Visit Scotland Award!

Wood & Wool are delighted to announce that after our grading assesment by Visit Scotland we have been accredited as a 4 star tourist shop. This is a new venture for us and hope we can continue to improve on all aspects in our craft.

It’s all about inspiration!

Wood & Wool have been out exploring and getting inspiration. We have been sourcing new materials and even found some larger sheep than the ones at the studio!

Trend Magazine: Wood & Wool

We were very honoured to have been included within the very popular Aberdeen Trend magazine July / August 2018 edition. It was great telling our story and getting some great photos of us and the studio to show case what we are all about. You can find the full article on the link below: TREND magazine Enjoy!

And we have a winner!

Thank you to everyone who entered and a big congratulations to Shirley Marshall who has won the £100 voucher to spend at the studio!

Aberdeen Interiors Exhibition!

Wood & Wool are excited to announce we will be exhibiting some of our collection at this years Aberdeen Interiors Show 2018. The event will be hosted at the Hilton Treetops hotel on springfield road between the 16th-17th June. Come along to see what we have on show plus all the amazing other exhibitors! Visit for tickets & more details.

Wood & Wool Competition Time!

One lucky winner will win a £100 voucher to spend at the Mill Studio. Visit Our Facebook Page to enter Entries Close Saturday 30th June 2018, where the winner will be announced on our Facebook page. Good Luck!

Thank You!

Thank you to everyone who came out for Wood & Wool’s opening weekend, was great to see everyone and get some positive feedback! Keep an eye out on our gallery page for new additions to the Studio as well as our Facebook page for a competition we will be running!

Wood Playing with Fire!

A new look combining wood with fire. Just an idea, but I could not resist the idea of combining burned Douglas Fir wood for a table top with solid oak table legs, which in theory would provide excellent contrast! As you can see from the photo I put that theory to the test, burning the Douglas Fir wood has significantly highlighted the grain to show it’s real texture with a great range of shades (that’s if you like shades of burned wood!?) So what now… Leave it as a daft idea or burn the actual table top which has taken 2 days to make. Oh well, pass...

Our First Blog!

Well, to most it would appear that little has been happening at the Mill Studio since we launched this website but we are hoping you are in for a pleasant surprise. When we opened the door to the studio last October we realised its potential immediately, but not the hard work that was required to get it ready. Finally we are almost there and not only do we have a unique space to both work in and display our products, but we hope we have put back new life into a wonderful building which sits in the Leys estate at Banchory. Please keep watching this page for...


Locally sourced wood, crafted to make unique pieces of furniture. Whatever species the difference in character in each tree is the real start of the journey and it's always exciting when you finally cut it open to reveal the hidden beauty which you will be the first to see. Regardless of how long the tree has been down it takes either years to air dry which never gets it dry enough to use indoors or weeks in our kiln. After that we can start to imagine the many possibilities to make something unique, be it a table, bench, lamp or maybe a mirror, the options are endless.

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