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Timber Framed Farm Buildings

Timber Framed Farm Buildings

Cotswold Woodcraft have much experience historically of building farm buildings, outbuildings, stables and stools. Combining this with offering a fencing service, and outbuilding maintenance propositions, Cotswold Woodcraft can help in many areas. We have also been known to help with potato picking on a specific farm we have worked on.

Our experience is also extended from building farm structures to high end listed building protocols; typically seen when converting large old farm buildings into domestic dwellings. These buildings are typically for farm workers, but on occasions, they have been used for holidays encouraging the younger generation by the introduction of farm life.

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Cotswold Woodcraft Online Catalogue

There are a limited number of handcrafted home and garden furniture items priced and available to purchase online. Other popular items that are made to measure are also listed below with an enquiry form for any questions you may have. These bespoke pieces are stained, waxed and polished to suit your design requirements so the photos are for illustration purposes only.

The items on this page change regularly so act quick if you see something you like.

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Built In Furniture For Private Homes

Home Furniture Installations

Our home furniture installations cover massive range of requirements from building your flatpack furniture that you've bought elsewhere to a fully bespoke survey, build and install service. There's a full range of material options available so you can be sure to get the best match for your existing decor.

Modern, Traditional or the Best Of Both

The Cotswolds has mix of traditional cottages and listed homes so we offer furniture that gives you the reliability and functionality that comes with modern materials all fronted with traditional materials that blend seamlessly into their surroundings.

When repairing or building onto existing workmanship we do our best to source salvaged materials of a similar age and style so the new looks like it's always been there.