Winter Reading Nook 2
11 July, 2018 Ever thought about designing your own reading nook? This small, snug space is the perfect place to escape to with a good book and a cup of something warm and delicious – and creating one is easier than you think.
“You can never get a cup of tea large enough ...
How to make your home cosier this winter
29 June, 2018 Cold and rainy weather calls for a warm touch when it comes to your décor. Here are some easy ways to make your home cosy and inviting this winter.
Oden
26 June, 2018 Choosing an upholstery fabric for a chair or couch allows you to customise and transform the look of the piece. It’s an exciting part of the process and also an important one, as you’ll be living with the result for a long time. To make sure your fabric ticks all ...
Alta, Riga & Horton Dinette
19 June, 2018 Selecting chairs for your restaurant, coffee shop or bar is no easy task, especially when you consider how much time your customers will spend sitting on them. Here are a few key criteria to consider before you place your order.
Andre Gouws
11 June, 2018 Andre may only have joined us at the beginning of May, but he’s already become part of the furniture at Woodbender. He brings a wealth of experience to his position, having worked across several different industries and a diverse range of markets, and we’re excited to have him on board. ...
Boden
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Back's Installation
23 May, 2018 Charles Back, together with Raphael Back, opened the doors to Back’s restaurant and deli. In designing this restaurant, the team took into consideration the Back family’s French history as well as its Cape Town and Paarl roots. As with any French-inspired bistro, the iconic bistro chair was a key feature in the design and it was for this element that the interior team turned to Woodbender.
Grant Longmore
16 May, 2018 We’re delighted to welcome Grant Longmore to the Woodbender team as Research and Development Manager.  We caught up with him to find out more about his love of woodwork, what inspires him and what he’ll be focusing on in 2018.