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Best of Times - Refurbished & Upcycled Furniture
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Selling refurbished and upcycled furniture, Best of Times bring pre-loved furniture back to life to stunning effect. With a love of capturing - or recapturing - a time, a place, and an emotion through refurbishing and upcycling furniture in a number of styles including retro, shabby chic, contemporary and french country. 

A family-run business based in the Bay of Plenty, we deliver to locations throughout New Zealand's North Island, including Auckland, Hamilton and Tauranga. Combine this with our range of lay-by options, and you can liven up any room with one or more of our unique feature pieces. 

Each and every one of these pieces is given new life using traditional techniques we've learned through years of experience. Upcyling and refurbishing to give what was once simply second hand furniture a new future in your home. We also offer a furniture upcycling service, transforming the furniture you already own in a style of your choosing.

Whether you're looking for a headboard or bedside table for your bedroom, a dining table for your dining room, or a dressing table for the guest room: we sell a range of furniture that is guaranteed to create that 'wow' moment And with new pieces going up each and every week, no matter what style connects with you personally, at Best of Times there's unique a piece that is perfect for you.


Furniture Styles Include:

Retro Furniture

Shabby Chic Furniture

Contemporary Furniture



75 Fenton Mill Road,

Kawerau, Bay of Plenty



PH: 021 08274974

Email: bestoftimesnz [at] gmail [dot] com

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Sunday, 7 February 2016
The Ultimate List Of Second Hand Stores In New Zealand There's just no denying it: the world of second hand furniture is an exciting place! A place where you can grab a bargain, furnish your home, and uncover quirky, unique or downright gorgeous pieces of furniture in the process. 291 views