About - Misfit Furniture
Misfit Furniture is a furniture design studio and store. It also offers renovation, upholstery, furniture sourcing services. At Misfit Furniture we recycle, upcycle, renovate old furniture, and design and create pieces from recycled wood. Alessandro Felici is in charge of the design, upholstery and woodwork. Eleonora Spagnuolo is in charge of the home decor with her original abstract artwork. Misfit Furniture is based in Zaandam, Netherlands.
furniture, design, modern, vintage, retro, home decor, interior, home, sustainable living, recycle, upcycle, abstract art, modern art, eleonora spagnuolo, alessandro felici, meubelstofferen, meubelstoffeerder, meubels, meubelmaker, moderne kunst, abstrakte kunst, Amsterdam, Zaandam, North Holland, Noord Holland, Netherlands, Nederlands, Holland
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We are a creative couple, in life and at work: Alessandro has a past as a filmmaker and a passion for upcycling, woodworking and upholstery, Eleonora is a designer and artist who loves creating visual stories and customizing pieces with her signature abstract artworks. Together we roam markets, thrift stores, dusty attics to find our next treasure.

This all started with a very battered and unloved coffee table that we found in a thrift store in Rome. We decided to give it a second chance, and we couldn’t stop! That table was just the first one of a long series of pieces that we found, restored, repainted and used in our own home.

A friend of us, noticing that most of our furniture was second hand, reclaimed or somehow customized, joked that we could open a business and call it “Misfit Furniture”, as we loved to adopt misfit pieces and make them fit in our modern lives.

The idea, and the name, sticked in our hearts and here we are, collecting unloved pieces and making them beautiful again so that they can be used for many years to come.