A photo journal of some of our projects as we enthuse personality into our items.
We found this quaint trio in a local vintage shop. They instantly demanded our attention as we began to see what we could transform them into. The most difficult decision was how best to utilise them, keep them together as a set or separate them and repurpose the stools?
They're staying together, they're perfectly matched and we wish them every happiness in their future new life together! I can't wait to show off their transformation.
We fell in love with the detail on these cast iron bases. The stools don't match in pattern with the table, but we still feel it's important to keep them as a set. In our minds the trio have seen many a romance as well as a hard earned thirst quencher at the end of the day, it would be almost criminal to separate them!
The table has two fish adorning the base with some beautiful scrolling on it's feet.
Our Victorian Bar Stools stripped naked!
This is one of our Victorian Bar Stools undergoing the first stages of it's transformation. I love seeing our stonemason get stuck in, even when it involves soap and water!
These legs were buried behind a whole heap of other treasures in a reclamation yard that our stonemason visited on a whim. The moss covered toe peeked out and he was determined to see what the legs looked like. As soon as he uncovered them he was smitten and knew immediately what stone he wanted to create this table with. The most difficult thing was deciding if this table should be indoor or outdoors, should the moss stay or should we give them a new lease of life? We opted for making new from old, and after our magic formula to ensure the natural patina remains as a mark of their journey, we're very happy that we made the right decision.
There's a lot of work that goes in to our tables, from the selection of the right stone to the edge detailing, every step of the way we're working hard to produce beautiful items.