Changing rooms

It’s been a fun week so far, I’ve transformed a bedroom, come storage room into a new bedroom. first, the room was emptied and most of the furniture was skipped, along with the old carpet and underlay. Then, the room was treated to a fresh coat of paint and a new floor. The bedroom door…

Old Christmas trees

Are you like me and hate waste? Well, if yes, then here’s a nifty idea how to re-purpose your old Christmas treeis. If unlike me you don’t fancy making these, yourself then let me know and I’ll make them for you; I also make many other designs, too. Whatever the task, just ask!

The doors

I really nice customer who is moving into their new home in Calverley – once all the home development – plastering, decorating; new carpets, electrics – plus plumbing, and six oak doors, each one to be fitted with privacy locks. Each door needed to be cut to size and then fitted with three hinges and…

Toying around

Sometimes it’s great to get those unusual custom projects, like a recent request for a toy box to help celebrate a little boy’s very first Christmas. The grandparents wanted a particular style with some special wording (Twinkle Twinkle Billy Star) on the front of the box. They also wanted the design to present a light…

Storage, inside and outside.

One of my customers wanted a custom storage solution that made use of a small room just off the kitchen. To keep the kitchen design and flow I designed shelving that matched the units and doors. The same customer also wanted to store away her wheelie bins to soften the look out her front garden…

Those little finishes

It those little finishes that make all the difference. Including an oak fireplace mantle.   Whatever the task, just ask!

Opening doors in Stanningley

Shut that door. How? Just like that! It’s been a door hanging day in Stanningley today.   Whatever the task, just ask!

Garden boarder

A small job today, helping a customer prepare their garden for winter. This time the job involed tidying up thier garden and putting in a wooden boarder to retain the small embankment to one side of their house. The ground needed to be dug out to the required depth and then pressure treated boards were…