Salvage expert Rico Daniels uses his creative talents to transform some old tea caddies and other salvaged materials into a chic coffee table.
Using railway sleepers and a car axle from an old Jaguar, salvage expert Rico Daniels creates a unique dining table fit for a king.
Rico Daniels fits-out a Shaker-style country kitchen, using old doors to create a stylish stand alone cabinet, complete with salvaged Belfast sink.
Scrap wood is fashioned into a butcher's block and 20 bean tins become a one-off wine rack, as Rico creates a Shaker-style kitchen on a budget.
Salvage expert Rico Daniels uses his expertise to turn four old doors into one knock-out wardrobe, complete with rustic paintjob.
Wood and metal fixings are key as Rico goes back-to-basics, stripping an old storage chest to create a rugged wall mirror with iron fixings.
Three doors and four fruit crates have never looked so good, as The Salvager Rico Daniels turns them into the perfect four square storage unit.
Using old fence posts and floorboards rescued from the scrapheap, salvage expert Rico Daniels fashions a bespoke four poster bed.
Rico gives a new lease of life to leather from old coats, bags and shoes when he creates an innovative headboard design for a one-off bed.
Rico takes inspiration from two stained glass windows to build a stunning bespoke dark wood bookcase, the perfect addition to any home.
Rico takes an old galvanised water tank and two 1950's fire extinguishers into the 21st century when he turns them into a TV/DVD entertainment unit.
Using an iron street grid, fence posts and a Victorian trolley, Rico creates a low coffee table - and a wooden tripod forms the base of a daring lamp.
Salvage expert Rico Daniels strips back a broken down old sofa and rebuilds it with wood to form a fantastic conservatory chair.
After gutting an old harmonium to create a computer cabinet, Rico cuts down an old church pew to form the perfect chair to accompany it.
Floorboards are the basis of this simple corner unit design, but Rico adds an element of style by using an old saw blade as a decorative motif.