Renowned designer and creative, Sarah Parmenter, is one of the UK’s most sought after furniture artists, widely known for her regular appearances on the popular BBC Money For Nothing TV show.
The go-to guru for many of the most prestigious creatives in the UK, including designers Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen and Pearl Lowe, Sarah transforms vintage furniture into bespoke pieces designed to fit effortlessly into both domestic and commercial interiors.
Formerly an award winning fashion and lifestyle PR consultant, Sarah gave up her media career to develop her life-long passion for interiors and vintage furniture. What started as an obsessional hobby has naturally and organically flourished into a small cottage industry, with commissions for artfully salvaged and one-off pieces now an integral part of the business.
As well as her regular BBC TV appearances, Sarah’s work has been featured in The Observer Magazine, The Sunday Times, Metro newspaper, Reclaimed magazine and Real Homes magazine. She is also growing her business rapidly thanks to a fast-growing Instagram following….you can follow her @relovedmcr
ReLovedMCR is a simple expression of Sarah’s unique style and passion for the aesthetic. Drawn to vintage pieces which, to the untrained eye, are ugly, dated, unusable and frankly un-loveable, Sarah has the vision to transform them into covetable, glamorous, utterly stylish pieces.
Each piece is stripped back, hand-painted and often decoupaged, using beautiful designer wallpapers, fabrics and unusual prints.
Designed to be both beautiful and functional, bold statement pieces are always in evidence, however Sarah’s style is ultimately about “wear-ability.” Designs are timeless and easy to style into most people’s homes, be it a new-build needing an eclectic soul injection, or a period home.