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WELCOME TO STOIRM

Stoirm recycles and rejuvenates vintage items for the growing market in up-cycled furniture

Our furniture is now for sale in The Tree Shop Garden Centre, Clachan, Cairndow. PA26 8BL

Stoirm uses a natural palate of colours and hues reflected in the environment. Pieces will also often feature a contrast of light and dark to reflect stormy skies and the dynamic and changing weather of the West coast of Scotland. I also use contrast of texture and finish to bring out the best in pieces.

VINTAGE ITEMS

Stoirm takes inspiration from the colours and textures in the ever changing natural environment of Scotland. The Gaelic spelling of the word Storm pays respect to the heritage and history of the area. Each piece at Stoirm is unique. We use different techniques and paints to rejuvenate items depending on what is most complimentary to the piece. If there is a particular item you are looking for we would be delighted to try and source it for you, please call us to discuss your needs.

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SOMETHING DIFFERENT

At Stoirm we aim to stock items to complement your home which will be both practical and beautiful. We pay attention to trends, but appreciate that people are often looking for something different to personalize the place they call home. We therefore stock a range of styles, but always look to have unusual and stand out pieces which set their own trend! We also stock some smaller items to add that finishing touch. The ethos of Stoirm is to reuse and to bring new life to items which may otherwise have been discarded.

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FEATURED PRODUCTS

Featured items restored by Stoirm

We select vintage homeware items to add character to smaller spaces in your home.

Vintage kitchen and laundry items from the past for that decorative touch.

Every piece had a maker and a story, now it’s your turn to add to its history.

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The bureau first appeared as a piece of furniture at the beginning of the 17th Century as a flat table with a drawer below, later editions had cupboards, drawers, shelves, cubbyholes and sometimes secret compartments. It evolved at a time when writing was the main form of communication, and became a popular piece of furniture within the home. The bureau gradually fell out of fashion, but in todays fast paced life does the bureau not offer quiet corner to write, study, craft or be used as a solo dining table? Is it time for a resurgence of this practical piece of furniture?

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MONDAY – FRIDAY

09:00 ~ 18.00

SATURDAY

10:00 ~ 16.00

TEL: 07914 667 007