Christopher Twigg logo, designer % maker of furniture & cabinetry

I design and make fine furniture to heirloom quality.


Made by my own hand with responsibly sourced fine materials, I place a premium on craftsmanship and quality.









It takes time and commitment to make truly great craft products.


In fact my offer to you is the time and care I invest in each piece of furniture I make. I only produce in small quantities and I take the liberty of working slowly, wherever it's required, to achieve high quality.


My furniture designs are influenced by Modernist ideals which involve decorative restraint and expression of pure form. You’ll see the natural character of wood at play in my work too.




Work desk (pictured in Oak).

Dimensions 1020mm length x 570mm width x 940mm height.

Coffee Table (pictured in natural Beech/stained & waxed Beech wood).

Dimensions 980mm length x 460mm width x 340mm height.

Bedside table/drawer pair (pictured in Sapele wood)

Dimensions 400mm length x 320mm width x 540mm height.

Occasional table (pictured in Sapele wood)

Dimensions 360mm length x 240mm width x 670mm height.


Pricing and availability:

If you'd like info about pricings or for enquiries about stocking my furniture please get in touch.



I make with a variety of responsibly sourced hardwoods including Ash, Oak, Chestnut, Sycamore, Cherry, Beech, Tulipwood, Sapele and Walnut.

Bespoke Projects

Commissioning bespoke work always involves a conversation and an initial meeting. Good communication is vital because there are so many design and material options and I always want to fully understand your vision. The goal is that the end product will be spot on for you.



This is a made to measure kitchen with a solid oak drainer worktop, inset belfast sink, soft closing drawers, an integrated dishwasher and custom cabinetry around existing boiler/service pipes.


If you have something special in mind the first step is to get in touch with me either by email or Facebook to start the conversation.



Iím a designer and maker. I find both of these activities inseparable. Starting out as a Toolmaker apprentice, I then followed a career in Graphic Design and, later on, University teaching. I gained a Masters degree in Design in 2010 and since then have been following my real passion — which is designing and working with wood.


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