Our new 4 x 8 week term format for the full time Furniture Makers’ Programme means that we have a fabulous lineup of highly acclaimed teachers & makers sharing their wisdom and skills in their particular area of expertise. This also means that for those of you who might want to access an individual term for some professional development or to learn a new technique can enrol for an 8 week block. Tutors this year are Thorkild Hansen, David Upfill-Brown, David Haig & Reed Hansuld and in 2020 our visiting tutors are Adrian Ferrazzutti and Michael Fortune. Here’s a Term 1 project from last year with tutor @brianreidfurniture - Blanket chest made in Swamp Kauri and Ash by 2018 graduate @saulworkswood#worldclass#finefurniture#woodschool#newzealand
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Savor today, embrace tomorrow!
More floral inspiration to start the week. Ask us about our special custom arrangements today.
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I was pleased to feature my dark oak trestle table at the @the_crucible ‘s 20 year anniversary party last night. I never imagined seeing it lit like this. Also figured is @gambino_fab ‘s Big Pink, and a host of other wonders works from our super creative community. I feel blessed to have found it.
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Staircase inspiration. Which is your favorite...1, 2, or 3? 🖤🤔 #hdbinspo
For the lover of vintage, our Cuomo Chaise is an updated take on the classic Chesterfield. Supported by a hand-finished metal base, this design has deep hand-tufted detailing on the inside arms, back and seat. It's the perfect companion for having a glass of crisp white or full-bodied red to end the weekend!
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The lengths we go to to keep resin from leaking out. Cardboard is great to compress between gaps to form a seal.
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Bedside table concept. Tube steel base with a wood drawer and shelf. My first thought was Walnut, but any species would be fine - Oak, Maple or maybe something exotic like Wenge?
Another session of make a small brass hammer this time at the Scarborough location of Lee Valley Tools. The fellas did a real nice job of theirs and I hope I passed on a few tricks and tips they hadn’t known before.
"Everything is complicated if no one explains it to you"
Here is a good example of detail work 🛠
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The final stage of the magnetic pull plan is complete! The one single pull works for the door, drawer, false bottom, and the secret drawer. The pull will normally live on the door and then be taken off and used elsewhere when needed.