Oakmasters, Brighton, UK

Pinterest Channel Management

As a design-focused business Oakmasters goal on Pinterest is to help people discover creative ideas for their home.  By using visual imagery to drive inspiration Pinterest has fast become Oakmasters best performing channel and is the perfect way for them to engage with new audiences.  We’ve been working with the Oakmaster’s team for over 4 years now, we’ve grown their channel by over 75%, seen a 40% increase in referral traffic to their website and increased dwell time by 60% –  ultimately increasing sales and brand awareness.

Oakmasters Pinterest Page

  • “Oakmasters marketing strategy is mostly built around visual content. As a high end construction brand we need to convey the message of quality and design to get our customers emotionally involved. Christa has managed our Pinterest page for quite some time now and her work drives the highest number of visitors to our website from all our social media activities.”

    EDWARD J A HAMILTON, MENG - www.oakmasters.co.uk

Stardust Social Media Agency


Oakmasters is a family business specialising in the design, engineering and manufacture of very high quality, beautifully finished oak framed buildings of all shapes and sizes including oak framed houses and extensions. Our oak frame components are available in supply-only form, to be installed by independent building contractors and we also offer specialist installation services for many of our larger and more complex projects.

Our family has been creating beautiful oak buildings across the UK and internationally for over 30 years and our long list of satisfied clients include many celebrities and blue chip clients.

We are proud to be working with such a well known company which even became involved in making a number of replica full size gun carriages for the Mary Rose trust, after Henry VIII’s flagship was raised. The replicas still exist. Some were sold and some are situated in museums including the National Maritime Museum in Washington DC and the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth. The company presented a miniature replica gun to the Prince of Wales, who was patron.