Entries by Martin

Local Neighbourhood Trug Dealer

  After the last couple of weekends worth of very busy and successful local craft markets I am now very busy replacing stock of one of my best selling items, the humble Garden Trug. These are extremely popular and often sell out, they are very useful around the garden and a must for the avid […]

Three of a kind

When I am not on site I have my work truck parked on the corner of our property in Chalford Hill, Stroud. We live on the corner of a quiet road opposite a huge play park with amazing views across the valley. Well since having the company name added to my truck last year I […]

Don’t Pigeon Hole Me

One of this weeks projects was to build a set of wall mounted pigeon holes to house a collection of cats.  I decided to use pallet wood for the job and added brass label frames and brass wall hangers. I enjoyed making them so much that I was inspired to make another slightly larger set […]

Ever Expanding Business

     Extending the Good With Wood (Stroud) Workshop As business continues to grow so does the need for more workshop space. To be sure that there will be sufficient space to build even the largest of projects, the extension increases the space by over 5 square metres. Its all been made for reclaimed wood […]

Beer Caddies Back in Stock

After a busy weekend at the Stroud Farmers market I completely sold out of 6 bottle beer caddies so I have been busy today making 3 more ready for the Cirencester Craft Market this Saturday. If you can’t make it to the market this weekend but missed out last Saturday don’t worry, I will have […]

Spring Is in the Air

Loving the change in the weather this last week, the garden is full of flowering bulbs, the trees are blossoming and sunshine is starting to feel warm on your back. This time of year is always inspiring and this week I am busy making items for the garden, along with my ever popular Garden Trugs […]

Beer O’clock

This rustic wall mounted drinks cabinet is made from reclaimed pallet wood with a door made from reclaimed pine floor boards with a rusty corrugated iron insert. the cabinet is designed to be ambidextrous, in other words it can be hung either way up so that the door can open in the direction that suits […]

Parcels Please…

Although I have made lots of these kind of wooden boxes this one was designed specifically as a parcel box, the wood is reclaimed spruce furniture boards from a neighbour’s shed. the boards were treated with creocote against the wet weather finished with a clear satin varnish and the insides painted with outdoor sage green […]

Mirror, Mirror

One of my favourite items to make is the pallet wood framed mirror, these can be either wall hung or mounted or stand up mirrors with an adjustable pallet wood stand. The size of each mirror is generally dictated by the size of the original mirror plus the width of the pallet wood but I […]

Mirror in the bathroom

This week I was busy making new items for the Cirencester and Frome Markets, among the many items I made was this rustic bathroom cabinet complete with mirror and towel rail. The mirror frame is made from reclaimed pitch pine floor boards from a 1960’s house in Hatherley, the mirror was from a charity shop […]