The ‘Blend’ whisky bar stool – oak

A stool made using a blend of recycled whisky barrel oak for the seat and back; legs and rails are made in Scottish oak. There is also a version without a back. See images below.

These stools were shown at Clerkenwell Design week in London from 22nd – 24th of May 2012.

 

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Dining Table – Sycamore with elm.

Here is my tribute to the late Alan Peters; the man who originally designed this table. I have added a few wee touches to it to make it my own but on the whole it was made almost exactly to the original design. The idea for this piece was inspired by the need for a dining table in our own house and I thought it would be interesting to make something that a highly regarded furniture designer/maker developed (in 1968!). There is a lot of detail in this relatively small table but everything is there for a reason.

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Kitchen Table in Elm

A unique kitchen table with some exceptional burr elm. The edges have been smoothed whilst leaving hollows and other interesting features making for very tactile edges. The design is such that one person can sit at either end whilst leaving a large space at each side which could easily accommodate two people, three at a maximum. Each leg is individual whilst retaining a sense of balance with the curves in the centre.

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