Wing back chair

Updated: December 15, 2017

Here is the finished wing back chair!

Custom made wing back chair

 


November 16, 2017

Progress shot of a wing back chair. We are making a slightly modified copy of the one in the left of the photo. Watch out for the finished product!

Custom-built silver ash dining chairs

Jeff was more than delighted to take delivery on these new custom built upholstered silver ash dining chairs. They are made to match a table that we had previously made for him.

Custom-made silver ash dining chair

Custom-made silver ash dining chairs

 

Custom bed head

A rustic bed head produced from a picture. Something a little different.

custom-made bed head

custom-made bed head

Silver ash table

Updated: September 20, 2017

The table top being made.


September 11, 2017

The final stages of base assembly of a beautiful silver ash dining table.

Black barn doors

Updated: September 18, 2017

Here are progress shots. As soon as they’re installed down on the Gold Coast, we’ll send you some pictures!

 


Updated: September 13, 2017

Striped timber and joinery has begun.


September 4, 2017

This is where it all begins. Second-hand materials for some good old-fashioned barn doors.

Custom CD rack

Updated: September 25, 2017

Custom-made CD rack from Victorian ash is now complete.

Custom-made CD rack

Custom-made CD rack

 


September 1, 2017

Progress on one of our latest custom CD racks. This one is pretty conventional with mainly a particular size and timber selection.

Daisy’s dual worship tables

Updated: June 7, 2017

Daisy’s mum and dad’s altars are taking shape. Ready for polishing.


May 26, 2017

Daisy came with her mum and dad to scope out some Chinese worship tables (altars).

There are some very strict rules to follow when building these pieces as dictated by our good client. For example, each dimensional measurement must have an “8” in it. Possibly the most common lucky number? 8 is considered lucky because its pronunciation is similar to that of the word ‘发’ (fa in) ‘发财’ (‘to make a fortune’).

A long journey

Greg came to Renowned because he’d been watching our website and news posts for a few years and decided that we were the right company to help him replicate his late grandmother’s display cabinet.

After she passed, the vultures moved in and cleaned out the house before Greg could get there to salvage the cabinet that his grandfather had made in 1925. He did manage to salvage some of the Royal Dalton china and has been adding to it ever since.

Using memory and with our craftsman’s assistance, we custom made a replica in silky oak with flocked drawers for the silverware.

Custom-made display cabinet

Custom-made display cabinet