Britton Timbers takes great pride in supplying the highest quality materials to artisans across Australia and around the world; to award winning craftsmen like those at Christian Cole Furniture, who are proving every day that there is a strong and growing market for superb quality, hand-crafted furniture.
Christian Cole Furniture is featured in the Winkelen Magazine Issue 2. Glorious Timber – Christian and Fiona celebrate the natural of wood and create stunning pieces that make a feature statement in any home.
Christian and Fiona Cole featured in The Journal of Furnishing, Fabrication and Design – Furnishing International Magazine Winter 2013 edition.
Fiona and Christian Cole is featured in the “Wood, Work, Life” story in the Australian Wood Review Magazine.
Christian cole’s award winning curved edge tall boy featured was featured on page 46 of Home Trend section of May edition Home Beautiful.
Channel 9′s Block uses Christian Cole’s Custom-made furniture for their current series “The Block Sky high”.
Furnishing International is Australia’s leading industry furnishing magazine. Furnishing International has been keeping readers informed with the latest industry news and trends for over 55 years.
Christian and Fiona Cole left the Australian Furniture of the Year Awards with their arms full after winning a number of categories in both the Vic Tas Awards and the Nationals – including the big one – The Best of the Best for their iconic Coupled Curve Bedroom Suite.
Christian Cole Furniture has been featured on the extremely popular Interiors Addict blog site. The site provides information about interior design and styling, homewares, furniture and the personalities behind them.
This year the Best of the Best category was won by a boutique Melbourne furniture company, Christian Cole Furniture, which makes customised solid timber furniture and cabinetry using recycled or FSC certified timber.
Christian Cole Furniture has been featured on the Luxury Home Design Magazine. Luxury Home Design is a leading national magazine featuring profiles on residential architecture and building design, interior design, decorating, kitchens and bathrooms [...]
“Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment, full effort is full victory”. Mahatma Gandhi It’s 8pm and I am sorting all the work I have bought work home from the office, as I must everyday, in an endeavor to keep up with my workload. As my teeth clench down on a fresh Nicabate […]
Christian Cole Furniture has been featured on the Green Magazine. Green is a bi-monthly publication that showcases the most interesting and creative sustainable designs from architects and landscapers around Australia and internationally.
Christian Cole Furniture has won in 6 categories with their exquisite handmade timber furniture. The Awards recognise and encourage excellence in the design, manufacture and marketing of Australia’s home grown furniture.
We have constructed a new range called the Nambung range which in Aboriginal means ‘bent” or “twisted”. It’s hand crafted using a very difficult and unique joinery technique – curved solid timber finger joint. The timber is American Walnut and American Oak.
Christian Cole Furniture has been featured on the Complete Home e-Magazine. It highlights our passion for creating handsome and sophisticated furniture and our philosophy on sustainable practices.
Constructed on land once stood upon by the explorer Captain W. N. Wovell, the new Wool Store, “a modern three – story building” was designed by Stuart Brothers, architects from Camperdown built by a local contractor named Mr. J. Flood.
Country comfort in a contemporary stool. Designed and constructed by Christian Cole, the Tractor Stool is fabricated using solid recycled hardwood timber. Wholesale orders welcome.
I”m back at work and in the words of one of my best friends – “I’m livin’ on the edge”. I am referring to my endeavor to work with 6 and 9 year old boys in tow. As I type these words my concentration is being severely tampered by the blaring sounds of Justin Bieber, […]
Just as our own children evoke many emotions such as; pride, frustration, angst etc, so to our “boys” at work. We’ve learnt over the years to remember the significance of the issues in their lives and how it impacts on their work.
Last Saturday was a good day. Christmas is always a busy time for our business and with juggling work, tired children and a lingering illness I was feeling exhausted and just a little jaded. They say the universe provides and it provided exactly what I needed that day.