At Reza Wood Designs, we take recycled whisky barrels from Scotland's great distilleries and transform them into one-of-a-kind gifts and furniture for Scotch Whisky Lovers all over the world.
Our beautiful handcrafted creations are perfect for any occasion. Each piece of wood is quite literally steeped in Scotland's rich whisky heritage: its texture, colour and even its smell is testimony to the part it has played in the whisky maturation process.
From tables, chairs, lamp stands and clocks, through to cufflinks, pens and tasting trays, our gifts and furniture ranges give new life to oak barrels, so whisky lovers everywhere can experience Scotland's rich whisky heritage.
Handcrafted personalised gifts to delight your loved ones.
At Reza Wood Designs we offer:
Free tracked shipping on all deliveries within the UK
Free personal message included with all gift orders, we can ship direct to recipient too
Personal service tailored to your requirements
Thoughtful gifts handmade to last
Unique and innovative, each product is a unique part of Scotland's whisky story, handcrafted to last a lifetime.
A Scottish tradition with international horizons
Our handcrafted products are appreciated by whisky lovers all over the world, we ship internationally, from the USA to Asia Pacific.
Eco-friendly chic for you and your home
Not only are our whisky cask products a pleasure to see, touch and smell, they are eco-friendly too, all made from recycled whisky barrels.
Lord Duncan of Springbank modelling our latest product, a whisky barrel bowtie on a recent ministerial visit to our woodworking studio.
Jo Swinson our MP and Leader of the Liberal Democrats visited our woodworking studio recently to hear more about our exporting plans.
Our latest project, The East Dunbartonshire Business Awards. We can create bespoke recycled wooden awards for every occasion.
We make a guest appearance on the Voices in Japan podcast, where Jenifer talks about her experiences in Japan and our plans for the business, building on the whisky connections with our hometown Kirkintilloch.