Mackintosh reproduction furniture

I have created a range of items inspired by designs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, including reproductions of furniture created by Mackintosh which, more than a century on, still complement the contemporary interior with their clean lines and subtle stylised ornamentation.

For more examples of my work please visit my other website at

Mackintosh reproduction writing desk
Above: A reproduction of a writing desk created by Mackintosh for his own home.  The flip down door has copper panels with repoussé motifs.

Below: A motif from a cabinet, based on stylised plants motifs common in Mackintosh's furnture.
Mackintosh style motif
Oak kitchen units Left:  Oak kitchen units in Mackintosh style.  The glass doors have leaded panels with stylised plant motifs and the doors on the base units have pewter panels with designs worked in repoussé technique.

White painted standard lamp with hand embroidered shade.

Standard lamp
Long case clock Mackintosh style china cabinet Mackintosh reproduction cheval mirror
A long case clock with hand crafted copper face and hands, and electronic movement.  The body of the clock conceals cupboards at the front and in the sides.  An impressive white painted china cabinet with cupboards below. Reproduction of a cheval mirror created by Mackintosh as part of his own bedroom suite.
Return to home page