About Us

Our Vision

Our future vision is to build the Love Rustic brand and to set-up the Love Rustic Charity Foundation. Our future aim is to donate 10% of all our earnings to a fund which we can then use to back charitable causes. At the moment we donate 5% to SOS Children Villages.

Sourcing beautiful products

Love Rustic is an online furniture retailer based in the UK with a minimalist approach. As well as creating a brand that gives back to the world, we also want to only source beautifully designed products, ones that would match any home that wants that rustic, vibrant and minimalist style. 

Building a Community

We are in the process of building a community and want you to be part of it. Some of our ideas include:
  • Community Polls for all decisions relating Love Rustic
  • Amazing Competitions
  • Member Only Discounts
  • DIY Ideas direct to your inbox
  • Quarterly Love Rustic Magazine / E-Book

About us

Our names are Rachel and Jamie, we started this as a married duo (us below!). We started up the company because we wanted to create a brand that we are passionate about, one that can give back to the world.
With love rustic furniture we believe it really compliments the home and any occasion with a beautiful touch. We want to be different from our competitors and help to make a difference in the world, for this reason we have based our business model and team on excellent customer service and trust.

Taking care of your Rustic Furniture

Oak-ish Finish

It is a very popular English finish for Mango wood. This is offered as a light natural finish which looks quite similar to Oak hence the reason it’s called oak-ish finish. This finish is normally offered in two versions; a smooth finish and a distressed finish. A few additional but optional features are also available mainly wooden grooves and wooden pegs.

How Oak-ish finish is achieved

Using a circular hand held sanding machine the surface is made smooth and dust free.  The next stage of the process is to apply stain to minimise the extreme colour variations from light to dark.  After this two coats of lacquer is applied and then once dried a layer of cealer is also applied, this makes the piece of product last longer and gives a natural sheen and body to the surface.

Mango Wood

Mango wood is one of the most popular wood types in the United Kingdom and is often viewed as a greener alternative to some other woods. Mango wood is derived from the Mango tree, which is a fruiting tree belonging to the genus, Mangifera. Although Mango wood is extremely popular, the tree is largely cultivated for its fruit and is native to South and Southeast Asia, with the highest concentration of Mango trees being found in India.

Mango wood is one of the hardiest woods in the world, with densely packed grains that are able to resist all kinds of knocks and prangs. Additionally, thanks to its close knit grain, when finished, the wood is one of the smoothest and most satisfying textures around.

Despite its fine grain, the good news is that the material is also excellent for staining and waxing making it a perfect material for furniture.

After Care

Avoid placing your furniture under direct sunlight and/or near radiators. Also, occasionally polish the non-painted furniture parts with bee’s wax to retain sheen and for longer lifespan.
This product complies with the eco friendly treatment as the pest control used on the timber is environmentally safe, this is called Biflex.