Part of the Futureworks NY Family.
The aim of Furniture Works is to provide a workshop and shop which contain the fruits of our labours. Our clients, who range in age from school age upwards, help restore and refurbish furniture and accessories along with help from expert staff.
Each piece that appears in our shop is lovingly transformed into a quality bespoke household item. You can pop into our shop in Thomas Street, Scarborough or browse or buy 24-7 on this website.
Practical skills and motivation
Furniture Works is very proud to sell the items that are created and transformed by our talented clients and staff.
Our shop also enables Futureworks NY to offers personalised support and guidance to those looking to improve their lives. We work within our community, providing support and guidance and encouraging all ages to fulfil their potential through engagement, motivation and support.
Futureworks NY was established in 2012 and is a registered charity, number 1203922.
Who gets the help
From school aged to school leavers to adults, both our venues help and support those seeking to improve their lives in the Scarborough area.
How it works
Our shop includes a wide range of items both instore and online which have been lovingly restored by clients of all ages. Most of our furniture is kindly donated by generous members of the public. By providing a finished product that looks incredible, and that is ready for someone to buy, each item provides a fantastic project for each learner. Each restoration provides a great sense of purpose, transferable skills and increased confidence.
Where we work
We operate in Scarborough on the Yorkshire coast.
Our shop is in St Thomas Street, and our offices and larger workshop is just around the corner on Victoria Road. Our cohort lives in Scarborough and the surrounding area and we have customers throughout Yorkshire and beyond. Forever homes for our furniture and accessories are located in Cayton, Eastfield, Scalby, Newby, Seamer, Crossgates, East and West Ayton. Our reach also goes as far as Malton, Driffield, Filey, Bridlington and Whitby, as well as throughout Yorkshire and across the UK.