Posts Tagged ‘Victorian’

Visit our workshop

June 13, 2009

We are opening our studio to visitors – come and see David demonstrating his traditional craftmanship skills at our workshop on 20 and 21 June, and on 26, 27, 28 June.  We will be open from 10.30 am till 5.30 pm on these days.  We will have examples of our individually designed furniture on display – please come and try them out – you can touch the wood, sit on the wood, buy the wood – we will have gift items available for you to purchase on the day; for example jewellery boxes, clocks with unique grain patterns, chopping boards, cheese boards and larger items of furniture.  We are taking part in the North Yorkshire Open Studios event, you can see other inspirational artists and craftsmen here

Entrance Hall Furniture

December 1, 2008

Our clients presented a sketch of their idea for entrance hall furniture for their Victorian house, and this formed the starting point of our design.  They are an active family needing somewhere to store coats, hats, gloves, scarves, walking sticks and umbrellas.  They also needed space left in the entrance hall for their golf clubs.  They wanted design and manufacture only and wanted it supplied as a kit so that they could collect and fit the furniture themselves.

Entrance Hall Furniture

Entrance Hall Furniture

Victorian terrace loft conversion

November 15, 2008

Our client’s Victorian house had a curving chimney breast in the loft.  As part of the loft conversion we were asked to build furniture into the curving alcoves.  These two cupboards are made of oak.

Short hanging unit

Short hanging unit

 

Built in wardrobe

Built in wardrobe