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The Hendrick



The Hendrick bed launched at Farmworld 2016, is available in all standard bed sizes, and timbers.  Pictured here as a King size, in stunning Blackwood fiddleback veneer, that Christopher recently handpicked from Tasmania.





The Hendrick, in a king size with a two panel bed head also in fiddleback Blackwood veneer.



A recent variation of the king size Hendrick bed, with no foot end and utilising BLUM soft close runners for two drawers on each side.


Christopher was awarded in The Australian Furniture Industry Awards, in 2015 for his Jindivick Bed, taking the trophy for "Residential Bedroom" Read more of his award here: Residential Bedroom


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