The Scotch Whisky Experience Christmas Tree Niall Wilson of Sandwood Designs
200 whisky barrel staves were used in the construction of the tree, created by Niall Wilson of Sandwood Designs. A wood craftsman based near Glasgow, Niall creates stunning whisky barrel furniture, with chairs, tables and an array of other gifts created from repurposed barrel staves. However, our 8ft Christmas tree was one of his biggest challenges yet!
The Scotch Whisky Experience Christmas Tree by Niall Wilson of Sandwood Designs
Source: The making of our ‘Whiskmas’ tree – & other whisky barrel gifts! – The Scotch Whisky Experience Blog
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