TAKE a step into Danial Beinke's office and it doesn't exactly look regal.
A small shed is stacked with foam cushions and bits of pieces that look, quite simply, like junk.
But the tight space in the back of a Goodna backyard is the only spot in Queensland where one man creates chesterfield furniture from scratch.
And the timeless pieces produced in that workshop are far from junk.
Made with original antique rub off leathers, chesterfield furniture usually adorns such places such as the Buckingham Palace.
While certainly fit for any Queen, Mr Beinke's furniture hasn't made it quite that far but it is regularly shipped across Australia and has won this one-man operation several awards.
Last week, one of his chairs won an award for best leather furniture in Queensland - for the second time.
Now Mr Beinke is preparing to stretch his limits.
"In December I'm going to try and break the record for the longest piece of chesterfield furniture," he said.
"It will be a 15-seater and measure 8.5m in length," he said.
With a work space at least half that length, you could call the attempt a long shot.
"It definitely won't fit in my workshop," Mr Beinke laughed.
"It will take me months to make it and then it will go to a hotel in Melbourne."
Having made furniture since he was a teenager, Mr Beinke said he didn't do it for the glory.
"I was a trouble-making teen when my uncle introduced me to furniture to help me get back on the straight and narrow," he said.
"I guess I haven't looked back from there and I still enjoy it to this day."
While his business doesn't allow him to live like a King, Mr Beinke said there was plenty of demand for his furniture.
"I'm lucky to meet 5% of my customers," he said.
"It can be tough because I'm a one-man business - I make the pieces from start to finish plus I do all my bookkeeping and paperwork."
It takes Mr Beinke about three to four days to make a sofa, working 12-16 hours each day.
One piece can sell for $6000. His business is also 100% eco-friendly.