Natural wood home office desk

November 10, 2013

Natural wood home office desk, the desk pictured is 4.25 metres long x 800mm and is a single slab of English sweet chestnut, from a small Kentish village. These desks can also be called natural wood desks, natural wood computer desk or natural wood office desks. This natural wood home office desk is a practical […]

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Live edge dining tables

November 10, 2013

Live edge dining tables, the table pictured is a stunning slab of English horse chestnut(conker tree), a tree that every English boy of a certain age used to plunder every autumn, I was one of them. I never realised that I would be using its timber to make live edge dining tables, it is a stunning […]

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Rustic wood design desk

November 10, 2013

Rustic wood design desk is something that can never be repeated and nothing i have ever made represents this more, made from the last Elm tree on Romney marsh, it was felled in the seventies and stored in a barn to be brought back to life in the form of the stunning rustic wood design […]

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Natural wood edge breakfast bar/island

October 21, 2013

Natural wood edge breakfast bar/island, will compliment any kitchen, be it an old cottage kitchen or a modern contempary kitchen. The blend of granite and a natural wood edge breakfast bar/island work exeptionally well, both are a wonderful natural resorce and compliment each other perfectly. A natural wood edge breakfast bar/island will become a focal […]

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English Romney Marsh Elm

June 30, 2013

We were lucky enough to find a sizable quantity of English Romney marsh elm, to our knowledge it is the last elm available from the Romney marsh. The tree itself was cut down in the late sixties/early seventies before being blighted by Dutch elm disease, it stood proud for many years overlooking the small Romney […]

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Natural oak refectory table

March 24, 2013

A natural oak refectory table is simply a elongated table, originally for dining in monastery’s in medieval times, they also became banqueting and feasting tables in castles and other noble residences. The design for the natural oak refectory table is very simple and due to its stability and durability has not changed for hundreds of […]

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Walnut slab coffee table

March 22, 2013

Walnut slab coffee table on a curved stand, a truly stunning slab of English walnut , this particular slab is 3 inches thick and nearly 6ft long. We finished the walnut slab coffee table with multiple coats of oil which works so well on this English hardwood. The design of the stand was sent through to […]

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Natural wood slab headboards

March 11, 2013

Natural wood slab headboards have no limits, this particular yew slab has been finished and fitted to a custom made frame for use as a headboard, many people believe that the yew tree has mystical powers, we cannot confirm this but the stunning colour of the timber and the beautiful shape will certainly add a […]

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Bow tie oak table

November 21, 2012

Bow tie oak table, some times the simple things are quite literally stunning, this bow tie oak table was one of them. A very simple slab of English oak 8ft x 3 x3 inches, at one end of the slab was a large natural split which we held together with 3 large oak bow ties. […]

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Ancient oak dining table

November 21, 2012

It never ceases to amaze me just how amazing this ancient oak dining table is, the slab used for this table came from an ancient oak believed to be 500 years old. We were lucky enough to purchase 3 slabs from somerset and because we always use reliable timber outlets, we know it was simply […]

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