The shape and size of this drinks cabinet was determined by the wine fridge which is concealed behind what looks like a side panel on the right hand end of the cabinet. In the left hand side a wine rack … Continue reading →
300 hours of craftsmanship went into the making of this modern design TV cabinet; timber selection, machining, hand cut joinery, sanding and finally the polishing. Each stage was meticulous to achieve the desired strength and look required to form the … Continue reading →
A combination of ‘quarter cut oak’ and ‘standard cut’ American oak has been used to form this modern TV cabinet. Initially designed by the client, I made small changes to bring symmetry to the piece without changing the overall look … Continue reading →
As part of an extensive renovation to the whole home, I was commissioned to create these feature panels around the fridge and back of the island bench. The client required more than standard ‘off the shelf’ products, and I made these … Continue reading →
This Marri bookcase cabinet was finished and installed in the client’s home theatre room just in time for Christmas. Used to house the clients collection of DVD and Blu ray movies, the shelving has since been filled up, along with … Continue reading →
The marri cabinet is really coming together now. The careful timber selection is highlighted in the book matching on the doors and drawer fronts. This feature is consistent with the back panels of the open shelving; they are a veneered … Continue reading →
The current commission I’m working on gave me a great opportunity to make a video to highlight the differences between traditional joinery which I use, and the modern joinery techniques, which the vast majority of other furniture makers are currently using.