Launch of our 2013 summer range

Following a successful launch we are pleased to announce our 2013 summer range. Featuring stunning travel photographs by London-based photographer, Miss Gen, the range includes new upholstery and soft furnishing textiles, fabulous refurbished vintage chairs, photographic lamps and statement blinds, plus feather-soft cushions in vintage and designer fabrics.

If you missed the event, it was held in the courtyard of Benedict House, a former convent-turned-pantry located in Queanbeyan, New South Wales.

The Lost and Found Office will maintain a permanent presence at Benedict House, where you can peruse our stock and select from a range of  vintage chairs suitable for reupholstering in the fabric of your choice. If you fancy a peek at our workshop, a bigger range of lamps, chairs and fabrics is on show at our studio right next door. We’re open by appointment after hours and on weekends – so phone ahead while you enjoy a delicious lunch or high tea at the Benedict House cafe.

We are very grateful for the assistance of friends, family and fellow makers and designers in getting ready for launch – special thanks to Kath, Tsue, Simon, Andrew, Brenda, Mark, Hao, Terry, Denice, Margaret and Ron whose support was so vital. Also a big thankyou to Kate and the charming team from Benedict House.

Our next pop-up event will be held over the weekend of 6-7 th December, at the Handmade Market in Canberra. Hope to see you there!



Stunning red autumn leaves make a gorgeous new textile. Background photography by MissGen. Image by Mark Sawa


Gorgeous refurbished recliners in Florence Broadhurst Shadow Floral fabric with matching lamp and cushion set. Backdrop photography by MissGen.
Image by Mark Sawa

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