Xbox table: Client required a table for his sons room. Main requirement was that it fit an Xbox underneath, allowing the cables to come out the back. Design was made Up-cycling two dining chairs and a reclaimed table top. Chairs were stripped, removing all fabric and fixings, cut to size, sanded and sealed. They were then fixed together, upside down and then shelves fitted. Top was sanded and sealed then fixed to base.
Computer desk: Ok then my most important client (the Wife) seen the XBox desk and wanted it! Unfortunately for both of us it was already taken so we had to make another. This time we added plywood drawers and used the original framework supports as the handles. Several pieces of wavy beech we joined together to form the top.
Refurb table: Client wanted the vintage table refreshed and modernised. Table was sanded to remove thick vintage varnish. This allowed the veneer grain to shine through. Table was then sealed in a clear lacquer. White panels were cut and glued onto drawers to give a fresh modern look. Handles were removed, and years of oxidisation removed to reveal the brass underneath, and then refitted.
TV table : Client wanted an oversized unit to place TV and peripherals. Unit was made entirely of reclaimed materials and off-cuts. A combination of Oak and Walnut finished with a natural bees wax.