Sustainability and Recycled Furniture

At Action Office, sustainability lies at the core of our values and practices. We firmly believe in the importance of protecting our environment and preserving it for future generations. We are dedicated to responsibly sourcing the materials, reducing waste, conserving resources, and promoting a greener approach in all aspects of our business. By embracing sustainability, we aim to contribute positively to the planet while creating a better and more sustainable future for all.

Sustainability has the power to unite staff to create a better work culture and work-life balance and has a great impact on customers and the world. A healthy and sustainable workplace correlates to happier employees and as a result increases employee productivity and lessens work-related illnesses.

Bringing a POP of pattern with Honeycomb

Created from colour woven 100% post-consumer recycled polyester, and inspired by the hexagonal shapes of the beehive, Honeycomb is testament to the engineering skills of both man and nature alike.

With the bolder shades of the delicate pattern outline softened with a stria of coloured threads, this eco- friendly fabric brings understated visual impact to interiors and is available in eight contemporary colourways.

Oceanic is a fabric born of the SEAQUAL INITIATIVE designed to combat marine plastic pollution and achieve a waste free environment.

It is created entirely from post- consumer recycled plastic – from debris floating discarded in our seas, used to make SEAQUAL® YARN, to bottles thrown away and destined for landfill.

One small drop in the mission to clean both the earth and its ocean, this contemporary fabric is a recycled polyester with a purpose.


Circular Meeting  Table & Chair made from PET Felt and Plastic Bottles fished from Canals

The Hemp Chair is the first in the world that is launched with a collection of chairs with a unique biomaterial shell. 

The used materials hemp and resin are both fully biological, plant-based and recyclable. 

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Recycled chairs and tables

Felt gives waste material a second life. The end of 154 PET bottles is the beginning of every Felt chair. A modern chair made from a unique material: recycled PET bottles. 154 PET bottles receive a second life in each tub.


A matt finish that is velvety to the touch and thus creating a cold medium shade of grey.


From textile waste to a recycled veneer


Gymfloor Tables A unique solid wooden dining or coffee table Made from a 4-year-old gym floor.

Polly – Chair Range

Recycled Plastic…

• is fully environmentally sustainable polypropylene.

• is formed entirely from a mixture of reused materials: approx. 50% industrial and 50% consumer waste (textile products, packaging, and children’s toys).

• is carefully treated and reinforced with fibreglass.

• has the same functional and water resistance properties as the new plastic.



A simple but unique chair range made of recycled Felt (70% re- cycled PP bottles and 30% non- woven textile)

Y10 Chair

The new Y10 range transforms the archetypal fiberglass-reinforced polyester into a pioneering chair family that’s very planet friendly.

Camira Recycled – Fabrics


An Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Textile

Biodegradable: Entirely compostable, Hemp doesn’t have to be relegated to landfill, instead it will biodegrade.


Made from 100% post-consumer recycled polyester Non-metallic dyestuffs

Circle of Life

A structural free-standing framework with hanging recycled plastic curtains, the sustainable answer to partitioning walls.

Available in several configurations. A great place for impromptu meetings and quiet times.

Reclaimed Flooring


Reclaimed timber prevents the need for further depleting our natural forests by cutting down trees. In addition, many of the steps required to prepare the salvaged wood use 13 times less cumulative energy.

Sourced from Victorian schools, disused factories, old mills and other properties, reclaimed floorboards are one of the best ways to give a room some instant personality.

They are usually salvaged from buildings due for demolition or properties set for repurposing or modernization.

Rather than see such beautiful wood end up in landfills or go to waste, they are rescued and given a bit of care before being offered to customers who can let the flooring’s journey continue in their home or property.

Case Study – “As much as possible recycled”