Posts Tagged ‘bespoke furniture’

Personal diy Woodwork projects in Essex Blog

By Warton Woodworks

Sometimes I like to make my own woodwork projects.   In my spare time I regularly construct bespoke oak wood furniture at my home in Brentwood, Essex. Currently I construct two different woodwork projects, oak wood coffee tables and oak wood double beds. All diy woodwork projects I make are from high quality greenwood oak. All items are then sanded and treated.

You may be wondering what greenwood oak actually is.  Greenwood oak basically has a high moisture content.  Oak in general has different levels of moisture contained in the wood.  Greenwood oak is usually considered to have a moisture content over 30%.  If greenwood oak is treated in the correct manner, then it is usually easier to work with, compared to dry oak (or seasonal oak).  Green oak is also very desirable due to its beautiful natural appearance, injecting style and elegance into any room.  Each piece of greenwood oak I hand craft has its own unique grain pattern.  Solid oak furniture lasts for years if looked after.

Below is one of my green wood oak coffee tables I have made.  I actually use this one in my living room.

If you like these diy woodwork projects you can view more on my Google+ community page.  Here you will see not only my woodwork projects, but other peoples too.  Or maybe you wish to join in.

Wartonwoodworks Google+ Community page

by

In:Joinery DIY

Comments Off on Joinery Blog Essex | London | Warton Woodworks

Joinery Blog Essex and London

By Warton Woodworks

We have created this joinery blog to share our wood working achievements.  We will be updating this blog with joinery projects and how to guides.  Our tradesmen have years of experience in joinery.  All have been trained via an apprenticeship scheme to NVQ level 3.

Types of work this joinery blog covers

  • Projects which involve the use of butt joints.
  • Projects which involve the use of mitered butt joints.
  • Projects which involve the use of half lap joints.
  • Projects which involve the use of tongue and groove joints.
  • Projects which involve the use of mortice and tenon joints.
  • Projects which involve the use of through dovetail joints.

→ Read more