hannah bullivant

Take a tour of Hannah Bullivant’s stylish house which has been furnished with beautiful eco secondhand finds sourced from markets & charity shops.

Our house has been on the market for a few months now and we are itching to move.  Itching.  To try and not think about the desire to move right this instant I’ve stopped browsing potential homes on Rightmove. Instead of getting wound up over the home we could buy if only ours would sell, I’ve been busy perusing homes on Apartment Therapy. It’s easier to imagine what our future home might look like in an abstract sense if that makes sense?

This Apartment Therapy post from Hannah and Dave Bullivant in particular caught my eye. They have practically furnished their entire rented flat with secondhand pieces, sourced from the markets and charity shops of London. In the process, they have created a cheery and stylish sustainable eco-house.

Hannah & Dave Eco Friendly House Tour

Take a look for yourself!

The Living Room

charity shop home

I love how Hannah and Dave have upcycled apple crates for shelving and book storage. So good.

secondhand home

I also spy a wooden cable drum reel, that they’ve repurposed into a coffee table. And the wall of vintage mirrors makes for a stunning statement in this eco-friendly house.

The Hallway

vintage styled hallway in eco friendly house tour

Pops of colour everywhere lend to the cheery and homely feel of this eco-friendly house!

The Kitchen

vintage kitchen in eco friendly house tour

Hannah and Dave’s flat is rented, and it can be hard to put your own stamp on a rented kitchen. But they’ve done just that in their house by the clever use of colourful vintage finds and eco accessories. Hannah has also painted their fridge in chalkboard paint, making it a handy place to store notes. Much nicer than pinning loads of bits of paper on with magnets, that invariably fall down!

The Kids Bedroom

vintage nursery in eco friendly house

Their kid’s bedroom is a delight – it looks like such a fun place to hang out and read books!

You can see more of Hannah and Dave’s beautiful home here.  Hannah also blogs at Seeds and Stitches, a favourite of mine.  They’re recently moved house and it’s a treat to see their new house coming together.

I’ve also got lots more eco house tours this way, if like me, you are in need of some more inspiration!

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