Erratics was established by Mike Tuer over 10 years ago.
Since turning 50 Mike has rediscovered an interest in working with wood and its natural structural design.
Looking for inspiration during the conversion of a barn at the centre of our farm Mike visited Mount Grace Priory in Yorkshire. There, an original monk’s cell was being recreated using ‘green’ oak in the structural build and the beautiful but simple furniture. Green Oak is unseasoned oak, cut and worked with little ‘drying out’
Erratics began to use green oak very successfully in the design of Crake Trees farmhouse & many projects that followed. That naturally led to Mike using off - cuts and interesting pieces from the massive oak beams for small pieces of furniture, low benches, coffee and side tables.These fitted in well with the contemporary building design and existing family antiques.