Re:work Furnishings Expanding into Larger Location
After less than two years operating out of a 2,000 square foot workshop just south of Grandview Heights, Re:work Furnishings is making the move to a much larger 10,000 square foot space just north of Grandview Heights. Husband-and-wife duo Alex and Lindsay Remley officially announced the move today, providing details about about that the news means for their business.
“This is exciting and humbling,” said Alex. “Columbus has so many talented, creative people doing cool shit. We’re honored to count many of them as partners — and to be pushing the envelope with them.”
The company has grown rapidly along with the rapid rise in the trend of reutilizing reclaimed barn wood for new furniture and decor, turning discarded lumber into popular items built for both homes and offices. In addition to residential clients, Re:work has created pieces for businesses including Homage, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, Abercrombie & Fitch, Giant Eagle and Watershed Kitchen & Bar.
“We are overwhelmed by Columbus’ support,” added Lindsay. “We are excited that customers share our passion for high-quality, sustainable pieces.”
Re:work originally launched as a home business in 2012, operating out of the Remley’s garage. Today, their new space at 1271 Edgehill Road will allow more work shop room and office space for their 10-person team.
For more information, visit www.reworkfurnishings.com.
All photos provided by Re:Work Furnishings.