• Oak table

    An example of our most popular three plank table made from distressed British oak. This example has some lovely examples of burr in it.

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  • Outside of railway carriages

    A full view of the railway carriage, which stands at 15’ high from the floor (10’ from the base to the roof), is 23’ long, and 9’ wide (8’ 6 internal measurements). 

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  • Pair of wardrobe doors

    These doors conceal a wardrobe behind, cleverly hidden in a boxed part of the room. They are the aged and distressed, ledge and brace doors that are our most popular style of door.

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  • Sliding internal barn doors

    A close up of the black ironmongery that is the sliding door mechanism for an authentic barn feeling.  Perfect for a large gap where 2 doors may be too slender, and the space is too large for one door.

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  • Solid Oak Chair

    A solid oak chair that has been distressed to look older.  This can be made in any size.

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  • Solid Oak Dresser

    An oak dresser that differs from our usual style, as the base has 3 drawers in the middle going down, and the top has 2 cupboards on either side, and a very useful run of drawers in the bottom half of the top.

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  • Solid Oak Dresser

    A solid oak dresser with lots of character in the wood, which has been left in it’s natural colour and oiled.

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  • Solid Oak Table

    Another example of a table completed. This is the three plank aged and distressed table that is our most popular style. Made from just 3 planks of oak, these tables are built generously wide enough to allow lots of plates down the middle for the all important Christmas meal!

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  • Square Dining Table

    A solid oak, non extending square dining table that was designed to seat 16 people for a holiday barn.

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  • Steel and Oak Table

    A more unusual piece made by us, in that there is another material used in the table. There is a steel frame running around the underneath of the table itself, which is visible from the angle just, and then the strut itself on the bottom is also steel.

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  • Table

    A table would traditionally have been held together with a peg between the stretcher and cross bar.  This is a close up example of how we do this.

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  • Table

    Another example of our most popular design of table, a 3 plank.  This one has been coloured slightly, but does not look too aged.  The furniture can be made in any size.

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