From the Workshop - April

Happy snaps of the latest pieces we’ve turned out of the workshop, moments before they’re whisked away to their new homes.

Fyshwick Workshop Entry   The front entry to our new workshop includes recycled Blackbutt and Tallowwood boards from the Luna Park wharf for the walkway decking, resawn telegraph poles for the ramp posts and squared up wharf piers from the CSR Pyrmont wharf for the pergola posts.

Fyshwick Workshop Entry

The front entry to our new workshop includes recycled Blackbutt and Tallowwood boards from the Luna Park wharf for the walkway decking, resawn telegraph poles for the ramp posts and squared up wharf piers from the CSR Pyrmont wharf for the pergola posts.

Trunk Side Table   We turned an old stump a customer brought us into a side table. The sides are wire brushed to make them smooth and splinter free and the top was planed and sanded smooth. Finished with Osmo natural oil.

Trunk Side Table

We turned an old stump a customer brought us into a side table. The sides are wire brushed to make them smooth and splinter free and the top was planed and sanded smooth. Finished with Osmo natural oil.

Schubert Table   This table was designed for the Schuberts by John Nott & Thor. They like entertaining and they also wanted a feature piece in their new home. Seats 12 comfortably and 16 at a squeeze. More pictures  here .

Schubert Table

This table was designed for the Schuberts by John Nott & Thor. They like entertaining and they also wanted a feature piece in their new home. Seats 12 comfortably and 16 at a squeeze. More pictures here.

American Ash Refectory Table   Our latest table has been a real treat to make. A modern take on the refectory table design, this style was originally made as a banquet table in medieval times. It earned this title as its designed to span across great halls and dining rooms to accommodate large numbers of people. Read the full story  here .

American Ash Refectory Table

Our latest table has been a real treat to make. A modern take on the refectory table design, this style was originally made as a banquet table in medieval times. It earned this title as its designed to span across great halls and dining rooms to accommodate large numbers of people. Read the full story here.