Every Wednesday we work in our Norwich workshop to create bespoke items for our customers!
The most frequent items we make are doors but we also make lots of other unique products.
– bed frames,
– bedroom furniture,
– desk tops,
– storage boxes,
All made from new or reclaimed oak and pine.
We would also be open to any queries as to what we could make for you as we always like a challenge!
We may not specialise in making certain types of furniture but we would always give anything a go! Just message us on here or through our e-mail/phones to see what we could create for you.
Anything we make is a one off product, no one would have anything the same!
We really enjoy having this more creative side to our business, it gives us a chance to put the skills we have learned throughout the years to the test.
We use a variety of efficient machinery to make our products and we take pride in every little detail.
Our latest project has involved refurbishing old benches, giving old, worn out furniture a new lease of life!
We have completely revamped some of our old stock, giving them a modern touch. We currently have a few of similar items available.
This particular bench is made out of reclaimed building materials. It consists of oak/hardwood with a wrought iron frame.
These pieces of garden furniture look great in any outdoor space and are completely repaired and strong.
Its never too late to save something old and create something new with it!
We are always using our unused building materials and scraps of wood/metal to make something creative and we really enjoy having this interesting side to our business.
A Project Using Reclaimed Building Materials
Belle Grove is a magical and inspiring development in Suffolk, now a luxury guesthouse holiday destination.
Designed and built by Nick Fisher using materials reclaimed by Womack Buillding Supplies and collected from around the world.
Take a look at the Belle Grove Boutique Self Catering Retreat website for inspiration and see just what can be achieved with reclaimed building materials and architectural salvage.