Timber Products Information

 

Acapulco Range

 

The material use for the Acapulco range  is a of mix recycled wood, mostly consisting of Bangkirai wood, sonokeling, mango, mahogany and pine.

Due to the nature of the timber and the fact that it is recycled many of the items will come with imperfections.

 

It is this type of timber that gives this furniture a unique and individual style.

 

The recycled timber may crack, twist, warp or split. All our display models will show this from time to time. This is a natural occurrence of this type of timber and is no way a fault.  Due to the nature of this timber you will also see the paint splitting and cracking and peeling.

 

The doors and colours on the timber will vary from piece to piece. You cannot request a certain colour as all pieces come in their own unique colour and style.

  

This is part of the rustic charm of this furniture. Please do not purchase this range of items if you expect the furniture to be perfect in construction or appearance.

    

 

Bordeaux Range

 

The timber used in the Bordeaux range is reclaimed elm.  This timber was grown at North of China. When the timber is reclaimed it is then bleached, repaired ,polished and waxed to give the finish that you see. All the timber used is  aged over 100years.

The timber used will have faults, cracks and splits. Timber will then be used to fill these imperfections. This is a natural occurrence of this kind of product.

It is by no way a fault and is sourced with this appearance in mind.

             

Himalayan and Burma Ranges

The material use for the Himalayan & Burma range  is a of mix recycled wood, mostly consisting of Mango wood and Acacia. Due to the nature of the timber and the fact that it is recycled many of the items will come with imperfections. It is this type of timber that gives this furniture a unique and individual style.

The recycled timber may crack, twist, warp or split. All our display models will show this from time to time. This is a natural occurrence of this type of timber and is no way a fault.  Due to the nature of this timber you will also see the paint splitting and cracking and peeling. The doors and colours on the timber will vary from piece to piece. Y

ou cannot request a certain colour as all pieces come in their own unique colour and style.  This is part of the rustic charm of this furniture.

Please do not purchase this range of items if you expect the furniture to be perfect in construction or appearance.

 

       Joel Range       

The Joel Range is made from recycled teak and other hardwoods mainly being from old Indonesian fishing boats. It is this type of timber that gives this furniture a unique and individual style.

The recycled timber may crack, twist, warp or split. All our display models will show this from time to time. This is a natural occurrence of this type of timber and is no way a fault.  Due to the nature of this timber you will also see the paint splitting and cracking and peeling.

The colours on the timber will vary from piece to piece. You cannot request a certain colour as all pieces come in their own unique colour and style.

This is part of the rustic charm of this furniture.

 

 Piper Range 

The material use for the Piper range  is a of mix recycled wood, mostly consisting of teak or Merbau. The other common name for Merbau in Australia is ironwood. The age of the recycled timbers can vary but some pieces will be well over 100 years.

The recycled timber is mixed with new timbers to complete the furniture. The new timber used is generally mahogany. The chairs consist of the above timber plus rattan kubu grey and rattan skin.  

Due to the nature of the timber and the fact that it is recycled many of the items will come with imperfections. It is this type of timber that gives this furniture a unique and individual style. The recycled timber may crack, twist, warp or split. All our display models will show this from time to time. This is a natural occurrence of this type of timber and is no way a fault.

This is part of the rustic charm of this furniture. Please do not purchase this range of items if you expect the furniture to be perfect in construction or appearance.

 

Notting Hill and Homestead Range

 

The Notting Hill Range and Homestead range is made from recycled timber, much of this timber comes from  recycled pine shipping pallets, sourced from all over the world. This gives the furniture a genuine ‘old world’ feel and a tick for being environmentally sound. Because each product is hand-crafted, no two pieces are exactly the same and therefore sizes may slightly vary. The recycled furniture is made using the tongue and groove process with free-floating panels and dove-tail joints. Each piece of recycled furniture has its own characteristics and will behave differently. The free-floating panel design allows for the natural expansion and contraction which occurs in recycled timber products. As the timber expands and contracts the gaps between the panels will open and close. Our stores can provide special waxes which can be used to fill the gaps. Nail holes, timber knots, colour variations and timber block patches are common features of recycled products and are not considered a fault.

 

 

 

Bronte Range

Mango wood is wonderful looking and long lasting hardwood timber.  When a mango tree reaches 20 to 30 years of age the rate at which they produce fruit declines significantly. Most Mango trees that are grown in plantations are then cut down and replaced with saplings which in turn provides for a greater quantity of fruit.

The best quality mango tree timber is then used to create the furniture. The timber has a rich texture, is durable, and provides a fantastic product for the home market.

Mango wood provides a sustainable and environmentally  friendly source of timber for everyone.