength and integrity.
6. Differences in Colour
Because we use 100% natural wood, differences in the colour of a board and between boards are to be expected, but we always aim to select timbers from the same tree to keep these natural variations to a minimum.
7. Colour Matching
Because of the individual nature of each board, we are unable to offer exact colour-matching in the finish of the table to an existing piece of furniture. We are happy to use a particular finish that we don’t offer as standard, just ask at the time of ordering for details.
8. Staining and Marking
The wood finish we use provides a level of protection against staining and marking, but even with the upmost care tables can mark and stain. So we advise using placemats and coasters 100% of the time to avoid this issue. If your table is accidentally marked or damaged we can help, so get in touch with some photos to find out your options.
9. Glass Specification
All glass supplied with our River Tables tables is 6mm toughened to European safety standard to prevent shattering. This means it is able to support any reasonable amount of weight from common indoor living room items, but extra care should be taken when removing or moving the glass as the edges can chip. Due to the bespoke nature of these tables, replacement glass cannot be provided so take care folks!
10. Table Legs and Bases
Our stainless steel legs and bases are finished with a coloured or clear powder coated (painted) table legs or bases can be chipped with impact from another object. Any damage should be repaired (touched-up) by a professional to avoid corrosion of the parent steel.
As of 25th May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaces the existing 1995 EU Data Protection Directive (European Directive 95/46/EC). Revive Joinery is fully compliant with new GDPR legislation ensuring that all of our customers data is kept safe and not shared. Our server systems store data within the United Kingdom and our Finance, Banking and Payment systems run by third party organisations are all compliant with the requirements of protecting data.
12. What To Do During Delivery.
When your furniture is delivered, it is essential for you to check your order over for any potential damage or defects. We ensure that our creations do not leave the workshop with any damage or defects, but we recommend checking for yourself after delivery and fitting as this is undertaken by a 3rd party.
Products which have been delivered and fitted are considered signed-off and accepted. In the unlikely event of a return needing to be made, we require the items to be totally unused and in suitable packaging for a return to be accepted.
12.2 Avoiding Heat Sources / Damp Conditions.
The products leave our workshop acclimated and levelled to a flat floor. Once in their final location, they should be stored in a dry place, away from all sources of heat and moisture.
12.3 For made to order items, we regret that due to their specific dimensions and finishes, we cannot accept refunds unless agreed.
12.4 Returning Items.
Please note that for orders that are simply undesired, Revive Joinery is not responsible for the fees involved in returning the order.
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