We love makeovers!! Instead of throwing this silky oak dresser to the curb, a Brisbane client came to us to organize a stunning modification. We repaired, modified to house new copper sinks and repolished to the match the existing decor. With good bones, this silky oak dresser was destined for bigger things...
The kitchen, arguably the most hardworking, central point of the home deserves to be treated to some special attention now and again. An update, extra storage, new modifications inject new life into a kitchen, evolving with the family needs Using recycled hoop pine ( from a dismantled 1800's home in inner city Brisbane) this kitchen was restored, to
Combining his love of both surfing and woodwork...Stuart was very excited when approached to restore an Australian classic 1950's wooden hollow surfboard... The board as shown below was in a fairly bad state of disrepair and needed significant restoration and restructuring. This fantastic retro board is an Okinuee . The Okinuee, is the Australian version of the
From the ashes of the Industrial Revolution , the Modern Age moved furniture production out of small workshops and into factories for mass production on a grand scale. Arguably, the first Modern piece of furniture mass-produced was by Prussian furniture maker Michael Thonet (1796-1871) After 25 years experimenting with bending steamed wood and producing innovative "bentwood"