• Dresser and table

    Table and dresser delivered just in time for Christmas! This aged and distressed oak table and dresser beautifully combine with the customers own oak kitchen chairs for a warm, cosy look. This dresser has drawers running across the middle of the shelving unit, for those knick-knacks and letters that just get everywhere!

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  • Dresser with glass doors

    This very large dresser was made to accommodate an extensive set of Russian pottery and made with glass doors, shelves and mirrors in the back for reflecting the gold from the pottery back into the room.

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  • Farm shop furniture

    A collection of various shelving units and a dresser which has been made for a farm shop.  Oak is an excellent choice as although is more expensive, it is very hard wearing, and actually looks better once it has been bashed about a little.  It is also very easy to freshen up, just sand and re-oil!  Work like this can be undertaken, please contact us with your requirements.

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  • Flooring and panelling

    This shows the aged and distressed flooring that we made and fitted for this Grade 2 listed house, that had national park, CADW and Listed planning departments involved.

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  • Food Cupboard

    This magnificent piece stands at just under 3m long, 1.6m high and a depth of 0.5m, and can hold an incredible amount of possessions.

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  • Inside of railway carriages

    This is where all eating and food storage is housed, in this dresser unit, holding more than it looks. The steps in front gives access to the sleeping area above the kitchen/ bathroom area, in the curve of the railway carriage.

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  • Island unit

    The front side of an island unit which has been topped with Blue Pearl granite, a lovely blue/grey fleck marking. This has been finished with pewter ironmongery.

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  • Ledge and Brace Door

    A fitted ledge and brace door that has been aged and distressed in solid oak, and with the addition of studs in the door.

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  • Oak and Yew Bed

    Solid oak bed that has been aged, with a statement piece of yew used as a headboard. The yew has been left in its original form, including knots, burrs and even the bark, which gives it a unique quality.

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  • Oak and Yew Bed

    A king size aged oak bed with a way edge yew headboard. Using a different variety of wood for a headboard gives an interesting finish to a bed like this, and we have done them previously using oak, sycamore, yew, and walnut. We can make this in any size.

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  • Oak Bench

    Benches are very popular, either to add to your existing table, or as an aside to one of our tables, as they can fit a lot of bums, and so are perfect if you have to regularly feed a lot of people at mealtimes.

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  • Oak dresser and table

    Solid British oak dresser made with extra height to accommodate the tall room. Left in it’s natural colour, and just oiled, this example has been completed with beeswax finish ironmongery.

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