This recently completed TV cabinet in Western Australian sheoak was designed with the future in mind. With technology changing as rapidly as it is there will come a time when we don’t need DVD recorders/players or receivers in the TV … Continue reading →
As I’ve mentioned in previous blogs, one of the most important features of my furniture is the joint techniques used. This has always been standard in my practice, for good reason; joints such as dovetails, mortice and tenon and housing … Continue reading →
Visually appealing as well as functional, coffee tables are an integral part of any living room or reception area/foyer. Using glass topped tables assists in creating a sense of space, and also allows for appreciation of the timber frame beneath. … Continue reading →
“I would highly recommend Peter for any requirement where a work of excellence is needed”
Just thought I would let you know that my beautiful Jarrah blanket box arrived safely today (all the way from Perth WA to Wollongong NSW) and I am very happy with the outstanding quality of the workmanship.
I can highly recommend the removal company, the blanket box was well protected and arrived in perfect condition. The removalist unpacked the blanket box and placed it in the room for me.
When I was on the internet looking for a custom made blanket box in a design I liked, I was happy when I found your website. Then I realised you were on the other side of the country, that was not a problem to Peter. Peter was terrific to deal with kept me up dated on the progress of the blanket box and time frame when it would be completed and delivered.
I would highly recommend Peter for any requirement where a work of excellence is needed.
The jarrah blanket chest is for a client in NSW, ordered after viewing photos of the blanket chests on my website. It was custom made to the client’s size specifications for her new apartment which is short on storage. The … Continue reading →
The home theatre cabinet and toy box are now finished and ready for delivery. With a number of coats of natural oil polish on each piece it really brings the timber alive, particularly the figured grain on the toy box. … Continue reading →
I am currently working on a large home theatre cabinet in solid WA Marri, built in the same style as the toy box featured in a previous blog. As you can see in the photos, there are a lot of hand … Continue reading →
I’m in the process of making this toy box which matches the design of existing pieces of furniture in the client’s home. Instead of using dovetail joints on the corners like my original toy box design, I’ve incorporated a sliding … Continue reading →
This project was certainly one of the most unique to date, and with a nice story behind it. My client was given this dive helmet as a Christmas gift, and shortly after he decided it would be great to use as a … Continue reading →
The concept for this banquet seating came about due to the client’s requirement for more storage space in their apartment. By making the seat hinged the space underneath made for a valuable, easy access storage area. The timber used for … Continue reading →