Nick Wright’s red oak and jesmonite jewellery storage cabinet was inspired by British sculptor Rachel Whiteread. The cabinet is internally lined with mint-green suede and equipped with in-built lighting, special Japanese hinges, two concealed dovetailed drawers and a secret compartment.
Tom Acland has created a wall-mounted drinks cabinet with end grain panelled doors, two inside drawers and shelf space. The mesmerising piece is beautifully patterned, with a fabric-like appearance from a distance.
Alec Brown stained the red oak black to create an interesting table top storage piece. The piece has gliding behind the handles and along the drawer slides which is revealed when the drawer is opened.
Jenna Eves's blanket chest features felted wood in between the joints.
Ben Coleman has created a fully functioning toolbox in ebonised red oak with gilded handle that opens in the middle.
Jamie Waite designed a wall-hanging shelf with sliding fabric doors and an accompanying table.
Peter Marlow created a gentleman's valet chair.
A re-imagining of a Maōri Wakahuia, a feather box.
Jack Salvidge designed two stools with an accompanying box to store them.
Harry Swift's cabinet features doors with steam-bent details.