We make commission pieces to suit any size and shape of garden, from the smallest of terraces up to the largest of public gardens, we understand that everyone’s requirements and imaginations are different and want to work with our customers to help them make these a reality. All our project are made from locally sourced timber, milled by ourselves and crafted into beautiful pieces.
Our commission works are usually one off pieces and are unique to each customer, we like to work closely with our customers to give them a product which meets their requirements and allows them to enjoy it fully.
If you are interested in our commission work, please feel free to get in touch by using the contact form on our contact page.
One of our more recent projects has been creating the trees for life shelter for Bettys & Taylors of Harrogate. This large learning shelter is situated in the woodland part of the garden at RHS Harlow Carr and is our biggest structure to date. The 8 sided shelter is 20 foot in diameter and is made entirely from locally sourced English oak. The trees we used for the shelter were sourced from local estates, the trees had reached their full maturity and were ready to be taken down, the spaces they left were restocked with more trees as part of a regeneration initiative.
We milled all the timber ourselves at our yard on our own sawmill, and carefully constructed all the joints to make the small timber frame of the shelter. This initial frame construction was undertaken at our workshop, the structure was then disassembled and re-erected on its base at Harlow Carr. At this point we clad the building in Wayne edged boards and crafted the roof structure which was finished with western red cedar shingles.