Join Us Sept 17 - 18 for the 2016 Uxbridge Studio Tour!

Posted Aug 22nd, 2016 in General

Join Us Sept 17 - 18 for the 2016 Uxbridge Studio Tour!

We hope to see everyone at the Uxbridge Studio Tour (September 17 & 18) – one of the most popular annual art events in north Durham Region



During the 2016 Tour, our artists dust themselves down, clean the paint/clay/grit/sawdust from their hands and put themselves, and some of our best creative friends, on display for art lovers.

For this year's Uxbridge Studio Tour Wilkins Design has an outstanding lineup of new and exciting salvaged wood furniture & art pieces available for immediate purchase. Of course, the beauty of the Studio Tour is that we will also be on hand to discuss any projects that you might have in mind. We'd love the chance to explore how we can make the piece you've dreamed of become a real feature in your home.

This year we will be joined by 2 fabulous artists. Abstract painter Carolyn Bather, and jewelry designer/creator Jeannine Rosenberg. It's going to be an amazing weekend. We look forward to seeing you!

Saturday, September 17 | 10am - 6pm

Sunday, September 18 | 10am - 5pm


READ MORE ABOUT THE UXBRIDGE STUDIO TOUR HERE

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This year the Wilkins Design team are planning to dig even deeper into the world of reclaimed, recycled and salvaged materials. We’ll be searching out even more unusual scrap materials and dragging home crazy roadside finds to reimagine and create into one-of-a-kind furniture and art pieces…but that’s not all!


Yes, you can shop online!

Of course, our items are one-of-a-kind, but if a piece isn't already spoken for, we'll post it to our online shop here.


Happy Customers Speak Up!

  • I can't help but smile every time someone compliments my coffee table. It's my 'feel good' piece of art-furniture. Reclaimed materials, a craftsman with integrity and a beautiful end product - exquisite.
    - Karen W.