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Brian Webster furniture

Mar 20 2013, 12:30 pm 0 Alex Roosen

I came across furniture designer and woodworker Brian Webster and was instantly intrigued by his hand crafted designs. I particularly like his hall table design (featured image) which is inspired by Maori spider designs and includes a silver spider hanging on one leg of the table for a truly unique touch. Balancing clean lines with a funky spider design twist and a useful drawer in solid walnut wood, I think it would look great in any hallway. Another version of the table also comes in elm and ash and features a pale Maori cobweb design, adding interest to the classically linear piece. If you’re a fan of Shaker style simplicity then I think you’ll really like the coffee table design based on a traditional Shaker style box, which also features copper rivets. My other favourite piece is the solid chest in yew and sycamore wood which incorporates 5000 year old Bog Oak detailing, a simple design that lets the beauty of the materials speak for themselves.

Designer: Brian Webster

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