A small selection of Clachan Wood gifts are included in the Christmas Craft Exhibition being held in Rozelle House, Ayr. The exhibition is on now through to 24th December and includes lots of locally produced gifts that would make a perfect present for someone special!
We seem to be making odd sized cabinets as additions to existing kitchens more frequently. This one is going to be part of an island which also houses pipework for central heating. The lower back panels have been designed for easy access to pipework. If you have an odd sized gap in your kitchen that could be used for storage or are looking for a statement piece then please give us a call.
We will be exhibiting at the Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair which is running from the 24th – 26th of April 2015. We will be on the Scottish Furniture Makers Stand on the upper balcony. The ‘wee’ burr table will be on display and available to purchase.
For more information about the event have a look at the website. http://www.gcaf.co.uk/
We have a new range of chalkboards made using birch plywood in different colours and sizes, now available to buy through our online shop.
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The brief for this kitchen was to make free-standing furniture which look similar but different. Painted in a matt white with solid oak worktops and shelving.
Presenting our new and improved website. You can find it at http://www.clachanwood.com
A similar but larger version of a bed made previously in Scottish elm. Also a smaller single bed.
Here is a desk in the form of a tree being bent and blown by the wind; made using a combination of metal and burr elm.
The amazing metalwork was created by Tony Morrell of Morrell’s forge in Maidens, South Ayrshire (Scotland). Here is a link to Tony’s facebook page ‘Click Here’ where other examples of his work can be seen.
The burr elm was supplied and finished by Clachan Wood.
Some amazing elm from Culzean Estate in South Ayrshire (Scotland) used here to create a beautiful kitchen worktop.
You wait for ages and then two stair projects come along at once…
The balustrade shown here was made from reclaimed pitch pine, making use of existing materials and using something that is close in age to the existing woodwork. The church itself is an ‘A’ rated listed building. As the wood ages it will darken to suit the existing pulpit.