From launderette to Lorden design

Posted on 25th February 2014 | in Business News

Denny Rogerson has been in the painted furniture business for over five years

Denny Rogerson has been in the painted furniture business for over five years

She’s been painting antique, vintage and reproduction furniture for a long time, and now Denny Rogerson has converted an old laundrette into a new outlet for her business.

Denny has been painting furniture for many years but doing it commercially for about five years.

Denny is from Alnwick, but Amble claims a special place in her heart, and she knows it well. “My Granny was from Amble, her name was Margaret Coward. I’ve always liked Amble – and it has such a vibrant feel here now.”

The business is called Lorden and is situated in the old laundrette on Leazes Street.

Denny has carefully filled it with different styles of second hand furniture, all painted in different shades and finishes. A garage at the rear of the premises will act as a workshop.

“I’ve got a massive stock, it’s not just what’s in the shop,” says Denny. “And I can source things for people, or paint their furniture too. But I keep prices affordable, I know people like a bargain”

Lorden’s winter opening hours are Thursday to Saturday 10am – 4pm, Sundays 11 – 3pm

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2 thoughts on "From launderette to Lorden design"

  1. Jackie Straker says:

    Hi Denny I wish you well in your new venture I will have to call in,your shop looks Lovely in your picture also looks like a lot of hard work but I am sure it will be worth it ,lots of luck and very best wishes Jackie x

  2. neen says:

    Best of luck in the friendliest port Denny your stuff is amazing and so are you

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