Originating from Iceland, Michael has spent the past 18 years enriching his appreciation of Tasmanian timbers. His knowledge of resource and production stems from building, carpentry and joinery, employment with Forestry Tasmania as plantation monitor, to running a timber yard and being a successful timber merchant.
As a wood craftsman, he restored furniture and made functional home items before turning his talents to wood design, and completing a Diploma of Fine Arts in Furniture Making in 1998. Michael's business, Forest to Furniture, guarantees you quality and customer satisfaction.
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Chest of drawers -- Wattle and Tasmanian Oak.
A piece like this could be yours for $A750. (plus freight).
Celerytop pine & myrtle bookcase/ stereo cabinet. This unit features elegant curved shelves, with inlay. A stunning and useful addition for any home. It could be yours for as little as $A1000. The design may be altered to suit individual requirements. For example this model allows the option of doors if needed and shelf heights made to suit individual needs.
|Side table with blown glass handle All furniture items display quality workmanship. Dovetail joints add a finer finish to each piece -- as can be seen from this side table.|
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