Salvaged from local demolision sites around Phillip Island, this timber has historically been sent to landfill. By sourcing this timber locally we are not only reducing our carbon footprint but allowing the timber to live on and preserving natures history.
All material is used, the offcuts from tables and chairs are then made into chopping boards and picture frames, the saw dust that is left goes to locals for the garden and compost heaps – nothing is wasted, and is returned to the earth as organic matter.
Understanding that Australian Timber is a finite resource and that it needs to be used in a way that is responsible will hopefully educate and encourage people to do the same.
We willl never experience this type of timber again in our lifetime, nor our children’s. To have a piece of natures history within ones home will remind one to embrace the culture of sustainability.