Free-standing fine furniture
traditional joints and designed and created to fulfil your aesthetic and functional requirements.
Whether it’s a cabinet, dining table or jewellery box, we will make it something you will treasure
and pass on to future generations.
We work mainly with private clients with home based projects. but have also made furniture for a
doctors surgery and larger companies like the exhibition and boardroom table for XL Video
You are the client and I don’t want you to like the final piece…
…I want you to love it!
From watch boxes, to TV easels, scooter and bike racks, phone and iPad amplifiers, there is no limit to what we can design and create at Benedict’s Fine Furniture. If you have a quirky idea or an unusual problem to solve, we are happy to get our creative juices going with a bespoke solution.
About the Creator
Benedict O’Boyle creates beautiful bespoke hardwood furniture, crafts and modern furniture solutions for your home. Bringing together your ideas, with his expertise to give you functional furniture that meets your needs and looks fantastic. From simple storage solutions to heirloom pieces, Benedict will design and create unique furniture for unique people. Benedict often allows the natural grain of the timber do the talking, but certainly isn’t afraid to go all out with a “wow” piece. Art Deco curves, contrasting woods, hand-cut dovetails, inlays and the works, challenges accepted.
He clearly has a less serious side too; with his “TV Easel” a wooden artist’s Easel for your flat screen, the timber bicycle hanger and crocodile shaped scooter racks, ideal to get them off the floor and onto the wall. Benedict uses beautiful materials to create accessories that solve modern problems and make life more convenient, function leads the way but form is always close behind. We all want something that works…but that doesn’t mean it cant be beautiful too.
Benedict O’Boyle graduated in 2005 with a BA Hons in Furniture Design and Craftsmanship from Buckinghamshire Chilterns University. Renown in design circles for its Fine Craft course.
With a box of hand tools and family on the way, he set up a workshop in the countryside of Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire and has been settled there ever since. Save for a long, round the world backpacking trip with his wife, and their 3 year old daughter. Their adventure can be followed from Africa to Argentina in his published book, ‘Little steps around the world’.