Welcome 

Rebearth is a company specialising in building and finishes using raw earth and natural materials. It was founded in Scotland by mud mason, Becky Little.

We have 25 years of experience in earth building techniques including mudwall (cob),  wattle and daub, light clay and hemp, turf building, soft capping, clay plasters, earth sculpture and decoration.

By learning from the past and working with nature, we celebrate and develop the skills and traditions of earth building.

See below for Rebearth on Facebook where you will find posts about our most recent work, upcoming events and links to all things earthy.
Earth render repairs, 18th century mud walled barn, Carse of Gowrie, for the Tay Landscape Partnership.
Earth render samples on an 18th century mud walled barn, Carse of Gowrie.
Letham mud walled shelter at the Secret Garden Nursery, Fife.

An exciting opportunity to work with Japanese clay plasterers in Italy ...... a match made in heaven. Who's coming with me?

more info here: terramigakidesign.wordpress.com/tmd-2017/
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Video realizzato in seguito alle giornate del Seminario di Approfondimento: Finiture Giapponesi in Terra Cruda. Creato in occasione del Concorso Terra Migaki...

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Fran KeithBeautiful work Becky, so talented x5 days ago   ·  1

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Rebearth Workshop on Form and Finish Myself and Tom will be teaching a creative workshop using earth and natural fibres. We will share our experience and knowledge of a wide range of techniques and...

Clayfest 2017

June 12, 2017, 1:00am

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Rebearth Workshop on Form and Finish Myself and Tom will be teaching a creative workshop using earth and natural fibres. We will share our experience and knowledge of a wide range of techniques and...

A wee update on our earth floor now that we've been living on it for a few months (in a first floor bedroom on top of oak beams and boards). I'm happy to report it is looking as good as new with no movement at all. We have yet to install the boiler to provide the underfloor heating but actually we haven't needed it yet despite the Scottish winter. Seems to cope very well with general wear and tear including the dog jumping off the bed (sneaky fellow - he thinks we don't know). I'm now finishing the stair treads with the same mix so I'll post on that soon. ... See MoreSee Less

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Kristina FranziskaThanks for the update. How does it feel underfoot. Is there any "give" or is it more like vinyl on concrete?3 weeks ago
Michael StrasmichNice, did you use something to seal the surface?3 weeks ago
Mikkel ChristensenThank you for sharing - looks very nice and warm3 weeks ago   ·  2
Morag LonerganWow, looks good Becky.3 weeks ago   ·  1

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