The market for salvaged goods is growing, and the trend of a kitch domestic space is increasing in popularity as opposed to an ostentatious modern home. Reclaiming old furniture, ornaments, lighting and building waste is something Lassco and similar traders do well, also showing that old doesn’t always mean cheap.
Lots of things on display may have been demolished, sent to landfill or scrapped but instead are salvaged and given new life. The traders play an important roll in finding the salvaged goods, presenting them and finally selling them to someone who may increase their life span a big margin. It’s the roll of these places to take preloved goods and sell them on, employing a concept of sustainability and not needless consumerism.