Custom DesignsWoodbofin offers a custom design service for clients who can’t find the right piece of furniture to meet their room or outdoor needs.

If you need a unique piece of furniture we will work with you to create the desired piece, whether built-in or freestanding.

Our design process starts with identifying the function and then focuses on form and style. We will conceptualise the design in sketch form, in preparation for refining and engineering a workshop-ready model.

Woodbofin also offers a first and second fix service on new builds and renovation projects. We also manage renovations and new builds.

See some of our projects below or contact us with any ideas you have in mind.

Below are some of our custom projects:

A Rated Extension Moycullen

Stick built timber frame extension sitting on a thermal raft (Supergrund System).

Fitted with triple glazed windows, insulated with Icynene open cell foam. Heat recovery and ventilation system and solar evacuated tubes.

Clad with fibre cement and acrylic render and western red cedar ship lap.First wall Foundation finishedfoundation pour  front + side fibre cement front Cedar Front fibre cement Front OSB Moucullen backOld and new Supergrund

Timber Frame House (A-rated) Inishbofin

This house is located in Rusheen Village, Inishbofin Island, Connemara Co. Galway.

It’s a timber frame ouse and was stick built on site. It was clad externally with a cement fibre board and then rendered with a pigmented  acrylic  coating. It  also features three solar panels (Evacuated Tube) for hot water and under floor heating,  a heat recovery system and rain water harvesting system.

This timber frame house has been insulated with the Icynene Spray Foam system. It has been slated with Villa Del Rey natural slate. 500mm x 250mm.

Fitted and freestanding interiors


Traditional cottage stairs, customised for your living space…

The Spiral Stairs are custom made. The steel struts are welded to a continuous pipe and the steps are fixed to each other, which eliminates movement and creaking. A continuous handrail of wood is formed in situ. The examples shown here are made from oak and recycled pitch pine. Each step has an inlayed teak strip on the leading edge.

The Spiral Stairs are available by consultation.