New workbench – Atelier Espenaer

New workbench

Handplaning a table top

Flattening the top of a new workbench for course participants. Courses start next week! Looking forward to it!

Are you interested? The June courses are already full, but we still have some vacancies in July. Click here to find out more.

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Glue art? :)

Glueing beams to form a table top

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Vrede posing in our atelier

Vrede - The headboard features typical elements of Espenaer design: triplet sticks, a 'hanging' element, and 'parallel legs'.

Our double bed frame Vrede posing in our atelier after a second coat of oil.

Vrede was entirely crafted by hand using traditional hand tools and techniques and made from salvaged honeylocust and maple from Amsterdam. For more information and photos click here.

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Counting on victory today!

Ajax in Europa League Final

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The Hanging Shelf

Geraamte's hanging shelf
The most characteristic feature of our side table Geraamte is most certainly the ‘hanging shelf’. It is the ideal spot to showcase an heirloom vase or your favorite brandy.

Geraamte is entirely crafted by hand using traditional tools and techniques and made of sustainably sourced elm and maple.

#geraamte #sidetable #collection #hangingshelf #handcrafted

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Glue-up of triplet sticks

Triplet sticks glue-up

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Some green in the atelier

Plants in the atelier

The window sills in our atelier were quite a mess, serving as a storage place for all kinds of stuff. It was time to clean up and add a touch of green. 🙂

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The beauty of honeylocust

Detail of Vrede

Detail of our bed frame Vrede, showing the beauty of honeylocust. Vrede was entirely made of salvaged honeylocust and maple from Amsterdam.

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Terrassen in the evening sun

Terrassen in the evening sun

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Mortises

Mortises

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