Recycled Blackbutt Joinery

French Oak Australia supplied Recycled Blackbutt cabinetry panels for this beautiful kitchen project in Sydney, NSW. The Blackbutt was cut and laminated, black filled and sanded. [Read more…]

Manly, Sydney

Sydney Kitchen JoinerySalvage Group supplied Recycled Blackbutt cabinetry panels for this beautiful kitchen project in Sydney, NSW. The Blackbutt was cut and laminated, black filled and sanded. [Read more…]

Australian Hardwood Posts & Beams

At Salvage, we can source all manner of Recycled, Reclaimed and New Australian Northern Coastal Hardwoods, and work them into a beautiful and durable internal or external feature for your project, large or small.

These Recycled Blackbutt beams have been salvaged and extracted from their original location, and then sanded, gouged and oiled to bring new life to old wood.

Specialising in Red Ironbark, Spotted Gum, Tallowwood, Blackbutt, Grey Box, Brush Box, and the occasional one-off parcel in other species, Salvage can re-mill and re-work the wood to create anything your project requires. Email us at sales@salvage.com.au, to find out what we can do for you, as we re-create amazing timbers from the Industrial Forest.

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Professional Office Cairns

Salvage Group supplied a professional services office in Cairns with this recently sourced pack of Recycled Blackbutt, which was salvaged from a former car servicing garage in Toowoomba, Queensland, the first car servicing garage built in that city. Based on the age of the original building, these beams have been seasoning in situ at the garage for over 85 years.

The original beams were 300mm x 300mm in size. The Client requested they be brought back to 200mm x 200mm, and simply dressed with a very small bevelled edge. Underneath the main beams is a clever shadow line, created by a recessed plank made from the leftover materials after reduction in size at the Mill. This offers a cool, dark line of delineation between the floor covering and the first horizontal line of beams.
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