An example of why commissioning a piece of furniture could be for you, this oak kitchen table has been made to the customer’s specific measurements and perfectly matches their existing chairs.
Please contact us if you are looking for a piece of furniture to fit a specific space or for something you have always wanted but could never find in a high street store.
Bespoke fitted wardrobes are the best way to get maximum use out of any space. Interiors can be adapted to your specific needs, they can even accommodate a flue for a wood burning stove! Mirrored doors provide lots of light and gives the illusion that a small space is bigger than it actually is.
Wooden height chart that can be used by the whole family!
Can be engraved with a child’s name, family name and/or date of birth.
Perfect if moving house and you want to take your memories with you or for giving as a gift to a grandchild, niece or nephew.
A gift that could become a family heirloom!
Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to place an order – email@example.com
Click on link below to see an interview with Stuart Clachan published on the Folksy website.
Clachan Wood: handmade furniture crafted in Scotland
Bespoke home cinema surround made with birch plywood and Scottish elm.
The mixture of materials and finishes is visually striking, whilst the incorporated storage allows the space to be used for a variety of purposes.
Coffee table made in oak with walnut inlay.
Our last event of the Christmas season will be this Sunday, 13th December, at the Robert Burns birthplace museum in Alloway, between 11am and 3pm. If you are looking for a unique handcrafted gift, this is the place for you!
Birch plywood bed with storage and personalised name. Wording on the headboard can also be personalised.
Drawers are painted with chalkboard paint and can be blue, pink or black. They can also be left unpainted if preferred.
Bed shown is a standard UK single bed, please contact us if you require different dimensions.
One of our kitchens has been featured in an In-Design magazine article, click on image below to check it out! (page 26)