The full range of Charles Rennie Mackintosh dining furniture can be made in different colours of wood stain. We can also offer a wide choice of fabrics and upholstery.

Each Mackintosh piece is hand crafted and made to the individual needs of our customers. Our craftsman has access to most of original Charles Rennie Mackintosh drawings and original furniture and is able to produce any piece to a very high standard.

Our craftsman is recognised by the Mackintosh Society and all pieces are handmade to original specifications in a small workshop in Glasgow. We have been commissioned to produce pieces for the National Trust and other museums and exhibitions.

As each piece is handmade to order by our craftsman, he is able to produce a small amount for the discerning collectors throughout the World.



  Charles Rennie Mackintosh - HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER DINING SUITE

This hand-crafted dining room table and eight chairs is the first produced from Mackintosh’s own specifications for Mackintosh Creations. More details


Charles Rennie Mackintosh - MAIN STREET DINING SUITE

Originally made after Mackintosh’s design for his own flat at 120 Mains Street (now Blythswood Street) in Glasgow, which he bought and furnished in anticipation of his marriage to Margaret McDonald. More details
 


  Charles Rennie Mackintosh - DIRECTORS TABLE

This photograph is taken in the music room at the House for an Art Lover in Glasgow with Argyle Chairs upholstered in Mackintosh Hunting Tartan.
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh - HILL HOUSE LADDER BACK CHAIR

Designed for Mr & Mrs Blackie's Hill House in Helensburgh in 1903, this sculptural chair's spidery black appearance acts as a stark contrast to the pretty white Art feminine décor of the main bedroom.
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  Charles Rennie Mackintosh - HILL HOUSE EASY CHAIR

This hand crafted oak chair was designed for Mr & Mrs Blackie for their Hill House in Helensburgh in 1905 and recreated by Sculptart using accurate templates and drawings taken from the original pieces. More Details



Charles Rennie Mackintosh - HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER CARVER CHAIR

This Mackintosh Chair is a very rare example of Mackintosh Furniture. Hand crafted in the finest oak and using sea grass for the seat pads very few have been produced.
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  Charles Rennie Mackintosh - INGRAM CHAIR

This chair was made after Mackintosh’s design for a dining chair in the White Dining Room of the Ingram Tea Rooms in Glasgow circa 1910.
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh - ARGYLE CHAIR

The Argyle Chair is made after Mackintosh’s design for a dining chair in the Luncheon Room of the Argyle Street Tea Rooms in Glasgow circa 1897.
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  Charles Rennie Mackintosh - LOW FRETWORK BACK CHAIR

Charles Rennie Mackintosh design from the bedroom at the Hous'Hill (1904).
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh - INGRAM LOW BACK CHAIR

Used at one end of the Luncheon Room Mackintosh developed the design for a chair at Ingram Street retaining the hand-hole in the top rail. More details

 


  Charles Rennie Mackintosh - DIRECTORS CHAIR

Armchair with low back for the Directors Room.

The motif of a group of nine squares, arranged in rows of three was used in the bedroom at The Hill House in 1903. More Details



Charles Rennie Mackintosh - HILLHOUSE HALL TABLE

This was specially restyled and created for a customer to meet their individual requirements. More Details

 


  Charles Rennie Mackintosh - HILLHOUSE HALL CHAIR

The Hill House dates from 1904 and the chair, one of four originally made for the hall, is hand-crafted in the finest oak.
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh - ARGYLE CHAIR
The Argyle Chair is made after Mackintosh’s design for a dining chair in the Luncheon Room of the Argyle Street Tea Rooms in Glasgow circa 1897.
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh - ARGYLE CARVER WITH PEWTER INSERT
In 1899 at the Art & Crafts exhibition in London Mackintosh showed an armchair with laquered panel. This armchair has instead of the cut-out motif in the oval backrail, a circular plaque, executed by Margaret Mackintosh, inserted.

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Charles Rennie Mackintosh - Adapted Ingram Chair

Adapted from the Ingam Highback this is not a true Mackintosh design. Arms have been introduced and the seat pad and back panels have been made wider to create a carver. More Details



 



  MONKS CHAIR

Designed in Ireland in the 1600’s with Celtic origins the original Monks Chair was made for a monastery in Ireland. More details


Charles Rennie Mackintosh - SIDEBOARD

Mackintosh Creations have designed this in Mackintosh style to blend with the Main Street Dining Suite. Photograph is in medium solid oak and it available also in light or dark oak. More Details
 


  Charles Rennie Mackintosh - FIRE SURROUND

Made to complete the dining room set this fireplace is hand crafted in Glasgow, the birthplace of Mackintosh. The basic dimensions are 1420mm wide by 1220mm in height, although it can be made to order.
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All Mackintosh furniture is finished by Mackintosh Creations with a brass plate
which is discretely placed to prove authenticity.