We produce handcrafted designer furniture, made onsite from beautiful West Australian hardwoods such as jarrah, marri and blackbutt. We have been making furniture for over 30 years, employing traditional methods with modern designs.

Visit our beautiful gallery only 20 minutes south of Margaret River and see our amazing display of single slab jarrah and marri tables, exquisite sideboards, desks, tables & coffee tables.

Our online catalogue represents our vast collectioncontact us to commission your own piece of exclusive Boranup Gallery Fine Furniture.

Boranup Gallery is also home to a huge collection of artwork s by artists working in a range of mediums – paintings, glass, wood and metal sculpture, jewellery & ceramics.

Please contact the gallery to discuss artist commissions should your desired artwork be listed as sold.

Visit us in the heart of Boranup Forest, Margaret River, Western Australia.   

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Boranup Gallery was built by James & Anne Howieson from rammed earth and local timbers;  quintessential Margaret River style architecture.  The Howieson Family continue to run this iconic gallery.  

Cafe Boranup is currently closed .  

Boranup Gallery is located in the heart of Boranup Forest, 20 minutes south of Margaret River township, and just around the corner from one of the most famous views in the southwest. Enjoy a scenic drive along historic Caves Road into the majestic karri forests of Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park.

Travel south from Margaret River on Caves Rd. When coming via Bussell Highway, use Forest Grove Rd – we do NOT recommend using Sebbes Rd.

 

Featured Products

Medium – Oil on Canvas

Size – 1800 x 750

Price – $7,700

Emu Family – Large, medium and 2 Chicks $490

Large – $295

Medium – $140

Chicks – $40

Medium – Corten Steel

Blackbutt with Blackbutt Burlwood and Jarrah detail

Size: 65 cm high x 50 cm wide x 40 cm deep.

Price : $1995

 

Extremely robust construction using Marine Chair swivels, leather and 6mm steel back to seat fixings then covered by timber work.

Price $1350.00

Timber: Jarrah with feature Jarrah Burlwood panels to doors and inlay embelishments alongside doors.

Size : 1600 x 500 x 900mm high

Price : POA

The design brief was a smaller version of our Quantum Entry piece and to include the clients family Motif to the drawer front.

Timber : Jarrah with feature  blackbutt burl motif and Stainless Steel Trim .

Size : 700 wide x 820 x 300mm deep.

Price: $3300.

The client design brief was to simulate a Marri Burl with natural edges all the way round so these edges were synthesized the perimeter of a dual slab top crafted and shaped from two large single slabs.

The Top was set on a magnificent Malleee root base and the table is accompanied with Marri 4 slat Baird chairs.

Size :  2400 x 1600mm

Price: POA

This unique suite was crafted from Demolition Jarrah salvaged from a decommissioned Jetty.

2 Tables each 2200 x 1000.

GALLERY NEWS

In what has been a strange and often difficult year it is heartwarming to find artists pressing ahead with creative projects and bringing new work into the public sphere – a challenging process at the best of times. So a very warm welcome to our new artists  Danielle West and Tracy Robinson, both of whom are painters inspired by flowers and botanicals, working in a range of mediums and scale. We also welcome Blessed Are

This year Boranup Gallery celebrates its 30th Birthday. From small beginnings as a fledgling fine furniture business in the far flung wilds of Boranup Forest, the years have seen the gallery develop and grow to become an iconic Margaret River attraction, and the home of fine arts and bespoke furniture. Owners James & Ann Howieson are still at the helm of this well of creative abundance, with new furniture designs from the workshop, and the

As we navigate our way through this incredibly challenging  year, we are pleased to be able to welcome back our valued clients and new visitors. The decision to run the Margaret River Region Open Studios is more good news for artlover and artists. We can’t wait to have Chris Spiker here as our artist in residence, having support his work for many years. Come and meet the man behind the birds  – you can find

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