• Nest-of-Tables
  • Alter Table
  • Ash Splayed Legged Cupboard
  • Jewellery Box
  • Marq CC Leg Detail
  • Marq CC Inside
  • Marquetry Bed
  • Oak Oxford Coffee Table
  • Pembroke Dining Table
  • Quilted Maple Demi Lune Side Table
  • Serp Sideboard
  • Serpentine Sideboard
  • Walnut Sideboard
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  • Stockbridge Side Board
  • Walnut Lamp Tables
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  • Bookcase
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  • Rylands Rocking Chair
  • Rylands Dining Chair
  • Natland Dining Chair
  • Natland Dining Chair Back
  • Ragley Dining Chair
  • Rylands Carver Chair
  • Light Oak Arched Rail Ladder Back Dining Chair
  • Nest of TablesInspired by movement for pleasant interaction. Click to read more.
  • Dining / Altar TableMade in English oak with gothic tracery forming the ends joined by two arched braces.
  • Ash Splayed Legged CupboardMade in olive rippled ash with walnut details to the doors which form hidden handles.
  • Jewellery BoxMade in fiddle back mahogany with brass inlay.
  • Burr Walnut Marquetry CabinetThis amazing piece was made in burr walnut with rosewood legs and ripple sycamore interior. The honeysuckle marquetry not only runs up the leg onto the bow fronted panels and onto the top but also wends it’s way inside onto the drawers.
  • Burr Walnut Marquetry Cabinet OpenThis amazing piece was made in burr walnut with rosewood legs and ripple sycamore interior. The honeysuckle marquetry not only runs up the leg onto the bow fronted panels and onto the top but also wends it’s way inside onto the drawers.
  • Marquetry BedThis wonderful bed was made in English oak has a honeysuckle design winding up the bed posts and across onto the bed head. The marquetry endeavours to be as naturalistic as possible with bees and butterflies adding to it’s beauty.
  • Oak Oxford Glass Top Coffee TableThis amazing flowing design escapes having to provide a leg at each corner. It is very strong and light in appearance with the toughened glass top supported on stainless steel pegs.
  • Pembroke Dining TableThis circular dining table has an organic feel to the design which offers fabulous stability and ergonomics and can be made in different sizes.
  • Quilted Maple Demi Lune Side TableSemi-circular side table in maple. The top is veneered with 8 sections of quilted maple. The drawer is cockbeaded with rosewood and inlay the top and drawer front inaid with 1.5 mm rosewood line.
  • Serpentine SideboardShown here in oak and pippy oak door panels, this sideboard has also been made with oak curl and plain oak door and drawers. The doors and drawers are cockbeaded with rosewood and a rosewood line is inlaid in the drawer fronts.
  • Oak Serpentine SideboardThis takes the traditional serpentine shape and gives it a modern twist that would sit amongst new and old with ease. This version has plain panels and drawer fronts as opposed to burr.
  • Walnut Serpentine SideboardWalnut Serpentine Sideboard with burr drawer and door fronts, note the inlay which passes through both drawer and door handles.
  • Stockbridge SideboardThis cantilevered design was developed by William Hall and is made in olive ash from Gloucestershire. It has a set of drawers on the left of the supporting posts and a single cupboard with two doors counterbalancing the design.
  • Stockbridge SideboardAll the external dovetail joints are hand cut and the handle recesses are lined in rosewood. The legs and vertical supports are built around a steel frame to provide the strength needed.
  • Walnut Lamp TablesLamp Table with boxwood inlay in the top and rails.
  • A Walnut & Yew Curiosity CabinetThis piece opens up to reveal a stack of drawers to hold all those special treasures that would otherwise be lost.
  • A Walnut & Yew Curiosity CabinetThe drawers in the hinged front sections are pivoted on bearings allowing them to be supported while open.
  • A Walnut & Yew Curiosity CabinetThe drawers in the hinged front sections are pivoted on bearings allowing them to be supported while open.
  • A Walnut & Yew Curiosity CabinetThis piece opens up to reveal a stack of drawers to hold all those special treasures that would otherwise be lost.
  • A Walnut & Yew Curiosity CabinetThis piece opens up to reveal a stack of drawers to hold all those special treasures that would otherwise be lost.
  • Olive Ash BookcaseBookcase made in olive ash, with a panelled back, splayed legs and adjustable shelves.
  • Davenport DeskMade in English cherry with home grown walnut bandings and handles.
  • Music Stand This graceful design allows the music rest to be raised and lowered depending on the position of the performer. The rear leg plays on the shape of the bass clef and the locating peg harks back to the tuning pegs on stringed instruments.
  • Rylands Rocking ChairMade in English oak with a shaped leather covered seat and ergonomic shaped back splats.
  • Rylands Dining Chair
  • Endmoor Dining ChairEndmoor dining chair with a drop in seat, also available with an upholstered back
  • Ragley Dining ChairRagley dining chair available with different numbers of back slats
  • Ragley Dining ChairRagley dining chair in American Cherry with detail of the back splat
  • Rylands Carver Chair
  • Ladder Back Dining ChairLight Oak arched rail ladder back dining chair in light oak
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With over 40 years’ experience, Peter Hall & Son are one of the leading furniture makers in the North of England. Our showroom and furniture-making workshop are based in Staveley, Cumbria, in the southern region of the Lake District. Having this beautiful countryside on our doorstep has provided an appreciation of nature and the beauty of natural forms found in the carefully selected woods and other natural materials used in our furniture designs.

Peter Hall & Son’s furniture designs often take inspiration from the Arts and Crafts Movement; designs are not over-embellished and each piece of furniture relies on the beauty of the wood. Often perceived as a traditional style of furniture design, the Arts and Crafts Movement which rose to prominence in the late 1800s, has seen a recent resurgence, due to the simplicity of design and clever twists in the use of materials. Jeremy Hall uses his practical knowledge of furniture-making and strong understanding of materials to interpret the Arts and Crafts Movement with a contemporary slant. Peter Hall & Son will never forget its roots, and this is evident in the traditional manufacturing methods used in our workshops, but understands the need to adopt a more contemporary style. This is achieved through the choice of unusual woods or veneers, and the incorporation of glass and locally sourced Lakeland slate. The skill of the furniture maker is still paramount, highlighted by finely hand-cut drawer dovetails, serpentine fronts, curved rails, splayed legs and each piece finished with a hand carved logo.

Most of our furniture is truly bespoke. If there is a piece of furniture illustrated on our website that particularly appeals to you, but it does not fit your exact requirements, please contact us. If you have a piece of furniture in mind, for your home or office, then Jeremy will be able to help you make your vision a reality.

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Our workshop and showroom provides an interesting tourist destination for those travelling to the Lake District and we also welcome our clients to visit during the production, or restoration of their bespoke furniture.

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