Living and working in the Northern Irish countryside, Noel McCullough designs and makes specially commissioned items. From a small box for something precious, to a table for entertaining family and friends, there’s something for everyone. As well as making one-off commissions, Noel also makes a range of smaller items which can be personalised.
After working as a design engineer in Belfast, Noel returned to his schoolboy love of making and studied for a BA(hons) in Furniture Design and Making.
Being brought up on the family farm has encouraged Noel to be interested in a sustainable way of living.
As a result, Noel increasingly uses locally grown timber, including trees from his own farm.
These trees are usually windblown or have become unsafe and have to be taken down.
He then mills these trees into boards which are air dried for at least a year and then further dried in a kiln adjacent to the workshop.
His work combines his love of traditional crafts found across the British Isles and his interest in new materials and techniques, resulting in products that are durable, functional and aesthetically pleasing.
100 Cloughwater Road
Monday to Saturday 9.00 to 17.00
National Trust, Giant’s Causeway