Radiator Shelves


Taking the face of a 1950’s radiator we’ve highlighted its fittings and antique appeal by pairing it with shelves made of hemlock salvaged from the Old Toronto Harbour. This piece is a functional representation of a period in Toronto’s rich history of design and infrastructure. The steel is protected with linseed oil, to maintain the finish you may wish to re-apply oil every 6-12 months. Using a natural wood oil when the lumber appears tired will preserve the hemlock in its best condition. Unit can be set with 3, or 4 shelves to your preference.

  • Custom reproductions can be made.  Contact us for further information.

#145 Re-Born 1/18/16

Dimensions: 14 x 50 x 36 in

Product Information

Weight 150 lbs
Dimensions 14 x 50 x 36 in

About this Collection

Featuring Adam Fullerton’s work:

Fuelled by a belief that we live in a disposable society and a detest for soulless, mass-produced items, Adams work represents a different era. An era where hard graft, talent and traditional machinery came together to craft items that last. When men made things with their hands, rather than spending their Saturdays in Ikea. This is for those who savor the value of owning unique items that tell a story and spark conversation.

With over eight years’ experience in classic car restoration, engineering and woodwork in the UK and New Zealand, Adam Fullerton transforms new and scrap materials into bespoke objects of interest and functionality like no other.


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