We have been running our popular woodworking classes for well over 10 years now and they are a great source of joy and satisfaction for not only our students for us as well. To see our students learn new skills that are so different from their everyday life and careers is so rewarding. Sally a
We are currently in the midst of restoring some wonderful mid century Scandinavian furniture. The clean aesthetic lines , the blonde timbers the ease of design are synonymous with this era of furniture design. The 3 legged stool designed by Mogens Lassen in 1942 was inspired by the stool used by shoemakers, functional and simplistic
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...
There is so much satisfaction gleamed from restoring a wonderful piece of furniture to its former glory. For both the restorer and the recipient This old timber locker was in dire need of some TLC. Using time honored traditional woodworking techniques and hard work this locker was transformed into something wonderful yet highly practical for
We love restoring old forgotten pieces of furniture , items from the shed, under the house, a garage sale... This gorgeous Art Deco coffee table is one of our projects completed this week Wow what a transformation Art Deco table in need of some professional restoration How amazing does this
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
With the onset of winter, the temperature drops and so does the humidity. With these changes, timber furniture can dry out and possibly split in various places... You can avoid this by using a suitable furniture wax to promote and keep moisture in the grain. Simply wax on with a clean dry cloth and then
This gorgeous 1940's Hutch, has seen many good times. In the 1970's it was lovingly given a coat or two of white gloss paint by its owner. Fast forward to 2011 and this gorgeous vintage kitchen hutch was in desperate need of some major care. We took it back to where