Meet the Designer: Ted Jefferis
Part four of a five part editorial series in which we look at talented craftspeople who’s work celebrates the beauty of British wood. Combining traditional techniques and modern applications, they demonstrate a deep appreciation of the innate qualities of the material and a concern that it speaks for itself. The effect is, naturally, striking.
Woodworking is firmly engrained in Ted Jefferis’ family. The son of a traditional boat builder, he launched his debut furniture collection in 2014 and has since won widespread recognition and awards for his distinctive designs.
Ted has a passion for natural timber and is fastidious in his selection of British hard woods. Based in his family’s workshop, in the heart of oak woodland, he hand crafts elegant, sustainable pieces with ‘heirloom quality’. Every item of furniture is made to order and is available in custom sizes and colours.
At Clerkenwell Design Week in May, Ted unveiled new additions to the TedWood range, including a beautiful LiveEdge table, smart BeltUp bench and second leather lighting collection. TedWood furniture is hand made to order. The workshop in Sussex can be visited by appointment to discuss commissions.
Inspired by this feature? Take a look at our Pinterest Board for more hand crafted designs
This feature has been taken from Warehouse Home Issue Four, which is out now! The latest issue of the internationally renowned Warehouse Home magazine is live online and can be enjoyed in full and entirely free. Read Warehouse Home Issue Four by clicking here or view in the reader below.
Finally, keep up to date with our latest blog posts by following MWH with Bloglovin