The Brandy Creek furniture range was a stunning range hand made here in Melbourne.
In 25 years of selling furniture its still one of my personal favourites. It featured high quality construction, beautiful textured rustic timbers, thick 40mm timber bench-tops and table tops and of course the Brandy Creek badge.
Unfortunately its no longer available however we have furniture makers who can bring together recycled timbers, textures and make furniture for us to link in perfectly with your existing Brandy Creek furniture at home.
We have completed furniture for our clients by matching the designs, stain colours and textures and created new items of furniture for them to compliment their Brandy Creek Range which they already own and love.
I must say I am really enjoying seeing natural mediums of timber mixed up with modern chairs styles and pops of colour.
This Australian made table is Ash with a natural edge giving it really earthy feel and then complimented with the Replica Modernist chair from Dare Gallery $69 each in their Jan SALE.
Makes a great combination and will look great set up at home.
A couple years ago a friend of mine asked me if I could make her a single slab redgum table 2700 x 1200 in size. Making the table was no problem but sourcing the timber slab was much harder. The slab needed to be about 2900 x 1300 -1400mm and at least 50mm thick. These are rare and hard to find timbers not readily available down at Bunnings!!
After many phone calls to my vast contacts in the timber furniture industry I was off to country Victoria to look at a stock pile of redgum slabs held by a 3rd generation family of timber merchants at their mill.
I was successful and got the perfect slab down to Melbourne and the finished table was beautiful and takes pride of place in my friends home.
What was interesting is the different “interaction” the natural bark edge creates with those dining. Whilst enjoying celebratory dinner with my wife and our friends at their new table, I noticed that everyone was running their fingers along the undulating natural edge, almost “experiencing the timbers history” via their sence of touch whilst enjoying a glass of red wine.
If your looking for a slab table in redgum get in touch.
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