Nest Furniture Studio Ltd, is owned by Stephanie Glanville and is an eco-friendly business invested in re-loving, restoring and recycling furniture, sourcing locally wherever possible to ensure that items with history or provenance get a new lease of life rather than ending up in the landfill.

By preventing furniture from going to landfill, we can reduce the impact that manufacturers create, limiting plastics & toxic fumes emitted during some modern furniture production. We prefer to nurture existing solid wood beauties.

We use low to zero VOC products, (complying with EN71:3) making it safe for use indoors and harmless around pets & children. It is also suitable for painting odour sensitive items including cots, toys and baby bedrooms.


“By sourcing locally, using low VOC products and by being mindful of our impact on the environment, we are working towards a less careless future. 

Our new purpose-built workshop with an outside creative area – is perfect for socially distanced sessions. We will be hosting furniture painting sessions, craft courses, and art clubs galore.

We are now accessible to all with free parking right next to the building in a beautiful rural setting.”

Stephanie Glanville – Director of Nest Furniture Studio Ltd



As an Official Stockist of Frenchic® Furniture Paint, we can provide you with the same luxurious chalk & mineral paints, waxes and effects products we use on our own items. We offer a variety of workshops showing you how to revive, update and restore pieces of furniture.

By undertaking commissions we can achieve the look you require. If you have furniture you love but it doesn’t fit a style or colour scheme, we can help. We have unique items already refurbished for sale – please look at our shop on the website. Local delivery is available on request. National delivery can be arranged in most cases, so please get in touch with any queries. 

We look forward to seeing you!


Stephanie has been refinishing furniture for 20 years.

She specialises in luxecycling antique and vintage items, particularly Victorian and Georgian solid pieces and display cabinets, modernising them with luxury hardware, paints, effects products, fabrics and wallpapers.

All items are hand-finished.