The consumer appetite for sustainable products is stronger than ever and trends show a preference for companies and products with eco-status, like Tesla converting the mainstream driver. The markets moral compass has definitely shifted towards a more conscientious buying approach and ways in which the buyer can ‘feel good’ about their purchase, so eco-alternatives that are just as affordable and effective are in demand.

Our passion and commitment as a business towards the circular economy pushes us to innovate with regards to our sourcing and manufacturing methods, as well as our product development. As a second-generation family business, the inclusion of our new Renzo range was inevitable and provides the UK market with an option that gives future generations a better quality of life.

Perfect for the eco-conscious consumer, every door in the Renzo collection is made from 100% recycled wood. As our industry generally favours a more linear economy, especially in respect of white goods, it makes sense to introduce a sustainable design solution for the modern kitchen and help build an even better future for our customers, their homes and by virtue, the planet. Renzo is a cutting-edge new kitchen range with sustainability at its heart. Kind to the environment without compromising on style, this range balances sustainability with sophistication. Perfect for the eco-conscious consumer, every door within the collection is made from 100% recycled wood.

Providing environmental, social and economic benefits, Renzo is a luxury made-to-measure furniture solution that can be customised to suit the individual, kitchen space and home-architecture. Encouraging greener-living that goes beyond A-grade appliances and LED strip-lighting, our designers are now able to present our customers with a specialist range of 100% recycled materials that are resourceful and contemporary by-design.

New for 2020 and inspired by the markets growing love for urban eco-design, Renzo presents a sustainable kitchen concept with rich textural variety.

The need to help our planet can’t be ignored and I strongly believe that new homes will call for a sustainable foundation, where construction and product specification will require a certain level of eco-credentials. Examples like rainwater collection, roof solar panels and exterior green walls are becoming more common and this type of sustainable design has now entered the home with recycled kitchen furniture solutions, energy efficient appliances and sustainable manufacturing processes and brand practices changing convention. As this global challenge gains momentum, I expect to see a greater level of action from premium manufacturers that want to make a difference and provide long-term, sustainable solutions that don’t compromise on quality or originality.

In addition to the introduction of Renzo, we have also implemented an award-winning closed-looped production system in order to decrease our carbon footprint. We use sawdust and waste in a biomass system, which heats our Huddersfield factory and has successively reduced the company’s carbon emissions by 130 tonnes annually. All production waste is recycled and our made-to-measure, made-to-order furniture is built from sustainable materials to again reduce wastage and help us make the transition to the “”post-carbon economy”” smoothly and with no impact to our current business model.