If it can be made from timber, we can make it beautifully.

Jarrah Tavern Counters

The historic Quinninup Tavern was destroyed by fire in July 2017. The owner Dale Atkins rebuilt, employing Russell to design and build all the counters, tops and overhead fascade.

The rich dark Jarrah, frames the honey tones of the Marri panels complimenting the contemporary layout of the Tavern.

Jarrah Staircase Cabinetary

Russell's experience and precision to detail turned a complicated space under this feature staircase into an efficient piece of design. Both sides of the staircase where divided into unique storage facilities encompassing a large fridge in the kitchen and a bar fridge in the main living area. The solid Jarrah door fronts sit seamlessly within the staircase frame complimenting this country home.  

Marri Reception Counter, Slat Partitioning and Boardroom

A comprehensive office fitout features a solid Marri Reception counter that appears to float on the high gloss cabinet base. High gloss cabinetry is then used throughout with dramatic Marri slats walls dividing the work spaces. A solid Marri meeting room table completes the professional look.

Unique Jarrah and Marri Wall Panel

A solid Jarrah frame with solid Marri timber slat panels support and highlight a unique Jarrah burl that resembles the shape of Australia.

Solid Jarrah and Marri Counter

A number of counters where created for the Northcliffe Tourist and Interpretive Centre. Solid Jarrah frames the Marri panels and supports Jarrah slabs featuring natural edges for the counter tops. The result is furniture that helps symbolise the town’s unique location in the forest of WA’s South West.

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Antique Clock Housing

A classic and timeless piece of history is beautifully displayed in a solid jarrah and glass housing.