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We’re closing MAN WEEK with an introduction to a truly incredible local craftsperson.
Meet Bernard Chandley, a proper old fashioned furniture maker. From his workshop in Alphington, Melbourne, Bernard creates the kind of furniture you rarely see being made by hand any more. His traditional Windsor chairs are the kind that tend to stay in the family, handed from one generation to the next.
The March issue of Wood Review will feature the work of Melbourne bespoke furniture maker Bern Chandley. Bern has worked variously as a carpenter, joiner, set and prop builder but most recently has created a big name for himself as a maker of Windsor chairs and settees.
Bern Chandley Furniture, the eponymous fine furniture company by designer and maker, Bern Chandley, handcrafts windsor chairs using both traditional and modern techniques.
Bern devotes himself to the task of creating pieces of heirloom quality windsor chairs. While, his work also encompasses a wide variety of bespoke tables, cabinets and other furniture in the Shaker and Arts & Crafts styles.
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As we Return to the Source in Melbourne, we are also proud to announce the return of Conversation Series - an intimate style of seminars designed to inspire and prepare you for the busy retail season ahead.
You can never stop learning no matter where you are in your business journey, which is why Life Instyle presents an exclusive opportunity to hear from a stellar line-up of Australia’s most innovative experts and brand visionaries, who are on-board to inspire, educate and motivate you to be the best at what you do