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McPhail Brothers Workshop

Genre: Lifestyle

The McPhail Brothers Work Shop showcases the creation of unique, hand-crafted furniture pieces. Each episode is rich with creative challenges, how-to hints and a healthy dose good, old-fashioned family bickering. In the end, the work speaks for itself and the brothers build one-of-a-kind items while having fun along the way.

Episodes

Episode 1

After years of dreaming about it, Joel is finally ready to create a one-of-a-kind desk from an old, salvaged Dodge truck.

 

Episode 2

The original plan of building a regular coffee table goes out the window as Josh comes up with an inspiration for a water fall treatment.

Episode 3

What happens when you add a blow torch, wire brushes and a bunch of different stains to some nice, new lumber? A one of a kind sofa table.

Episode 4

Who doesn’t love Manitoba Maple? Watch the brothers creates cookie-style end tables from Joel’s favourite local wood.

Episode 5

Big timbers and barn wood collide to make a one of a kind king size bed, unlike anything you’ll find in a store.

Episode 6

Inspired by a love of wine and salvaging materials from the side of the road, Joel and Josh create a wine rack sure to impress.

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