Furniture maker & designer based in the South West, UK. We design and hand make all of our furniture to order from our workshop in West Devon. With an eye for detail we look to create functional & beautiful furniture, that's made to last.
I'm a second generation furniture maker. I grew up with my dad's workshop in our back garden and custom made shaker inspired furniture dotted around the house. After starting a product design course, I soon found myself keen to make a bit more and draw just a bit less, and furniture making was a perfect fit. I took a 2 year furniture course based in Cornwall learning the skills and craft of fine furniture making & designing and going on to setup in business the following year, which has steadily grown since.
Our lead-time for most orders is usually around 12 weeks, although this is always subject to our current working schedule and also to each particular order - sometimes we can fit things in a bit sooner and sometimes it'll take a bit longer - please get in contact for a more accurate current working lead-time.
The cost for delivery is worked out based on the distance from our workshop in West Devon - so as a rough guide, delivery to London for a large item ( like a table or larder cupboard ) would be roughly £200 - and delivery within a 50 mile radius is free.
We deliver in person, so for all larger items we will require a helping set of hands upon delivery.
To confirm your order we require a 50% deposit ( for most orders ), with the final 50% due either prior to, or upon delivery.
All of our furnitue is available in bespoke dimensions, layouts and timbers. Please get in contact for more details.
All of our timber is either FSC certified or comes from local sustainable timber mills who source their timber from carefully managed forests or wind fall.
We finish our table tops and worktops in hard-wearing hard-wax oil's by 'Osmo', which offer a good level of protection to spillages, particularly if cleaned up relatively quickly. We recommend simply wiping with a clean damp cloth.
After a while the surface may start pick up a few marks, and you may be keen to restore the finish - working with hard-wax oils is flexible and makes repairs and restoration often as simple as a light sand and applying an additional coat of oil - this process can be applied to just a specific area or the whole surface. For more advice we're here to help.