Worker of wood
My name is Jarrad Belton. I am a passionate furniture maker working from a small workshop in rural West Sussex.
I pride myself on using solid, sustainable timber. No plywood or veneers. Each piece I hand craft with a conscious focus on hand tool usage and locally sourced timber from sustainable forests.
A few favourite pieces
From statement piece sculptures to large dining tables, having a passion for what I do, I pour my heart and soul into each individual piece I bring to life. Featured here are a few of my favourite things I've made.
Organised Chaos Clock
Sporadic lattice of walnut creating an interesting piece of functional wall art. Each angled cut is made by hand.
Rippled Ash End Table
This piece emulates the architecture of sea defense as well as the sea itself. The two rippled ash boards that hold wave patterns in their grain rest gently on a solid structure of stained oak.
This bespoke bee home can hold a small nest of honeybees or other solitary bees such as mason bees or mining bees etc. Finished with natural vegetable oil in order to not disrupt the insects, this box allows an important place for our bees to shelter.