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Welcome to our shop page where you can browse the range of furniture and pieces that we have for sale. Here we have included our popular products but of course any of them can be customised to suit your requirements, or commissioned from scratch. Please get in touch if you have any questions about any of our work.

 

  • This gorgeous guitar stand is made using a laminating process. A unique bendy plywood product is used for the core.
  • The traditional stool was locally called a creepie. They were common in every home and were also used for tasked around the farms such as milking cows. They were also a popular school project to teach children woodworking skills.
  • Mood cube

    £75.00
    This mood cube was designed as part of a project to help promote Shetland dialect.
  • Beautiful oak serving platter with decorative hand shaped curved detailing.
  • The concept for these tea light holders  were created as part of the geometric range of gifts that I developed using the band saw for rough shaping which is then hand shaped and smoothed using sanders. When purchased in sets of three they make several beautiful geometric shapes in different configurations
  • The traditional stool was locally called a creepie. They were common in every home and were also used for tasked around the farms such as milking cows. They were also a popular school project to teach children woodworking skills.
  • The vaarie coffee table very striking design which is inspired from a concept idea that was made in plumbing pipe and elbow connectors. The symmetrical flowing shape of the oak timber legs reflect the meaning of it name vaarie which is a Shetlandic words meaning change of direction.
  • A beautiful decorative wooden bowl made from zebrano timber.  The strips in the timber are a natural feature of the wood. The rectangular blank is hand turned on a lathe to create the curved edges of the bowl. It is finished with Danish oil to give it a soft durable surface.
  • The Peat ingrained candle holders are made from ash. The unusual geometrical shape is produce on a bandsaw and then finished with a smoothing plane.
  • The Shetland chair was inspired from the traditional furniture found in the 19th century croft houses. This furniture had a beautiful simple style which looks great in modern homes.
  • Gorgeous book ends hand crafted from quality beech timber. Finished with danish oil to bring out the warm and colour of the wood and branded with our distinctive logo. They have a none slip base to stop movement on slippery surfaces.
  • “Functionally beautiful and beautifully functional” The trivets function really well with various sizes of pots and hot plates. They can be moved wider to accommodate larger dishes. They are very resistant to hot surfaces.