{Christmas Prizeapolooza 2018} Tinbum & Buckethead

This is genuinely one of my favourite local businesses and I am thrilled to have them on board this year. Tinbum and buckethead (soon to be known as T & B Bespoke Furniture) create incredibly unique and practical furniture. 

Owned and operated by Nick (Timber – Builder) and AJ Cook (Metal – Boilermaker) and located in Bathurst Tinbum and buckethead can create a masterpiece for your home. 

Tinbum and buckethead  strives to create unique and attractive furniture and home wares that are made from mostly recycled or reclaimed materials.  

They create a wide range of items including dining tables, vanity tops, kitchen benches, coffee tables, front doors, barn doors, starts, balustrades, bedroom furniture and desks. Having said that they will create just about anything you want! 

Tinbum and buckethead  has  a new range of timber vanity bench tops that are not only made to standard sizes but can be made to order. 

 Tinbum and buckethead pride themselves on creating custom furniture that is respectful to natural finishes and fit perfectly in a practical home. They source much of their material from old buildings, bridges and factories. They have a magic way of marrying together both timber and metal to create pieces that will endure the test of time. 

If you need another piece to love in your home (or office) contact  Tinbum and buckethead today: 

| Phone: 0421 973 912 |

| Email: ajcook@njcbuilding.com.au |

| Website: www.tandbbespoke.com.au |

Facebook: @tinbum&buckethead |


Tinbum and bucketheadare offering one of my favourite prizes this year, a large crafted chopping block/cheese board and a 4 cup coffee holder made from reclaimed timer!

To be in the running all you have to do is be a ‘liker’ of Tinbum and buckethead on facebook as well as The Central Nest’s facebook page and like the ORIGINAL competition post on our facebook page.

Remember to ‘tag’ a friend and ‘share’ the post for an additional entry.

Winner will be drawn 5pm (AEST) Thursday 20 December 2018.

To see the full terms and conditions go here -> Christmas Prizeapolooza 2018 Rules

{The Nest Design Files} Willow & Wood we would kiss you if we could

Stop what you are doing this instant.

I am about to introduce you to something very special. Not only is this my new latest little crush, but I also just happen to have one piece hanging spectacularly in my own home.

willow & wood

Willow & Wood is a family owned business that was created by the talented design savvy Rebecca Tyndall with the help of her timber craftsman father. She found herself frustrated when unable to locate well-designed, functional wall-hung furniture for her home and realised there was a real gap in the market for some quality pieces.


Willow & Wood create masterpieces that are built by hand, with love and made to last.

Their philosophy is pretty simple they ‘make only QUALITY, HANDCRAFTED and BEAUTIFUL products that we LOVE and that our FRIENDS, FAMILY and hopefully our customers will LOVE too’.


Plus, they are proudly Australian made.

SNAP. Just simply perfect.


You can contact Rebecca and her team at: http://willowandwood.com.au or find them on Facebook – Willow & Wood

We have the gorgeous white maxi organiser hanging in our kitchen and could not be happier with it. We have had so many people comment on their love for it and how practical it is.

We really are glad that we found Willow & Wood and think you will be too..

{Design} Can I see your drawers?

I have found what I have been searching for – Admittedly I wasn’t even sure that I was searching, yet I feel like I have finally found some hidden treasure that should have always been mine.

Let me introduce you to the ‘Recycled Timber Luck of the Drawer’ from Jumbled in Orange.


The drawer is made from recycled timber and has six drawers. It has been hand painted with pastel coloured triangles and a wax finish.

This is so popular you need to order now for delivery in February next year!

You may wish to save your pennies though, it retails for $1,995.00 plus shipping.. Ah dreams…