Monday, June 07, 2010
Knebworth, Herts UK
Salvo Fair 2010 will truly be an international affair, with a selection of exhibitors from across Europe including Hungarian exhibitors Liviel Kft. They intend to bring samples of all their materials so fair visitors can understand the scope of their business.
Liviel was established in 1995, "soon after democracy was introduced to Hungary," said Steve Amyek its founder. Originally the business concentrated on buying and restoring antique furniture, but as demand grew and the world increasingly acknowledged its environmental problems the company adapted and began to make antique style furniture entirely from reclaimed materials.
"In our search for quality reclaimed wood, we realized the potential of dealing in all other types of building materials and as a result Liviel has been supplying and sourcing reclaimed building materials to the building, landscaping and private sectors for more than thirteen years," said Steve.
Above: A large entry door of a country home, painted in lovely blue.
Above: A restored small antique pine kitchen cabinet.
Above: Unusual small size stone trough.
Above: Red hand made brick, from the second part of the 19th century.