At raw home we love what we do, but it's always better when we share our passion with other artists and organisations that embrace the same creative qualities as ourselves. 

We have collaborated with some fantastic companies on varying projects which are outlined below.

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In the summer of 2019 we took on a challenge to build two tipi's for a local radio station that were to be used to mark the entrance to an amazing wedding reception venue in East Yorkshire.

The 3.5 metre high tipi's sat either side of the initial walkway through to the site.


We have been working with the incredible team at Emmaus Uk to offer upcycling workshops for its companions who have previously experienced homelessness. For many the workshops will provide a social outlet aswell as the opportunity to further develop skills and unleash their creativity. On top of this these workshops can also offer a boost in confidence and self belief. We are absolutely delighted to be working with these guys and cant wait for another year ahead.

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Raw Home has joined forces with the guys over at Barker & Stonehouse and become one of the newest partner designers.

Barker & Stonehouse have been and continue to be a hugely influential brand since they began back in 1946. Their outstanding stores with features like living walls and timber cladding give a nod to their “green” credentials. Barker & Stonehouse have been recycling their packaging for over a decade and were founding members of the reforestation initiative. They offer a range of furniture, lighting and decoration that most big brand retailers do not and their ability to keep ahead of the game is inspiring.

You may well be aware that in addition to running Raw Home we are also avid upcyclers as this forms much of our company ethos and practice.

In 2018 we found ourselves making the 200 mile trip from Hull to London to take part in a live demonstration on stage at Grand Designs Live.

The demo was part of a presentation on the cultural, creative and environmental benefits of upcycling and saw Rob complete a unique build on stage with other members of the Upcycledhour fraternity who also completed their own bespoke creations.

There are times in life when a particular project comes up that is not only perfect for you but also very close to your heart.

I have been a follower of the DIY SOS team for many years and have an emmense amount of admiration for what they do, so when you get asked to build a specific and integral item of furniture for a family in need of support then you jump on it. We created a beautiful dining table and bench seat in collaboration with a local Blacksmith.

When the opportunity arose to work with on a marketing campaign we jumped at the chance. The campaign was aimed at channeling your inner designer in a bid to see what sort of interior spaces people liked and in turn how could meet a clients needs through their product ranges. 

We were thrilled to work with Rustoleum Paints on a limited edition run of bespoke animal lamps all finished in a variety of specific Rustoleum colours. These lights proved to be extremely successful and sold out quickly. Well done to anyone who bagged themselves one of our wonderful colourful collaboration lamps.