Greeting from Free Range Designs


Seasons greetings from a cool and crisp, sunny mid-Wales.

We’ve had a busy year that’s included moving workshops from the top of a mountain to the luscious valley below and recruiting some fantastic new makers to the Free Range fold. Poised and ready for a bright new year, we wanted to share some of our favourite pieces of 2014. 

Thank you very much for your business, with best wishes from Paul & Suzanne and the team at Free Range Designs.

Our most loved storytelling chair from 2014! We’ve been making storytelling chairs for over a decade and the designs continue to evolve with the years.
hobbit bed in field
Dramatic skies over the oak four poster bed set the scene for many magical nights of slumber to come.
rustic bed frame
A unique, personalised driftwood wave bed, turning dreams into reality.
magical princess bed
The constellations bed: bold, beautiful and breathtaking, just like the landscape our furniture is made in.
hobbit table and chairs
An eye-catching twelve seater dining room set that we’re sure will be host to some fabulous dinner parties!
hobbit bench
The love seat. Sit back and contemplate the meaning of life, love and everything. Or just have a cuddle.
driftwood bed
Each bed we make is unique. Our beds are built with driftwood collected along the stunning west Wales coastline and locally sourced, sustainable timber.
driftwood mirror
Whether you live in central London or on a remote Scottish island, bring the feel of the beach and the sea into a little corner of your home with some driftwood furniture.
hobbit chair
The angel at the table. Inspired by a metal angel chair that was part of one customer’s own story, and remade in wood.
gandalf chair
Our first Viking style carved storytelling chairs, built for the Forestry Commission.
compost toilet
The latest complement to our compost toilet range, a designer flat pack compost toilet, designed in collaboration with fellow South African designer, Ryan Frank.

 From the whole of the Free Range team, Thanks for a great 2014.

Paul Bullen