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The Design Files – Barwon Heads Home

Dining table and interior joinery by Auld Design

Australian House & Garden Magazine

The elegant Delirium sideboard features a Paperock (recycled paper and resin composite) frame encasing a feature front in reclaimed timber.

Style Curator

We’re noticing a real shift in people’s approach to thinking about and buying furniture — moving away from mass-produced, disposable furniture towards reclaimed or ethically-sourced, handcrafted furniture. And Jack Auld, founder and craftsman behind Auld Design, is passionate about creating furniture that fits perfectly in your space and will last a lifetime.

Winkelen Magazine 

Located in the picturesque town of Barwon Heads, Jack Auld uses custom timer to create incredible statement pieces.

The Saturday Age

Jack Auld was heading towards a career in graphic design but veered away in late high school and signed up for a four-year joinery apprenticeship. He found “pretty standard cabinet making” frustrating at the time but in retrospect concedes it provided the groundwork he needed…

Australian Wood Review

Auld Design specialises in made-to-order Australian hardwood furniture. “I feature the local south-east Australian’s when I can; silvertop, blackbutt, stringbark, mostly obtained from local sawmillers”

Real Living Magazine

Reclaimed Messmate dining table featured in Real Living photo shoot.

Temple & Webster

Jack Auld is a man with a mantra. “I want things to be built to last, things with intrinsic value that might even be handed down a generation”, he says. He began his career as a qualified joiner, inspired by his grandfather’s love for woodwork, and gradually moved into the design field…

GT Home Magazine

FURNITURE maker Jack Auld always wanted to work with his hands. His father, a carpenter, was always renovating or building so from a young age he developed an appreciation for all things timber.

At Home Magazine

It was a side table in the hallway of his family home that inspired Jack Auld’s passion for making furniture. Made by his grandfather, the small table had a curved edge detail on top and a single draw with perfect dovetail joints.

The Block

Danish inspired sideboard featured in Channel 9’s The Block

The Design Files

Downstairs cabinetry by Auld Design