Skip to main content


Photo credit:Fred Kroh

Situated in the small dairy town of Longwarry, craftsman Christopher Scott utilises over 21 years of experience to craft furniture to be used everyday and enjoyed for life.

We are so proud to launch our new Furniture Courses, an incredible opportunity to have craftsman tuition from Christopher and also learn to craft your own heirloom piece of furniture.

No previous experience is required.

We are offering 3 courses:

1. An Introduction to Veneer.

Christopher's passion in traditional furniture has always included the art of veneering. He has built many awe inspiring pieces featuring the stunning grain and patterning that only veneer can provide. With this introductory course, you will learn the traditional craft of solid timber veneering.

You will learn how to:
Cut, stitch and apply veneer.
Grain matching, pattern layout & Bookmatching.
Adhesive and substrate selection

Cost: $320
You will also take home a veneer saw, a pack of veneer to continue with your new found skill.

Class sizes: Max 6 people.

One day (7-8hours)
Date: Saturday 11th May 2019.

While we implement our booking system, please email us at to secure your place.

2. Shaker Inspired Breakfast Table.

Imagine waking up each morning to enjoy breakfast on a table you handcrafted yourself.  This 3 day course will bring this dream to life.

You will learn:
Traditional Mortise & Tenon joinery
Hand planing
Jointing panels

Cost: $1,250
All materials provided, timber choices available on booking and you will leave with your very own shaker inspired breakfast table.

Class sizes: Max 4 people.

3 days
(24-27 hours total)
Date: Thursday 30th, Friday 31st May, 1st June.

While we implement our booking system, please email to secure your place.

3. Craftsman's Workbench

Construct the craftsman's workbench Christopher Scott uses in his own Workshop. A traditional timber workbench, with a 65mm thick top and heavy solid hardwood base teamed with an Australian made Dawn vice this is the ultimate bench for any woodworker.

Timber choices available on booking.

Cost: $2,750

Class sizes: Max 3 people.

5 days. (40-45 hours total)
Monday 10th - Friday 14th June 2019.

While we implement our booking system, please email to secure your place.

We look forward to welcoming you to our workshop, please do not hesitate in contacting us with any questions.


Popular posts from this blog

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

From our Gippsland Workshop, to your home, please contact us to bring your next dream piece to life.

The Vault - Whiskey Cabinet

The Vault, a premium Whiskey cabinet designed and made by Christopher Scott in his Gippsland workshop.

Christopher utilised the incredible Tasmanian Blackwood from Hydrowood, that has spent the last 25 years under Tasmanian waters.  The interior is fitted with Tasmanian Kangaroo leather & secured with a Tasmanian Jacksons Lock.

This piece is proudly on display for a limited time at the Design Tasmania - Lost & Found exhibition.

Christopher also recently debuted his lounge chair, constructed from Hydrowood celery top pine and finished in Australian Made Warwick fabric. This piece is available to view in our Longwarry showroom, please contact  us to make an appointment.

Stay up to date with Christopher's commissions on Facebook & Instagram

Whiskey Cabinets

With his love of the wild grained timbers, teamed with all the facets of Whiskey, it was only time that Christopher combined his two passions together.

"The Vault" Whiskey Cabinet has been designed and constructed by Christopher, utilising Huon Pine salvaged by Hydrowood from Lake Pieman. Huon Pine trees are some of the oldest and rarest in the world, and grow exclusively in Tasmania.  Taking around 500 years to mature, it is incredible to note that this timber starting growing before Australia had been discovered and before the world's oldest Whiskey distillery Old Bushmills had been established in 1608.

Christopher utilised the stunning Tasmanian Blackwood from Hydrowood, that has spent the last 25 years under Tasmanian waters. The interior is fitted with Tasmanian Kangaroo leather and secured with a Tasmanian Jacksons Lock. 

You can read more about the incredible Hydrowood story here:

Straight from the Workshop floor, this piece is the newest member…