Scottish bespoke handmade funiture from Ochre & Wood
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Welcome!

Welcome to Ochre & Wood, makers of bespoke handmade furniture. Artisan in approach and philosophy.

Ochre & Wood specialises in designing and making bespoke furniture turning our hands to anything from a small coffee table to a full kitchen. Based in rural Aberdeenshire, Ochre & Wood makes hand-crafted furniture for clients across the UK.

Ochre & Wood also undertakes restoration and repair work, giving your cherished pieces a renewed lease of life.

We would love to hear from you so please contact us to discuss a new commission or refurbishing your own furniture

Portfolio

Look at our work

We work mainly to commission, producing one off pieces based around our clients’ own ideas. We endeavour to work with Scottish sourced hardwoods – most often trees that have succumbed to Scotland’s harsh blasts of weather. We are happy however to work in wood from around the world where required. Click on the pictures to look at our selection of work.

Our Portfolio

Commissioning

Bring your dream to life

When you decide to commission a piece, we will arrange meetings firstly to discuss your ideas and then to go through our sketch designs and a price quote for your approval. Before commencing work, we ask for a deposit, normally 50% of the agreed price, with the balance being payable on delivery.

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What our clients say…

Testimonials
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"Mike has a natural design sense which captures the elegance and sensitivity that matches his demeanour.  His understanding of materials, functionality and traditional woodworking is only exceeded by his artistic vision.  I am sure Mike's work will be coveted by collectors around the world in years to come."

S Grove Designer, Craftsman, Tutor New York, US May 14, 2016

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