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i.f.made is an artisan business on Yuin Country producing functional and timeless timber products that can be enjoyed every day.
The wood and other plant materials are sustainably harvested from the surrounding bush on the property and up-cycled from left-overs and donations. The resulting pieces are unique, low-footprint and have great character.


Why i.f.made?

In 2016 my partner and I moved from Sydney to a 100-acre bush block near the small, rural town of Braidwood in the Southern Tablelands to live surrounded by nature. We have since built an off-grid home and joinery workshop, extensive vegetable garden and orchard allowing us to live more self-sufficiently.

Moving to the country has enabled me to broaden my practical skills and embrace the wealth of natural materials around us. And after an illustrious career in science communication I caught the woodworking bug!

I established i.f.made in 2020 with the aim to craft functional timber homewares that can be enjoyed for a long time. I have since expanded my range which now also includes timber jewellery. Each product is developed from scratch and hand-made in small batches. This process is determined by the material that is available at the time. I use a lot of offcuts from my partners joinery and furniture business Beclau, material harvested from our property and donations. So each line of products is unique.


My mission

i.f.made products are about the everyday beautiful!

Timber is such an amazing material. It's versatile, sustainable, durable and it feels good. Determined not to create more waste I make functional items, that can be enjoyed and used every day, from off-cuts, donations and wind-fallen timber we harvest and mill from our own forest. Working with these materials may take more time and imagination, but the resulting products are all the more special. When I have some spare time I indulge in making one-off artworks inspired by nature. 

It's challenging but rewarding and I'm looking forward to continuing my journey with wood!

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