Make it last

Homeware & Furniture care and repair hub

We want to continue to challenge ourselves to make better choices, so we’re collaborating with like-minded organisations to help reduce our impact. We’ve partnered with the British Heart Foundation, helping to keep product out of landfill while raising money from donated furniture and homeware to support vital life-saving research.

We also want to promote a more mindful approach to your Oliver Bonas products, so across these pages you’ll find inspiration for ways to repair and care for your homeware and furniture pieces, so you can enjoy them for longer. After all, the most sustainable product is the one you already own.
Care StudioThe best way to take care of your homeware and furniture items to make them last.
Repair StudioMending guides and tips for refreshing wear and tear and getting the most out of your homeware items and furniture.
How to reuse your candle jars
Mindful ways to repair homeware
How to refresh wear and tear on furniture
ReuseGive a second home to your unwanted homeware and furniture and help raise funds for important research.

Oliver Bonas x British Heart Foundation

Bought a new piece of furniture? Why not donate your old one and help raise funds towards lifesaving research? We have teamed up with the British Heart Foundation to offer our customers a free furniture collection service for the pre-loved items you no longer need. Not only is this a quick and convenient way to offload unwanted furniture and homeware pieces, but all donations are sold to new homes to raise funds for research into heart and circulatory diseases.
RecycleHow to responsibly dispose of items that can no longer be used.
What can I recycle?If you cannot repair or reuse your textile and they are stained, damaged or at the end of their life in their current format, there are ways to ensure as little waste as possible goes to landfill. The Waste and Resources Action Plan (WRAP) have developed a handy Recycling Locator tool. Just enter your postcode and what you would like recycle and it will let you know whether it is possible and where to take it. It’s not just textiles, either – you'd be amazed how many things you can recycle locally.